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Job OPPORTUNITIES<br />In The Media Industry<br />
Performing Arts<br />
Casting Directors<br />Dialect Coaches<br />Stage Directors<br />Has to contact the actors, hold auditions, assemble casts...
Choreographers<br />Musicians<br />Song Writers<br />Duties include writing songs, to get the songs recorded and send the ...
Choreographers<br />Dance Teachers<br />Ballerinas/Danseurs<br />Combine and arrange original dances, combining steps and ...
Visual Arts<br />
Make-up Artists<br />Jewellery Designers<br />Make-up artists ensure that performers, models, presenters, actors etc. The ...
Graphic Designers<br />Graphic D<br />Graphic Design<br />
Gallery<br />
Media<br />
Job opportunities & descriptions in the creative media industry
Job opportunities & descriptions in the creative media industry
Job opportunities & descriptions in the creative media industry
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Job opportunities & descriptions in the creative media industry

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Job opportunities & descriptions in the creative media industry

  1. 1. Job OPPORTUNITIES<br />In The Media Industry<br />
  2. 2. Performing Arts<br />
  3. 3. Casting Directors<br />Dialect Coaches<br />Stage Directors<br />Has to contact the actors, hold auditions, assemble casts and negotiate with actors & agents<br />Job role consists of working with the cast on voice, accents, speech and languages. Helping cast to project their voices.<br />This job consists of being in charge of production during the actual performance, stage directors are usually hired or they apply for the job.<br />Production Managers<br />Actor/Actress<br />Costume Designers<br />Responsibilities for the planning and physical realisation of each production. Organising the purchase and delivery of all production materials, manage and strictly control budget and plan and produce detailed, strict schedules<br />Actors perform in the actual performance. Portraying characters through emotion, dance, music, body language and facial expressions.<br />Responsible for designing all costumes used in productions and is involves in communicating with set designers and directors. Job also consists of shopping and finding appropriate materials.<br />Writers<br />Lighting Managers<br />Are in charge of developing all creative writing of productions. Most writers work freelance or are self-employed.<br />Are usually employed, their main function is to arrange lighting equipment for every production. A lighting manager designs the colour and animation of the lights.<br />Drama<br />
  4. 4. Choreographers<br />Musicians<br />Song Writers<br />Duties include writing songs, to get the songs recorded and send the songs to publishers who would license the music.<br />Choreographers create and arrange original dances, combining steps and movements to form an artistic whole. Choreographers are usually hired in the music industry to perform in music videos.<br />Are people who either sing vocally or play an instrument for an audience. Some tour around the world and some play for a small audience. <br />Composers<br />Music Editors<br />Tour Managers<br />Tour managers organise and accompany musicians when they tour. They are responsible for making sure a concert tour runs smoothly. Their jobs involve looking after the tour finances, making sure everyone is where they are supposed to be when they are supposed to be there . Tour manager jobs often also involve dealing with the personal issues of the other people on tour and generally making sure that everyone on tour is happy.<br />Usually works in a studio editing tracks. Music editors duties include communicating with the song writers and artists.<br />Job duties consist of creating original music, musical ideas, using knowledge of harmonic, rhythmic, melodic, and tonal structure and other elements of music theory.<br />Music Promoters<br />Music Producers<br />Promoters work hand in hand with agents and bands to make shows happen. They get the word out about upcoming events and make sure there is a full house to hear the band.<br />Oversee all aspects of the recording processes to make sure finish product is perfect.<br />Music<br />
  5. 5. Choreographers<br />Dance Teachers<br />Ballerinas/Danseurs<br />Combine and arrange original dances, combining steps and movements to form an artistic whole to either perform or teach to former dancers.<br />Teach pupils in forms of dancing, they also explain and demonstrate techniques and methods of a sequence of movements of the body to a rhythm or music.<br />Ballerinas and Danseurs usually have to do training from a young age such as 7 or 8. This job consists of expressing emotion and acting out stories through movement of their bodies. <br />Theatrical Dancers<br />Dance Therapists<br />Street Dancers<br />Theatrical dancers, as usual have to be creative and use a range of big movements they perform in front of an audience. They work in the theatre. They combine or perform dance in a musical.<br />A dance therapists job consists of working with the dancer to develop the dancers unique way of dancing. A Dance therapist's goal is to develop a safe environment that helps the client to discover their own body movement.<br />Street dancers have to be creative and think on their feet. Street dancing includes a range of movements including body popping and locking.<br />Tap Dancers<br />Jazz Dancers<br />Tap dancing is a form of dance that involves movement of the feet. Tap dancers make frequent use of syncopation. Improvisation is just one of the skills needed to become a tap dancer. <br />Jazz dancers are most commonly used on Broadway and in television, movies, and nightclubs. It is not a modern form of dancing.<br />Dance<br />
  6. 6. Visual Arts<br />
  7. 7. Make-up Artists<br />Jewellery Designers<br />Make-up artists ensure that performers, models, presenters, actors etc. The work involves creating images and characters through the medium of make-up. Make-up artists create the make-up requirements of clients to produce a visual representation for the client or audience.<br />Jewellery designers make body accessories using different materials like precious diamonds, gold and silver.Jewellery designers create pieces that can have great sentimental significance or symbolic meaning and so that they can be wearable.<br />Fashion Designers<br />A fashion designers job consists of working on designing a piece of clothing or accessory. Depending on when and where they work fashion designers could be given a brief to work towards or working to their own brief meaning they would have to focus on the colour and style requested or wanted.<br />Fashion Photographers<br />Fashion photographers take pictures of the latest accessories, clothes, hairstyles and make-up. This job consists of travelling to different locations for photo-shoots it also involves being in contact with models, agents and fashion designers.<br />Textile Designers<br />Textile designers create two-dimensional designs that can be used as a repetitive design, in the production of knit, weave and printed fabrics or textile products. They also work in projects involving interior and fabrics for clothing.<br />Fashion & Textiles<br />
  8. 8. Graphic Designers<br />Graphic D<br />Graphic Design<br />
  9. 9. Gallery<br />
  10. 10. Media<br />

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