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The Faculty of Arts at The University of British Columbia (UBC) – Vancouver campus invites applications for the position of Director of the School of Music, with an anticipated start date of January 1, 2019 or July 1, 2019. The appointment as Director is typically for an initial five-year term, with the possibility of reappointment for a second term. We expect that the successful candidate will be appointed at the rank of Full Professor (although we would consider an exceptional appointment at the rank of Associate Professor). The UBC School of Music offers a full range of undergraduate and graduate programs, including BMus, MMus, MA, DMA, PhD, and the Diploma in Music Performance or Collaborative Piano. For information about the School, visit www.music.ubc.ca.

We seek applicants who have a distinguished record of research publications or creative and performing activity commensurate with appointment at the Full (or Associate) Professor rank, and whose specializations complement those of the School. The successful candidate will have a record of high quality undergraduate and graduate teaching, and graduate supervision. Demonstrated administrative skills and experience are a requirement, and prior involvement in leadership will be considered an asset. Applicants would normally possess a PhD or DMA, but we will also consider exceptional candidates with equivalent credentials and experience. She or he will be expected to demonstrate vision and creativity and to foster a collaborative, respectful, and inclusive environment for students, staff, faculty, and community partners.

The Director’s responsibilities will include overseeing recruitment of students; recruiting and evaluating faculty; developing scholarly initiatives; maintaining and enhancing community, alumni, and donor partnerships; overseeing educational and community programs; overseeing the financial health of the unit; and continuing to build the profile of the School regionally, nationally, and internationally.

Applicants should provide the following items in a single PDF file to Margaret Tom-Wing in the Dean of Arts Office via email (arts.headships@ubc.ca) with “MUSIC Director” in the subject line: a letter of application; a curriculum vitae; and statements (no longer than 1 page each) summarizing their (a) research/creative activity program, (b) teaching philosophy/practice and ability to work with a diverse student body, (c) experience in and approach to administrative and leadership roles, and vision for a School of Music in a research-intensive University.

Review of applications will begin on June 15, 2018, and will continue until the position is filled. At a later stage of the search process, long-listed candidates will be asked to provide evidence of teaching effectiveness and to arrange to have four confidential letters of reference sent directly to the Dean of Arts Office. The position is subject to final budgetary approval. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

UBC-Vancouver’s Point Grey Campus is located on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territories of the Musqueam people, with whom UBC shares a framework Memorandum of Affiliation. For information relating to Aboriginal initiatives that are available at UBC, visit the UBC Vancouver Aboriginal portal at: http://aboriginal.ubc.ca/.

 Equity and diversity are essential to academic excellence. An open and diverse community fosters the inclusion of voices that have been underrepresented or discouraged. We encourage applications from members of groups that have been marginalized on any grounds enumerated under the B.C. Human Rights Code, including sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, racialization, disability, political belief, religion, marital or family status, age, and/or status as a First Nation, Métis, Inuit, or Indigenous person.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents of Canada will be given priority.  

 

Poste de Maître de Conférences à l'université de Mayotte

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Le Pont Supérieur,
 Pôle d’enseignement supérieur spectacle vivant Bretagne - Pays de la Loire et
 
l’Université Bretagne Occidentale ouvrent en partenariat un Master "Artiste des musiques traditionnelles" en formation initiale et continue.

Ce nouveau master est unique. Il constitue la première formation française commune à plusieurs établissements d’enseignements supérieurs dans le domaine des musiques traditionnelles. Il fait l’objet d’une accréditation à la fois du Ministère de l’enseignement supérieur et du Ministère de la culture.

Il s’adresse

  • Aux artistes interprètes du spectacle vivant,
  • Aux artistes - enseignants ou artistes - chercheurs,
  • Aux artistes - encadrants dans des structures de l’animation socio-culturelle, de l’action culturelle ou du développement territorial

Objectifs 

Compléter, enrichir, renouveler et certifier ses compétences professionnelles artistiques.

Descriptif du cursus

Une formation diplômante, ouverte à tous les artistes des musiques traditionnelles, français ou non : 

-       Titulaires d’une licence ou équivalence, ou validation des acquis.

-       Instrumentistes et/ou chanteurs de toutes aires culturelles

Un parcours pédagogique de 2 ans articulé autour de 5 UE attribuant 120 ECTS et structuré autour du projet artistique personnel.

Une formation basée à Rennes et organisée en séminaires.

Une équipe pédagogique constituée d’enseignants-chercheurs et de professionnels du domaine culturel : artistes, programmateurs, directeurs de salles, techniciens du spectacle, collecteurs, archivistes, webmasters, communicants.

Lieux de résidence artistique : le Quartz à Brest (29), le Nouveau Pavillon à Bouguenais (44), la Grande Boutique à Langonnet (56).

La délivrance du diplôme par la présentation scénique du projet artistique personnel et la réalisation d’un mémoire.

Une possibilité de poursuite des études en doctorat.

 

Inscriptions 

Dossier de candidature téléchargeable à partir du 5 mars 2018 sur les sites internet de l’UBO et du Pont Supérieur

Entretiens à partir du 11 juin 2018.

Formation initiale : droits de scolarité universitaires

Formation continue : 4500€ par an, avec financements mobilisables selon statut : OPCA pour les salariés d’association, les professions libérales et les intermittents, collectivité pour un agent de la fonction publique, pôle emploi, compte personnel de formation …

 

Contacts 

Pour étudier les différentes prises en charge possibles dans le cadre de la formation continue, prenez contact dès à présent avec

Jean-Michel Beau, ingénierie de la formation continue

jmbeau@lepontsuperieur.eu 

 T. 02 40 89 90 51 – M. 06 45 28 32 69

Pour toute question relative au parcours d’enseignement 

Marc Clérivet, coordinateur pédagogique

mclerivet@lepontsuperieur.eu

 

www.lepontsuperieur.eu

www.univ-brest.fr

Vous trouverez ici l'appel à communications pour le XXXIV European Seminar in Ethnomusicology (ESEM) sur le thème "experience and expectation" qui se déroulers du 3 au 7 septembre 2018.

L'appel est étendue jusqu'au 3 avril prochain.

 

Appel à communications pour une masterclass avec Timothy Taylor à l’université de Mainz du 27 au 30 juin 2018.

The Master Class provides young researchers with the opportunity to present their work, discuss it with leading exponents of their field (Timothy Taylor among them) and relate it to recent developments and debates. We therefore invite researchers with academic backgrounds in anthropology, musicology, sociology or related fields (preferably PhD and postdoc level) to apply for the Master Class.

This year, we will focus on the topic of Valuing Music, and are therefore glad to welcome Timothy Taylor, professor of ethnomusicology and musicology at the University of Los Angeles (UCLA). In a series of three public lectures held on three subsequent days, Timothy Tayler will explore questions of value with respect to music as a form of cultural production. Questions of value have concerned anthropologists for generations. However, only recently there have been concerted attempts to try to formulate a more general theory of value that can encompass both Marx’s and Mauss’s seminal writings. Linking up to this recent work—by David Graeber, Michael Lambek, Fred Myers, Anna Tsing, and others—the lectures explore questions of value with respect to music as a form of cultural production.

Plus d’informations à l’adresse http://www.ifeas.uni-mainz.de/3432.php

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