Visual, Written and Performing Arts
Visual, Written, and Performing Arts is a career community focused on using various mediums to convey creative expression through visual arts, theatre, dance, and film. Positions in this field spend time developing opportunities to showcase work, building portfolios, studying and rehearsing roles, and collaborating with other arts organizations and individuals.
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Personal or general interests that indicate this community might be a good fit:
Dancing, writing, reading, singing; playing an instrument, drawing, painting, theater, movies, fashion, make-up, ceramics, photography, crafting
Industries in which
Careers you might consider
Meet Your Career Coach:
Barbara C. Harvey, MS
A native of Chicago, Barbara earned a B.A. in Applied Behavioral Science and an M.S. in Community Counseling from National Louis University in Illinois. She joined the Center for Career and Professional Success in 2019, bringing her experience in community mental health and her experience working with continuing education for adult learners at NLU. Barbara is excited to encourage students to explore and embrace opportunities that allow them to stretch and grow their professional goals.
Jobs and Internships for members of this Career Community
Guides and tip sheets you'll find useful:
Helpful Links for members of this Career Community
Visual, Written and Performing Arts
Archinect (I J)
Since 1997, Archinect has been connecting students in fields such as interior design, project management, and architecture with their job board and news site.
Tons of great resources, tips, and job finding tools - as well as postings for freelance work - for the creative entrepreneur
American Alliance of Museums (I J)
Search for jobs and internships in museums across the U.S. for positions in conservation, development, arts education, and more.
ARTSEARCH (I J)
Breaks posted positions into categories of art, education, theater, museum and gallery, library, and music
Association of Performing Arts Professionals (J)
The APAP site offers a job bank and career center to post resumes, apply for jobs, and sign up for job alerts.
Book Jobs (I J)
BOOKJOBS.COM was created to aid in the recruiting of the best and the brightest college graduates around the country.
Dance/USA (I J)
Search tool for jobs, auditions, and internships.
Greater Columbus Arts Council
Tap into the abundance of local opportunities in the written, visual and performing arts right in Columbus
International Society for the Performing Arts (I J)
ISPA career center page allows internship, fellowship, and job seekers to discover current opening across the globe.
PlayBill.com (I J)
Site focuses on theatre and live production opportunities
Musical America Worldwide (J)
A comprehensive resource for musicians featuring industry information, professional development resources, and networking information.
Publishers Marketplace (J)
The “definitive source for jobs in publishing”.
Publishers Weekly (J)
The Job Zone page posts a large variety of jobs in publishing across the country.
Draft2Digital (J, S)
Draft2Digital pulsihes ebooks for freelance writers.
If you're an employer that is interested in recruiting from this population of students at The Ohio State University, we've made it easy for you! Assistant Director of Industry Connections Hope Brinkmeier is your point of contact. Hope can help you explore our Career Fairs and Expos, our signature programs, and develop a recruiting strategy to hire from the high-caliber and diverse population of students and recent alumni.
Scott Kustis, MBA
Director, Industry Connections
Scott joined the Center for Career and Professional Success in October 2005 as a career prep advisor, and eventually moving into an assistant director role. In this role, Scott advised students on ways to build their resumes and professional competencies. He also coordinated the annual Ohio State Spring Career Fair, and served as the manager for employer relations.
In August 2018, Scott was appointed to the newly established role of Director of Industry Connections. In this role, Scott leads his team as they build relationships with businesses and brands interested in hiring high caliber and diverse talent, ready to help organizations tackle their 21st century challenges.