Printmaking Lecturer

Sydney (Suburb), New South Wales (AU)
Base salary plus superannuation
13 May 2022
End of advertisement period
12 Jun 2022
Contract Type

Please note: This is a 1.0 FTE position and may be offered to one lecturer full time; or two lecturers part time

Commencement Semester 2 - 2022 Academic Year (July 2022)


About the National Art School

The National Art School is Australia’s leading art school with a progressive agenda for growth and a firm commitment to continuing studio-based education. The National Art School (NAS) is accredited through TEQSA and offers Bachelor of Fine Art, Masters and Doctorate courses in Photomedia, Painting, Sculpture, Ceramics, and Printmaking, and core subjects in Drawing and Art History and Theory. The school is at the forefront of learning, creativity and innovative practice utilising its independent identity and distinctive studio-based teaching model to deliver exceptional higher education and research, scholarship and professional practice. The NSW Arts Minister announced a 45 year lease and ongoing funding to the National Art School as a State Significant Organisation (SSO) which has afforded ongoing certainty of tenure onsite and the foundation to build a successful independent art school.


The position

The Lecturer(s) – Printmaking is primarily responsible for teaching and supervision at all levels within the degree programs of the National Art School (NAS), including the development of appropriate teaching resources and related course administration within the Printmaking department. The role also requires a broad contribution to NAS operations including participation in School committees, events, student recruitment and promotional activities. You will have an excellent record of subject development and delivery in the field of Printmaking within a higher education setting.


What you bring to the role

You will have postgraduate qualifications in Printmaking at AQF level 10 or equivalent professional experience. You are expected to have an excellent record and current profile of artistic practice in the field of Printmaking evidenced through exhibitions, scholarly activity or publication at a national level.

A competitive remuneration package is available to the successful candidate.


How to Apply

Please visit the National Art School website for more information and to download the position description. Please include the following in your application:

A covering letter addressing how your experience meets each selection criterion in detail; A comprehensive resume citing your academic qualifications and outlining professional experience. Please call Juanita Hyde on 02 9339 8672 if you have any questions

Please send your application to

The closing date for all applications will be Sunday 5 June 2022


The National Art School is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to workplace diversity. People from different cultural backgrounds are encouraged to apply, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and culturally and linguistically diverse people.