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The Macondo Foundation is conducting a national search for an Executive Administrator. Responsibilities include: fundraising, organizational business administration, event planning and public communications. For a detailed job description please read below. Compensation commensurate with experience. Interested applicants can submit resume and cover letter to macondo@macondofounation.org by May 31, 2010. Macondo Executive Administrator Job Description Summary: The Executive Administrator of the Macondo Foundation directs the overall operations, management, and development of the organization and its programs, personnel, budgets, ... market research, surveys and trends
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Celia Grace Squire is a freelance Illustrator and Storyboard Artist. Born in Canada, Celia received her BA in Illustration from Camberwell College of Art in 2006. Celia has exhibited at Corsica Studios and The Truman Brewery. Celia also co-founded the company ‘framebyframe’ which collects the best new animation in London, creates a showreel, and screens it at prestigious cinemas. Celia also spent much of 2005 storyboarding for several directors including Clare Harvey for Amariilo Films, whose short film One Minute Silence is being screened for the first time this month. Celia Squire wants to eventually write and ... market research, surveys and trends

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Matt Crafton will make his second career start in the ARCA Racing Series Presented by RE/MAX and Menards on Saturday, July 10, driving the Kimmel Racing No. 88 Messina Wildlife Management/Menards Ford Fusion in the Prairie Meadows 200 at Iowa Speedway. Crafton's entry means that the veteran will pull double duty at the track. Combined with his participation in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) event on July 11, Crafton will complete 400 laps on the 0.875-mile track over two days. Crafton will run Menards-backed cars for both races. The No. 88 Messina Wildlife Management/Menards Ford Fusion will carry the special ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
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Alexandra Artigas
Freelance Illustrator and Storyboard Artist in the U.S at leading Latin advertising agencies such as Casanova Pendrill, Al. Punto Advertising, Lopez Negrete ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Artists and Related Workers
Keen competition is expected for both salaried jobs and freelance work because the arts attract many talented people with creative ability. Artists usually develop their skills through a bachelor's degree program or other postsecondary training in art or design. Earnings for self-employed artists vary widely; some well-established artists earn more than salaried artists, while others find it difficult to rely solely on income earned from selling art. Artists create art to communicate ideas, thoughts, or feelings. They use a variety of methods—painting, sculpting, or illustration—and an assortment of materials, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Academy of Art University: Online Illustration School, Online ...
The online School of Illustration currently offers Master of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, and Associate of Arts degree programs. The program provides a strong curriculum taught by professionals, emphasizing the fundamentals that are required to excel in the commercial field. The curriculum focuses on changing industry needs and teaches students the skills that are in demand. Students receive a balance of classical art skills and technical training in new media so they may develop portfolios for professional employment. The new Graphic Illustration degrees comprise an exciting new program, bringing together the disciplines ...
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Where can I find more information about Elan Harris the commercial ...
Elan trained as a painter at Central St Martins in London, he also developed a keen interest in the rapid growth of art and design technology within the computer industry learning both rasta and vector software such as Photoshop, Illustrator and Painter IX. Now based in NYC, Elan is working as a commercial Illustrator mixing his traditional drawing skills with digital rendering capabilities to produce a contrasting range of unique Illustrations in various industries including advertising, marketing, publishing, pharmaceutical, music and retail. Clients include: Honeywell international, The agency.com , Universal Music, Def Jam ...
Is a traditional artist a stable job? - Yahoo! Answers
Drawing is my only talent and although my dad doesn't support pursuing an art career, I think it is my only option. I'm NOT interested in the medical/science field which my parents want me to pursue.. Just wondering, is a traditional realistic artist a stable job? I want to make a decent amount of money. I don't think I have a unique distinct "style" yet that a lot of artists get famous for. I'm especially looking for the viewpoint of an artist who gets their income by drawing. How does one get art opportunities after college? here's my portfolio if you're curious: ...