I am only 18 years old; I just graduated from high school in May. I am currently attending a community college because I changed my major more than 10 times, and I want to make sure this field is right for me. I love visual arts, metal arts, and sculpture. I attended a art high school that specialized in visual arts, and I received a scholarship to an art university this summer. What are the pros and cons ?
I spent about 2 years learning Graphic Design in college, now I am switching over to Visual Arts and following my passion after my professors told me to follow my passion. What should I do now? Is college essential for my success to be an artist? Or can I be self-taught and take non credit college classes here and there?
I am going to be a senior and I can not decide what I want to do or where to go for college. I need help to find the right job that pays good that I'll like.
And what do you think the most in-demand jobs will be in about 5-10 years?
What is illustration and howdoesit differ from Graphic Design? Is it a slightlymore arty variant? Do Illustration degrees still cover typography and layout? Is their any futurein this skill and industry?
I'm thinking about becoming a graphic artist what does it take, what do they do exactly, what courses should I take in high school, and what would I major in for college and what college would I even go to?
I am a year one design student, and my major is advertising. So I am learning graphic design and advertising in one setting. As a young grasshopper, I am constantly searching for relevant news, information, tips, and ideas to help me learn.
I've been eyeing IDPURE Magazine (Swiss), and Creative Review. A one year subscription to IDPURE, however, is only 4 issues. Is there a different magazine that will suit my needs? I know of Computer Arts, but I don't want a magazine focused heavily on tutorials that I could find elsewhere online. I am shifting more towards Advertising, with a graphic design influence, if that makes sense.
Could anyone offer any advice?
PS - I am in Canada, and there are no good American/Canadian advertising/graphic design magazines from what I hear.
Ever since I was 6 I've wanted to go into movies, but for a while now i've been thinking about cartoons. I' am in my higher class at school so if I was to do art at collage to would be no problem. But I am also thinking about going into movies, either director, Writer or actor but I don't know what qualifications I would need for that or what else I need to go into cartoons.
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what kind of career i can go into? i know it says it right there but can anyone give me an example? give me an example for web design & graphic design. what will i be doing while I'm starting my career?
Ive always wanted to study art and become an artist but ever since a couple years ago when i started highschool ive realized that there are a billion diffrent variations of "artist" and a countless careers involving art (and i want to do all of them, haha) anyway its sort of overwhelming so if anyone can give me a list of a bunch of career possibilities in art, that would be FABULOUS, thank-you!
Any great schools/colleges for this? Is a 4-yr standard or will a 2-year degree be fine?
I choose these options and Im not sure what job I could get with them:
Geography, Art, Electronics and Ict
I am 24, I have bachelor degree of visual communication (graphic design), 2 years job experience in international company, and I also work as freelancer, I have good CV, I know lots of software and I am skilled in Photography, Illustration and Web and Multimedia Designing. I also want to pursue my education in Media Management or art research, what do you think, is that increase my chances for immigration or not?
How can I immigrate to New Zealand? Can you tell me what should I do step by step? What are my chances?
Thanks in advance
@Angel : why? explain please?
Not like painting or anything like that
im not looking for a job right now. Im just trying to build my future. It just so happens Im good at Visual Arts so I was wondering if there's a job out there and pays well. or at least a decent amount. Like designing
Stop trying to advertise on this question.
i don't need any money right now. I'm still really really young. I'm practically not even allowed to work
Me and my friend are lost between the two. She is more likely to be a graphic designer, and I so wanna be a multimedia designer.
She is also very excited about being a multimedia designer.. and I just told her that each one of us can study the two, eh?
I wanna be a multimedia designer, but if being a graphic designer will help me in my dreams to be a (Journalist and author. And I wanna open my own magazine later) then I must also study graphic design and multimedia both eh? So is my friend since she wants to be a (journalist. Photographer. Artist.. and she so wants to work in a magazine too) then... she should also study both multimedia and graphic design eh?
So tell me the benefits of being a graphic designer and a multimedia designer. What's better for me and her to focus on?
What's the difference between the two? Advantages and disadvantages of the two?
What are they going to teach us when we go to college/university? (We are both 17)
Like Graphic Designer. Graphic arts/printing I dont know what kind I need a list and cant find one
If I had a degree in Fine Art, what are the possibilities I could have as jobs?