Adjuncts - Entertainment Production

Husson University’s New England School of Communications is seeking Adjunct Instructors for the fall semester 2014 (Sept 2-Dec 19) on the Bangor Campus

Proficiency in the subject with professional experience is necessary; Master’s degree required; Post–secondary teaching experience preferred.

EP 112 Stagecraft Practicum 1 Cr.

This course is structured as a practicum, allowing the Entertainment Production students to experience the technical demands of the performance industry. Student work will be comprised of, but not limited to: event load-ins, construction of elements for specific events, and performance facility upgrades and maintenance. As the students’ skills increase, they will be assigned tasks commensurate with their growing levels of experience. Each Entertainment Production student will be required to take this course for six (6) of their total semesters in the program.

Class times:
Tuesdays, 6:00-8:00pm

EP 124L Scenic Construction Lab 3 Cr.

Students will learn the basic materials and construction techniques for theatre, film, television, and event production.

Class times:
Mondays, 6:00-9:00pm

EP 131 Fundamentals of Stage Lighting 3 Cr.

Students work onstage and in the classroom to learn the basics of lighting. This includes work with the lighting instruments, lighting board, safety, basic lighting techniques, and lighting paperwork. An additional classroom component will include a look at the history of lighting, electricity and color theory. This class will cover traditional theatre as well as larger concert type venues.

Class times:
Mondays, 12:00-3:00pm

EP 210 Audio for Event Management 3 Cr.

This course introduces the concepts and practices of sound engineering. Students will apply their fundamental knowledge of audio towards the understanding of setting up live sound reinforcement for a variety of live events. This course will include the concepts of gain structure, practical microphone placements, general use of equalization, and mixing techniques for live sound applications. Students will learn and develop trouble-shooting skills.

Class times:
Tuesdays, 12:00-3:00pm

Interested applicants should submit a C.V., references, and teaching philosophy statement via email only to:

Ben Haskell
Academic Dean, NESCom
Husson University

Husson University is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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