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  1. Exploring visual arts and crafts careers: A student guidebook by Sheila Dubman, 1976
  2. Career guidance in the arts and humanities: Activities, information and resources for grades 7-12 : dance, music, theater and media, visual arts and crafts, ... humanities (Career exploration series) by Phyllis Ritvo, 1976
  3. 391 ways to explore arts and humanities careers: Classroom activities in dance, music, theater and media, visual arts and crafts, writing, humanities (Career exploration series) by Mary Lewis Hansen, 1976
  4. Career resources for visual arts and crafts students at Miami-Dade Community College by Margaret M Pelton, 1978
  5. Taking the Leap: Building a Career as a Visual Artist by Cay Lang, 2006-04-13
  6. The Creative Entrepreneur: A DIY Visual Guidebook for Making Business Ideas Real by Lisa Sonora Beam, 2008-11-01
  7. Stayin' Alive: Survival Tactics for the Visual Artist by Robin Hopper, 2003-03-15

21. Careers Service - Creative Art Design And Crafts Sites
The crafts Council. National Disability arts Forum Supports and advises disabledindividuals wanting to enter the arts world. Back to list. visual arts.

Arts Council of England (
Includes information on regional councils and boards. Chartered Society of Designers ( The Crafts Council ( Design Business Association ( National Disability Arts Forum (
Supports and advises disabled individuals wanting to enter the arts world. Top of Page
Visual Arts
Association of Photographers ( British Institute of Professional Photography ( Fine Art Trade Guild ( Top of Page
Two Dimensional Design
Association of Illustrators ( (
Designers' resources including a Design Directory and recruitment information. Screen Printers Association ( Top of Page
Three Dimensional Design
British Ceramic Confederation (

22. Visual Arts Books For Adults
Opportunities in visual arts careers; arts and crafts careers; Career Solutionsfor Creative People How to Balance Artistic Goals With Career Security;
[TEXT] About Us Gallery Programs ... Resources
Exhibits Exhibit Index
Publications 'Putting Creativity to Work: Careers in the Arts for People with Disabilities' 'Disability Awareness Guide' VSA arts Press Releases
Web Resources Web Resources in disabilities, arts and education Suggest a URL Mailing List Discussions in Disability, the Arts and Education VSA arts Home
Books on the Visual Arts
for Adults and Professional Artists
Suggest a title In addition to the topics already included, in the future this section will include books on drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, digital art, scultpture, ceramics, and film.
Careers in the Visual Arts:

23. Careers Service : Information
careers information X1. X1 visual arts. crafts Council UK’s national organisationfor the promotion of contemporary crafts, responsible for promoting fine
home site map careers information careers information : X1
Occupations covered:
  • Artist in Residence Artist, community Artist, medical Artist, multimedia/performance Artist, public Conservator/Restorer, museum/gallery Painter Printmaker Sculptor
Relevant information from organisations and professional bodies:
Association of Art Historians Association of British Picture Restorers Association of Illustrators British Association of Master Glass Painters ... Crafts Council - UK’s national organisation for the promotion of contemporary crafts, responsible for promoting fine craftsmanship, encouraging high standards and increasing public awareness of contemporary crafts and applied arts. Printmakers Council Sculpture at Greenwood - charitable foundation that promotes British sculpture.
Other links:
Artlink - Edinburgh-based charity supporting opportunity and choice in the arts for people with disability since 1984. Art Review British Association of Picture Libraries and Agencies Fine Art Trade Guild Public Art Forum ... Your Creative Future - guide to education and career opportunities in the creative industries, including advertising, architecture, fashion, design, crafts, media, publishing and the performing arts.
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24. Creative Arts, Design And Crafts
, Your university careers service. Creative arts, Design and crafts. Fashionand Textile; Three Dimensional Design; Two Dimensional Design; visual arts.

25. Clarke Art Professional Links
to teach artists the skills they need to manage their own careers. Why Opt for Arta British site; StudyWeb¨ School Education visual arts crafts, lots of
Clarke College Art Department
search our own career services site for help in writing resumes, finding internships, the job search, applying to grad school, etc. Here is a series of links for professional art organizations and exhibition and career opportunities:
a compilation of competitions, contests, grants, jobs, fellowships, scholarships, etc. for fine arts media. Must subscribe for full access.
  • Art Calendar: website for a monthly magazine that lists exhibition and professional opportunites and concerns.
  • ArtsUSA: links for Arts Advocacy, arts education, clearing house of public policy issues and links to other arts and cultural Internet resources.
  • ARTSEDGE : a site sponsored by the Kennedy Center that lists arts organizations and and art education resources.
  • National Endowment for the Arts Homepage : Federal Arts Agency. It lists article on the role of government support; provides guides to NEA grant programs, highlights individual artists and provides LINKS to other art resources.
  • Iowa Arts Council: State Arts Agency that supports artists through funding and other resources.

26. California Department Of Real Estate Kids Korner: Careers In The Industry
California. Faux Finisher Artists; Painters and Paperhangers; careersin visual arts; careers in visual arts crafts; Education visual
Real Estate: Community Planning: Architecture: Construction: Project Management: Construction Trades: Landscape Architect: Environment:

27. WVRHS Art Curriculum
of art; as well as insights and experiencesin various related careers. will be consideredanintegral part of the visual arts program. CERAMICS AND crafts I.
David Magyar , Supervisor Amy Fairweather , Instructor The Art Curriculum provides students withthe opportunity to select from one of two types of programs, Visual Artsand Ceramics/Crafts. The Visual Arts program is designed for students whoare primarly interested in classes that focus mainly in the area of paintingand drawing. These courses attempt to develop the students skills in visualobservation, creativity and techniques associated with materials in relatedmedia. The Ceramics/Crafts program provides opportunities for students toexplore a variety of traditional craft media that lend themselves to theconstruction of both functional and decorative objects. A more detaileddescription of each course can be found on this page.
This page also contains some additional linksthat will give you a look some student art work; provide information aboutthe schools some of our previous art students have attended as art majors;and a list of the alumni who have donated work to be part of our schoolspermanent art collection. Please select these links if you are interestedin finding out more about our program. Visual Arts I StudioArt
Ceramics and Crafts I
CraftsII ... Back to Curriculum Page
Grades: 9-12
5.0 Credits

28. Careers
Create a career in visual arts, crafts and design. The vast majority of visual artistsand craftspeople from ARTV's publication, In Focus careers and Courses

Arts Business Mentorship Program 2003

Where are they now? Graduate Destination Project

Arts Business Mentorship Program 2001 / 2002

Multimedia New Apprenticeships

Arts Business Mentorship Program 2003 ARTV is running the third year of its highly successful Arts Business Mentorship Program in 2003. The program offers individuals in the Victorian arts industry an opportunity to be mentored by an established arts professional. Mentorships are available across art forms and provide twenty hours of one-on-one mentoring over 2003. In addition the program offers progress sessions where all participants in the program meet and share their experiences. Participants in the program rave about their experiences"
'The mentorship was excellent because it allowed me to be completely open and honest with someone outside the organisation... someone who understood where I was at, and who could provide a short-cut to resources.' Emma Baily, St Martins Youth Theatre

29. KiwiCareers - Visual Arts, Design And Crafts
visual arts, Design and crafts Nga Toia-Whatu, Nga Hoahoa me nga Haratau.Industry Overview Workers in the visual arts, design and

Industry Overview
Key Statistics Industry Trends Regional Market Details ... Relevant Contacts Visual Arts, Design and Crafts
Nga Toi-a-Whatu, Nga Hoahoa me nga Haratau Industry Overview
Workers in the visual arts, design and crafts industry can be employed by companies, or work as freelancers (self-employed). Advertising and design companies often use freelance creatives (such as artists, graphic designers and photographers) to produce artwork for posters, books and other types of media, rather than hiring their own creative team. Freelancers find work by visiting companies and showing them their portfolios. If an agency is interested, they call the freelancer when a job comes up. People who work in this industry need to be self-motivated as a lot of their success depends on how well they sell themselves and their skills. key statistics -
  • 3,198 people were employed in the arts in 1996.
  • 44% were female.

30. KiwiCareers - Fine Arts And Crafts Group
Industry Overviews visual arts, Design and crafts Training visualarts, Design and crafts NZ Qualifications Authority Art Craft
Performing Arts Fine Arts and Crafts Literary Arts Information ... Sports and Recreation
Select a sub-group from above
Fine Arts and Crafts

People who work in fine arts and crafts are involved in all forms of visual art designed to inform, amuse or involve an audience, with or without the presence of the artist. Many people in this field are self-employed, as they need to sell their work in order to make money, and they may run their own studio or do freelance work.
Are you interested in these school subjects?
  • Arts and crafts
  • Design
  • History and classics
  • Media studies
  • Workshop technology
Would you work in these places?
  • Galleries
  • Museums
  • Private homes
  • Studios
Work/interest areas within fine arts and crafts include:
Studio Art Sculpture Photography ... Ceramics and Pottery
Related Jobs Art Historian
Art Teacher

Art Therapist

Textile Designer

Industry Overviews Visual Arts, Design and Crafts Training Visual Arts, Design and Crafts NZ Qualifications Authority Art Craft Design Graphic Arts ... Photography

31. Art Schools - ! - Art Careers And Jobs.
entry for visual Artist. Career Alternatives for Art Historians; careers in ArtAn Illustrated Guide; Opportunities in arts and crafts careers This quick read

Books/Supplies Careers/Jobs Financial Aid Forum Glossary International ... HOME
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32. Careers Service - External Links
Areas Creative arts, Design and crafts (X) visual the UK's official graduate careerswebsite Prospects visual arts Advice from Prospects, the UK's official

33. Careers Service - External Links
crafts (X) Fashion and Textile, Two Dimensional Design. General, visual arts. ThreeDimensional Design, home AZ index contact us about us feedback . careers

34. Liberal Studies
Now 75 years old the ACAD has been in the forefront in contributing and buildingCanada¹s visual culture in both Design and the visual arts and crafts.

35. Employ Yourself - Forum 1 - Arts, Culture And Communication
Some of the careers include creative writing, film and cinema, fine arts, graphicdesign, journalism, foreign languages, radio and , visual arts crafts.


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Next Forum is on
April 8 th , 2003 at the Waterloo Memorial Recreation Complex 101 Father David Bauer Drive Waterloo, ON. N2J 4A8
Look for the televised presentation of this forum Saturday, Nov. 3 nd at 12:00pm on Rogers Television , Cable 20. Employ Yourself by Expressing yourself! That's what these fields have in common whether that expression takes the form of visual or performing arts; verbal, visual or print communications; or statements made with decor, or clothing. With an eye for design, an interest in current events, a tendency towards the dramatic, people in these occupations entertain the general public in media industries such as: film, broadcast, publishing, multimedia, fine arts, and music. Some of the careers include creative writing, film and cinema, fine arts, graphic design, journalism, foreign languages, radio and television broadcasting, advertising, and public relations. A jacket was found at the Forum on October 22 nd If this is your jacket, please call Patricia

36. Tearaway - Careers
work Credentials ? A tertiary qualification in Maori arts and crafts, such as theDiploma in visual Art and Design (Maori) at Tairawhiti Polytechnic Where to

37. Courses At L.V. Rogers - Career Prep
Focus courses offered in this program include Art 11 12, visual Art 2D 11 12,visual Art 3D 11 12, Art careers 12, Textiles arts and crafts and Directed
    2001 - 2002 Courses: Career Prep Career Preparation Programs enable students to:
    - combine secondary school graduation with career studies
    - receive graduation credit for career courses and work experience
    - acquire knowledge, skills, and attitudes related to a career
    - integrate theory with practical experience
    - meet entry requirements for Selkirk College, BCIT, university or a career related institution
    - join the work force or an apprenticeship program
    Career Preparation Programs require the student to complete over 2 years: - graduation requirements - a specific cluster of courses - 100 hours of work experience (CP Work Experience 12A) CAREER PREPARATION: ADVENTURE TOURISM 12 (CPSRS 12) The Tourism/Adventure program provides students with a broad-based practical and theoretical background in the tourism and recreational adventure industries. Focus courses for this program include Physical Education 11, Career Prep Adventure/Tourism 12. CAREER PREPARATION: BUSINESS EDUCATION This program allows students who have decided to work in business fields to get advanced placement in the Business Education program at Selkirk College. The savings in time and money can be significant. Students interested in these programs should contact a counsellor from L.V. Rogers. Focus courses include Applied Accounting 12, Data Processing 12, Fine Arts 12.

38. Careers In The Arts
subsectors - music and sound recording, the visual arts and crafts, writing and htmlThese are the SENECA programs that may lead to careers in visual arts.
Co nsider a Career
The Arts
Navigation: VCRC Home Steps to a New Career Consider a Career in
Fine Arts
Performing Arts
Featured Site
Talent Gallery
The Talent Gallery, a joint initiative between the Cultural Human Resources Council and Industry Canada, is an on-line recruitment tool for use by employers and job seekers in Canada's cultural sector. The site links Canadian employers in the areas of heritage, new media, visual arts and crafts, music and sound recording, film, television, radio, and live performing arts, and writing and publishing to skilled human resources. The system also offers work search assistance to students, graduates, and professionals wishing to pursue a career in the cultural sector.
Fine Arts Websites

39. Opportunities
in 1996 to encourage activities that enhance the skills or advance the careers ofLouisiana Laura Elkins (Natchitoches), visual arts and crafts To support
Home New on this Site Learn about the LDOA News Grant Programs Guidelines and Applications Links Contact Us Louisiana Division of the Arts Mini-Grant Winners Announced Award recipients this round include: Carol Anglin (Shreveport), Dance : To support choreography of a new work, "First Circle-Full Circle." Rebecca Dodson (Monroe), Music : To support expenses for attending and performing at the International Horn Society’s "International Horn Summit." Laura Elkins (Natchitoches), Visual Arts and Crafts : To support costs associated with an exhibition of the artist’s latest work, a series of paintings called the "Mom and Pop Series." Dorothy Furlong-Gardner (Folsom), Visual Arts and Crafts : To support the acquisition of a print-drying rack. Erin Gilbert (New Orleans), Visual Arts and Crafts : To support the purchase of a Hossfeld bender for advanced metal work. Garland K. Goodwin (Baton Rouge), Dance Ricky Graham (New Orleans), Theater : To support the creation of an original play, entitled "Club Toot Sweet on Bourbon Street," re-creating New Orleans life in the ‘50s. Louise Mouton Johnson (New Orleans), Visual Arts and Crafts

1996 to encourage activities that enhance the skills or advance the careers of Louisiana JaneMaysey Craddock New Orleans visual arts and crafts To support
Home New on this Site Learn about the LDOA News Grant Programs Guidelines and Applications Links Contact Us Louisiana Division of the Arts FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 23, 1997 For additional information, contact James Borders (504) 342-8180 20 LOUISIANA ARTISTS AWARDED MINI-GRANTS "The aim of the Individual Artists Mini-Grant Program," said Lt. Gov. Kathleen Babineaux Blanco, "is to permit talented Louisiana artists to make strategic investments in themselves. These investments pay dividends to the state as a whole. The quality of the arts in Louisiana is high and we are pleased to support the work of these 20 individuals." The winners in this round of grants include a choreographer, a gospel singer, a traditional Mardi Gras mask maker, a poet, a novelist, a screenplay writer, a film and video maker, a jazz musician, a music composer, an actor/producer, seven painters/mixed media artists, a sculptor, a metalsmith and a printmaker. These artists will use the grant funds on a wide range of activities from attending professional conferences to purchasing art supplies. The Individual Artists Mini-Grant Program has semi-annual deadlines the first of March and the first of September. It is open to all professional artists living in Louisiana. For additional information, contact the Louisiana Division of the Arts, P.O. Box 44247, Baton Rouge, LA 70804 (504/342-8180), or at on the Internet.

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