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Art Jobs -- a condensed list


From: JDecker (JDecker_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Mar 21 2001 - 17:54:46 PST

Advertising Design
Ad designer; Art director; Computer Graphics Designer, Layout designer;
Typographer; Television commercials,Web Designer

Architect, City Planner, Environmental Designer, Landscape Architect,
Architectural graphics, Architectural Delineator

Designer: store and corporate; Art/creative director; Mechanical: layout,
paste-up, lettering; Production manager; Artist, Specialist, Director:
Multimedia, Computer, Animation, Presentation graphics, Telecommunications,
Image processing, Data visualization, Digital video, Broadcasting, Special
effects, Image Computing

Free lance; TV/Video camera man; Film editor; Animator

Free Lance; Fashion; Advertisements; Cartoonist; Animator, Publications;
Medical illustration; Television storyboards

Industrial Design:
Product designer; Package designer; Exhibit designer; Model maker

Interior Design:
Commercial and residential designer; Space planner; Historic restoration;
Lighting consultant; Furniture designer

Free lance; Staff Photographer; TV/video camera man; Photo/slide librarian;
Film editor; Animator. Creative Film Director/Producer.

Commercial printing; Reproductions; Book design. Fine Art printer-Self
employes, Fine Art Workshop/Master printer, Fine Art Workshop/Paper making.

Model maker; Foundry jobs; Furniture designer; Playground designer. Studio

Set & Costume Design:
Designers for movie, television & theater; Window design

Surface Pattern Design
Designer: Fabrics, Wall coverings, Floor Coverings, Dinnerware, Greeting

Textile designer; Pattern designer. Studio Weaver

Free lance; TV/video camera man; Audio visual specialist; Photographic Art
director; Creative Film director/producer; Production manager; Film editor

Designer: furniture, toys, playground equipment, musical instruments,
accessories; Free-lance woodworker. Historical Craftsman/Designs and builds
his own furniture in his own woodshop facility.

Ceramics, Pottery:
Studio potter; Industrial ceramics; Commercial pottery

Art History Art Critic - essentially a journalist writting for a newspaper
and usually majored in art history, perhaps minored in English in college.

Computer Graphics: Artist/Film/Creative Film Maker.

Metalsmithing: Studio Jeweler, jewelry design

Painting: Artist in residence, Art Critic/Writer, Studio Painter, Gallery
Owner/Manager, Restoration.

This site gives a brief description of each career:

Here is the list I posted yesterday: