Welcome to the Career Services pages for artists in the Studio Arts. Below you will find links to general resources to guide you in your search for positions in the studio arts. The tabs at the top of this guide will provide specific information to students and alumni searching for jobs in studio arts and photography.
Provides job board with membership.
The on-line version of the magazine, has all kinds of international information for artists: exhibitions, events, travel recommendations, jobs, services, classified advertising, book reviews, and more. Fogelson Library subscribes to the paper subscription of Art Form. It is available in the periodical section of the library.
Fogelson Library subscribes to these publications with job listings. Periodicals are available on the main floor of the library in the periodical section. Students can subscribe to individual memberships online to access job boards electronically.
Americans for the Arts is the nation's leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts in America. With over 50 years of service, we are dedicated to representing and serving local communities and creating opportunities for every American to participate in and appreciate all forms of the arts.
These jobs are specific to New York.
These resources will help you prepare for your portfolio, resume, cover letter, and interview:
The author of this site works with artists on a daily basis to help them focus their vision, develop a product line or portfolio, understand their market and how to reach it.
CERF+ is committed to keeping the craft field strong by keeping professional craft artists at work. Good business practices contribute to the likelihood of rebounding from setbacks, whether due to minor mishaps or major emergencies.
At EmptyEasel our goal is to publish helpful information for both new and professional artists—without any of the vague or confusing “artspeak” common to the art world.
This is a finely tuned listing of career-advancing opportunities for artists, culled from national and international listings, which arrives weekly by email. It includes grants, exhibition opportunities, job listings, and more. An individual subscription costs $50 per year.
This site has national information for artists: jobs, opportunities, and event listings.
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