Part Time - Design in Theatre - Emerging Artist in Residence

Pennsylvania State University   University Park, PA   Part-time     Education
Posted on March 25, 2024
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Part Time - Design in Theatre - Emerging Artist in Residence




The Penn State Altoona Performing Arts program invites applications for its Fall 2024 Emerging Artist in Residence in Theatre Design (lighting or costume). The residency offers a lighting or costume designer opportunities to design for a theatrical stage production and a dance concert.


Job Duties


  • Teaching one introductory theatre course during the Fall 2024 Semester (August 26, 2024 - December 13, 2024).
  • Complete design(s) for Fall productions and serve as a resource to performing arts students.


Requirements and Qualifications


  • The Emerging Artist we seek will present a strong record of design for a variety of productions and selection will be based on the quality of the work submitted, as determined by the selection committee.
  • A Master's degree in Theatre Design (Lighting or Costume) or a related field, earned within the past five years (2019 or later), is required.
  • University-level teaching experience is preferred.


This appointment offers a salary of $15,000 (benefits not included). Optional campus-adjacent studio/living space is available but candidates may also choose to secure their own temporary housing.


To apply, applicants must complete the on-line employment application. Please include samples of your design work, a one page cover letter; sample syllabi of a general Introduction to Theatre class to be taught while in residence; resume; 3 references with contact information. Review of applications will begin June 3, and will continue until the vacancy is filled. For additional information about Penn State Altoona, please visit our web page at Questions about the Emerging Arts in Residence program may be directed to Professor KT Huckabee at


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