The Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at the George Washington University invites applications for full-time faculty positions in Art History, Design, Graphic Design, Interior Architecture, and Theatre to begin in the fall of 2022.

In addition, we are seeking an Exhibitions and Programming Associate, responsible for producing the school’s exhibitions, openings, lectures, and the annual NEXT show.

To see all openings, visit corcoran.gwu.edu.

The Corcoran prepares its graduates to be the next generation of global creative leaders in the fields of Art History, Studio Arts, Design, Theatre and Dance, Music, Museum Studies, and Interior Architecture. The school is an interdisciplinary scholarly, art, and design environment within a large, diverse research university. We invite applications from candidates who contribute to the academic and creative community’s multiplicity of approaches and experience through their teaching, research/creative practice, and/or service. Applications by individuals historically underrepresented in academia are particularly welcomed.

Review of applications will begin on January 15, 2022, and will continue until the positions are filled.

Part of the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, the school functions as an incubator for artists, designers, and scholars, who learn from internationally renowned faculty at the intersection of creativity and social innovation. We are a community of civically engaged artists and practitioners, aiming to impact the world through creative change. Our home in the heart of downtown Washington, DC means that our students tap into both a vibrant, historied local city and a nerve center of international culture and government. We have a strong track record of students initiating new creative ventures and placing with top-ranked employers after graduation, with students working and studying at DC’s most prestigious companies, galleries, museums, and design firms.

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