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Art Careers

Whether you choose to specialize in fine art or the history of art, the skills you gain throughout your career are highly valued and transferable to many industries. Alongside a range of practical and digital art skills, art graduates also have good observational, analytical, and research skills, including the ability to solve problems creatively and work well both independently and in groups. In the majority of the art careers detailed below, you will find it essential or highly advantageous to have a varied portfolio of work to show prospective employers, including original ideas as well as coursework where applicable.

A person’s creativity can simply be defined as their ability to produce something of value that did not exist before. You could harness creativity to design a product, make a blueprint, or write a script, for example. The outcomes of creative work are often vastly different among individual people or disciplines, but there are often similarities in the process. The creative process often starts with a spark of inspiration: An idea. It can come at any time and from anywhere. These transferable skills creative and analytical skills along with a unique point of view are what makes creative candidates so alluring to employers.

 

Art Jobs We Fill

  • Creative Director
  • Illustrators
  • Photographers
  • Graphic Designer
  • Arts Teacher/ Lecturer
  • Commercial Print Maker
  • Editorial Directors
  • Technical Writer
  • Cinematographer
  • Director/Videographers