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Career Fair Presentation - KH

  1. 1. Arts, A/V Technology & Communications<br />Kensley H.<br />
  2. 2. How to Pursue a Career…<br /><ul><li>Preparation for careers in the cluster must begin in elementary grades & continue through high school, allowing students to gain experience in the performing & Visual arts as well as in the academic foundations.
  3. 3. (The main focus of this cluster is Art in many different perspectives.)</li></li></ul><li>Different Pathways<br /><ul><li>Audio & Video Technology & Film
  4. 4. Journalism & Broadcasting
  5. 5. Performing Arts
  6. 6. Printing Technology
  7. 7. Telecommunications
  8. 8. Visual Arts
  9. 9. (All of these pathways include Art in one way or another.)</li></li></ul><li>
  10. 10. Recommended High School Courses<br />
  11. 11. Related Careers<br /><ul><li>Animator
  12. 12. Art Dealer
  13. 13. Art Director
  14. 14. Artist
  15. 15. Arts Administrator
  16. 16. Cartoonist/Comic Illustrator
  17. 17. Computer Animator
  18. 18. Conservator
  19. 19. Craftsperson
  20. 20. Curator
  21. 21. Exhibit Designer
  22. 22. Fashion Designer
  23. 23. Graphic Designer
  24. 24. Illustrator
  25. 25. Interior Decorator
  26. 26. Interior Designer
  27. 27. Jeweler
  28. 28. Medical Illustrator
  29. 29. Model Maker
  30. 30. Multimedia Developer
  31. 31. Photographer
  32. 32. Photojournalist
  33. 33. Picture Framer
  34. 34. Potter
  35. 35. Sign Marker
  36. 36. Tattoo Artist</li></li></ul><li>
  37. 37. Different Careers & Incomes<br />Tattoo Artist: $15,000 - $50,000<br />Photographer: $17,000 - $80,000<br />Artist: $20,000 - $87,000<br />Graphic Designer: $25,000 - $75,000<br />Computer Animator: $30,000 - $100,000<br />Multimedia Developer: $30,000 - $120,000<br />
  38. 38. Workplaces<br />Offices<br />Art Studios<br />Theatres<br />Shops<br />House/Buildings<br />Art Museums <br />At Home<br />
  39. 39. Career Comparison<br />
  40. 40. Work/Tasks Performed<br />Jeweler<br />Cartoonist/Comic Illustrator<br />Design & create jewelry using soldering equipment & other tools.<br />Repair & adjust old jewelry<br />Sell jewelry to customers<br />Gemologists appraise the value of gems & stones<br />Usually specialize in tasks such as selling and repairing jewelry<br />Draw cartoons, comic strips, & graphic novels<br />Develop story ideas & dialogue<br />Use pens, pencils, markers, paints, brushes, inks, and illustration software.<br />Develop a personal cartooning style<br />Free lance cartoonists must find their own clients<br />
  41. 41. Tools/Instruments/Equipment Used<br />Jeweler<br />Cartoonist/Comic Illustrator<br />Soldering Equipment and other tools.<br />Pens<br />Pencils<br />Markers<br />Paints<br />Brushes<br />Inks<br />Illustration Software<br />
  42. 42. Work Environment<br />Jeweler<br />Cartoonist/Comic Illustrator<br />Retail stores<br />Distributors<br />Repair Shops<br />Manufacturers<br />Insurance Companies<br />Self-employed<br />Ad Agencies<br />Newspapers<br />Magazines<br />Book Publisher<br />Graphic Design Studios<br />
  43. 43. Income Level & What Affects It<br />Jeweler<br />Cartoonist/Comic Illustrator<br />$19,000 - $55,000 a year for most<br />Median: $33,000 a year<br />Store manager and owners can earn more<br />Paid hourly, yearly, or on commission<br />$25,000 - $70,000 a year or more for salaried cartoonists<br />$250 - $500 per cartoon free lance cartoonist<br />Most work on free lance basis<br />
  44. 44. Required Education<br />Jeweler<br />Cartoonist/Comic Illustrator<br />At least high school diploma<br />Must complete post-secondary education related to jewelry<br />On the job training<br />2 year college<br />4 year college<br />No formal requirements<br />Completion of a post- secondary art program is helpful<br />High school<br />2 year college<br />4 year college<br />
  45. 45. Quote From a Real Person for Each Career<br />Jeweler<br />Cartoonist/Comic Illustrator<br />“I love the whole creative process of custom designing jewelry: talking with clients, trying to figure out what they want, thinking about different designs, putting them down on paper and finally turning my ideas into something real and beautiful, with gold, diamonds, pearls, rubies, and sapphires.” - Peter<br />What I like most about being a comic creator is the independence: I work from home, I set my own hours, and taking my lunch when I want. It’s flexible enough to be able to take a Tuesday off instead of a Saturday or go have a walk in the park if it’s a nice day and then I can just work a little later.” - Tara<br />
  46. 46. Websites to get more Information<br />Jeweler<br />Cartoonist/<br />ComicIllustrator<br />http://www.jewelers.org/<br />http://www.gia.edu/<br />http://www.americansociety.org/<br />http://www.msja.org/<br />http://www.jdpn.org/<br />http://www.awci.com/<br />http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos222.htm<br />http://www.reuben.org/<br />http://editorialcartoonists.com/<br />http://www.cartoon-factory.com/<br />http://www.gocomics.com/?ref=comics<br />http://www.americansforthearts.org/<br />http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos092.htm<br />

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