The Red Burns Fellowship is designed for educators, creative practitioners and researchers who would find it exciting to spend a year teaching and working in the vibrant art and technology community that is ITP/IMA. This is a one year appointment with a focus on practice, teaching, and curriculum development. Red Fellows are expected to teach 2 classes (1 in the fall, 1 in the spring) and are paired with a current faculty mentor to help acclimate to the ITP/IMA community. We are currently seeking 2 Red Fellows and candidates with no previous affiliation with ITP/IMA are encouraged to apply.
This is an open call for all areas of study related to the ITP/IMA curriculum. However, we are specifically seeking candidates interested in teaching, advocacy, and arts practice in the following areas:
Digital Media Culture and History
Activism and Social Justice
AI and Ethics
Environmental Impact of Technology
(We’re open to consider other areas.)
Assigned desk space at ITP/IMA (370 Jay Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201).
Full access to ITP/IMA facilities and equipment.
Visiting scholar privileges at NYU including e-mail and library access.
$30,000 annual stipend plus adjunct salary per class.
Mentorship from a full-time faculty member
Unfortunately, at this time we are unable to cover any accomodation or travel costs. The Fellowship does not include health insurance or other university benefits.
Fellows are expected to be present at least 2 full days per week at ITP/IMA. The hours are flexible and can be spread out over multiple days but should include some availability during regular business hours.
Fellows are expected to hold weekly office hours for students to book appointments for project discussion and critique.
Fellows are expected to teach 2 courses (1 fall, 1 spring). ITP/IMA will provide support and mentorship for syllabus development and course planning.
Fellows are encouraged to participate in service projects related to department needs.
Candidates must be authorized to work lawfully in the United States.
Note on Covid/Remote:
This is intended to be a position for someone residing in the greater NYC area and who can commit to coming onto campus through the fall and spring semesters. If you are accepted you will be expected to adhere to NYU’s guidelines and policies regarding covid testing as well as any health and safety practices. Any changes to in-person/remote status of your position and your classes, as well as access to the campus, will be based on following NYU’s guidelines throughout the year. At this time we are not accepting applications for remote applicants.
How to apply:
The deadline for applications is April 15. Applications will be reviewed and selected by a committee comprised of the full-time faculty of ITP/IMA. We intend to notify candidates by May 7th. If you have questions about the fellowship and application process, please contact email@example.com.