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04/19/2018
Staff
Public Safety
The Public Safety Officer patrols all college properties to protect students, faculty, staff, visitors, and facilities of the Ringling College campus. Observes and reports violations of campus policies, rule infractions and safety hazards. Responds to all situations on campus and requests the assistance of police, fire and emergency medical personnel when needed. Public Safety Officers are re… View Details Bookmark
04/18/2018
Faculty
Fine Arts
FINE 208 – Printmaking. Introduction to printmaking processes. Explore history, basic processes, and materials of printmaking. Instruction in monoprint, relief, and intaglio image creation. Exploration of processes as means to develop individual approach. View Details Bookmark
04/18/2018
Faculty
Fine Arts
FINE 345 – Sculpture: Installation. Considers contemporary installation art. Develop individual artistic vision and creative process using mixed-media, collaborative, and cross-disciplinary approaches. Introduces contemporary issues, processes, materials, and artists. View Details Bookmark
11/13/2017
Faculty
Computer Animation
Beginning August 2018 Computer Animation Department 3D Animation Faculty Full-Time Faculty Appointment with Benefits The Computer Animation Department is a nationally-respected program, which administers two separate majors – the Computer Animation major, and the Game Art major. A highly-collaborative teaching environment merges the aesthetic of feature film with today’s most current … View Details Bookmark
Beginning August 2018 Game Art and Virtual Reality Development Department Game Art Faculty Level Designer/Game Designer Full-Time Faculty Appointment with Benefits The Game Art Department is a nationally respected program, which houses two separate majors: Game Art and Virtual Reality Development (GA/VRD). A highly collaborative teaching environment merges the aesthetic of feature fi… View Details Bookmark
04/11/2018
Faculty
Film
FILM 431 – Digital Film Thesis I. Digital Film Thesis – part 1 of 2. First semester of required senior thesis project in digital film. Creation of approved senior thesis digital films in collaboration with fellow students; may act in both above- and below-the-line roles. Creation of full-length screenplay may fulfill part of senior thesis requirements. View Details Bookmark
04/11/2018
Faculty
Film
FILM 421 – Advanced Film Seminar. This is a seminar course designed to address advanced topics in filmmaking and ongoing thesis production workshops. Workshops will be taught by visiting artist/filmmakers. The seminar will provide a focused learning experience designed to enhance thesis productions conceptually, artistically and technically. Students will use a colloquium as a forum for disc… View Details Bookmark
04/11/2018
Faculty
Film
FILM 115 – Film Language. An introduction to storytelling as communicated through the visual medium of filmmaking. Incorporates the effective use of film language through story analysis and structure. Projects include written story exercises and the practice of visual storytelling using drawn and photographed images. View Details Bookmark
04/10/2018
Staff
Facilities / Grounds
Groundskeeper performs landscape maintenance by following planned landscape designs and maintenance schedules for campus grounds in all assigned areas. This position comes into regular contact with co-workers and supervisors along with occasional and casual contact with visitors, students, staff members, faculty, etc. while performing the duties of the job. This position requires knowledg… View Details Bookmark
Beginning August 2018 Film Department Visiting Full-Time One-Year Faculty Appointment with Benefits The Film Department at Ringling College of Art and Design combines the power of film as a storytelling medium with the flexibility of new digital technology. Filmmaking is taught employing digital tools within a range of pre-production, production and post-production courses. Students l… View Details Bookmark
Beginning August 2018 Illustration Department Full-Time Faculty Appointment with Benefits (multiple positions available) Ringling College of Art and Design has established an exciting curriculum with unique courses in the first year for every degree program. In order to meet the needs of this academic vision, the College is seeking candidates that are versatile in their discipline and … View Details Bookmark
03/13/2018
Faculty
Illustration
Beginning August 2018 For Academic Year 2018-2019 Visiting Full-Time Faculty One-Year Appointment with Benefits Illustration Department Ringling College of Art and Design has established an exciting curriculum with unique courses in the first year for every degree program. In order to meet the needs of this academic vision, the College is seeking candidates that are versatile in their d… View Details Bookmark
02/20/2018
Staff
Facilities / Field Services
The Field Maintenance Supervisor (FMS) supports the Assistant Director of Facilities Operations in managing the Facilities Operations Department by directly supervising the team of maintenance and trade workers (both regular and temporary staff). This position is a working supervisor responsible for prioritizing and managing daily work flow routines of all scheduled maintenance work… View Details Bookmark
The Assistant Vice President for Facilities Management for Ringling College of Art and Design is responsible for the development, operations, and maintenance of physical facilities. This position, under the supervision of the Vice President for Finance Administration (VPFA), leads in the planning and management of the capital construction, renewal and replacement projects and budgets as they r… View Details Bookmark
02/01/2018
Staff
Ringling College Lifelong Learning Academy
Through community education, the Membership and Community Education Coordinator encourages involvement in lifelong learning and Ringling College Lifelong Learning Academy’s (RCLLA) membership. The Coordinator communicates member services to current and future students and member populations and is responsible for assuring that membership activities reflect the (RCLLA) service mission and quali… View Details Bookmark
11/15/2017
Staff
Sarasota Museum of Art (SMOA)
The Sarasota Museum of Art, a division of Ringling College of Art and Design, seeks an experienced, creative, passionate and strategic public education professional to partner with and support the Executive Director in all aspects related to education, outreach and public engagement. Reporting to the Executive Director, and working closely with the museum’s senior leadership team, the Director … View Details Bookmark
03/06/2018
Faculty
Creative Writing
CRWR 105 – Story Fundamentals: Character. Introduces fundamentals of character construction. Considers major characters, minor characters, and walk-ons. Includes strategies on drawing characters from a variety of real-world sources. Includes discussions on voice, dialogue, and point of view. Examines character examples from film, television, drama, and fiction. Includes critiquing of peer wr… View Details Bookmark
03/02/2018
Faculty
Film
FILM 422 – Business of Film. Introduction to business of film industry. Examines roles, responsibilities, and relationships of all players and constituencies within film industry. Topics include: industry structure; production decision-making; production apparatus; distribution systems; ancillary markets; industry trends and areas of growth; employment opportunity development. View Details Bookmark
02/14/2018
Faculty
Illustration
ILLU 325 – Figure IV. Advanced exploration of the form, proportion, and anatomy of the human figure. Progress from accurate representation of the figure to informed, gestural expression. Study formal drawing through intensive observation of live models. Draped and undraped models used. View Details Bookmark
02/14/2018
Faculty
MEDA
MEDA 115 – Figure Drawing I. Introduction to figure drawing. Use observational gesture and expressive drawing to demonstrate: proportion and measurement; volume and space; basic anatomy; format and composition; balance and movement; focus and edge; relation of figure to environment. View Details Bookmark
02/14/2018
Faculty
MEDA
MEDA 111 – Drawing I. Introduction to the representation of three-dimensional forms in two-dimensional space. Focus on drawing one-, two-, and three-point linear perspective systems from observation and imagination. Develop: measuring and sighting techniques; drawing skills; value and lighting; design approaches. View Details Bookmark
02/13/2018
Faculty
Liberal Arts
LMST 265C – Topics in Literature and Media Studies: Literary Mysticism. Explores historical and contemporary literary and media-related genres and developments; topics vary each semester, such as crime stories, the Hollywood novel, literature of protest, literary mysticism, and comedy. View Details Bookmark
02/13/2018
Faculty
Liberal Arts
WRIT 151 – Writing Studio. Introduction to academic and professional writing. Emphasis on: rhetorical knowledge; critical thinking, reading and writing processes and conventions. Analysis and evaluation of multiple reading strategies; composition; use of research tools; development of research process; documentation techniques and incorporation of sources; peer review; editing and proofreadi… View Details Bookmark
02/09/2018
Faculty
Fine Arts
FINE 233 – Sculpture I (Introduction). Introduction to sculptural processes, including wood, mold-making, casting and metal fabrication. Instruction in studio safety. View Details Bookmark
02/05/2018
Faculty
STDA
STDA 103A – Interpretive Figure for PI. Explores proportion and measurement, volume and space, basic anatomy, and format and composition. Emphasis is on interpretation and experimentation, historical and contemporary precedents, exposure to manual, digital or lens-based solutions, mixed media and their contemporary critical context. View Details Bookmark
02/05/2018
Faculty
STDA
STDA 101 – Drawing. Introduction to contemporary drawing. Work critically through formal and conceptual problems while learning techniques and process of drawing. Emphasis on observation, communication, representation, and invention as means to develop unique and powerful works of contemporary art, film, and photography. Additional topics include research, drawing, and archiving. View Details Bookmark
02/05/2018
Faculty
Interior Design
IDES 351 – Digital Design Studio. Application of 3D computer drawing, modeling, and rendering to interior design projects. Students develop advanced rendering techniques including lighting and material mapping to focus on enhancing presentation skills. View Details Bookmark
02/05/2018
Faculty
Liberal Arts
SBSC 230 – Topics in Social Science. Explores a variety of topics in social sciences, such as globalization, gender, and inequality. Focuses on the systematic understanding of social interaction, social organization, social institutions, and social change. Introduces students to major themes in sociological thinking, such as the interplay between the individual and society, the causes and co… View Details Bookmark
02/05/2018
Faculty
Liberal Arts
LIBA 112 – Film & Narrative. Introduction to the visual techniques and language of film, exploring how they are used to define character and communicate narrative and theme. Examines connection between visual design and storytelling by focusing on editing, mise-en-scene, and narrative. View Details Bookmark
02/05/2018
Faculty
Creative Writing
CRWR 315 – Creative Writing Topics. Investigates the theory, history, aesthetics, art, and/or creation of creative writing. Exposure to contemporary topics/trends in the world of creative writing. View Details Bookmark