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  • Ad Media DesignerRockford Register Star(Rockford, Illinois)

    AD MEDIA DESIGNER The Rockford Register Star has an immediate opportunity available for a part time Advertising Media Designer working approximately 20 hours per week. Qualified applicants should show proficiency in Macintosh computer design programs (InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator), graphic reproduction arts, design and layout skill, copywriting and creative conceptualizing all within a dead...
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    Posted Fri 22nd August

  • Customer Service StaffWoodlawn Arts Academy(Rockford, Illinois)

    CUSTOMER SERVICE STAFF Looking for professional individuals with knowledge of the arts, customer service and office administrative experience preferred. Part time, 10-30 hours a week and includes working some daytime, evening, and weekend hours. Please email your resume to czepezauer@ woodlawnarts or mail it to: Attn: Christy Zepezauer, Woodlawn Arts Academy, 3807 Woodlawn Rd., Sterlin...
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    Posted Wed 27th August

  • Certified Art InstructorStockton CUSD #206(Rockford, Illinois)

    Stockton CUSD #206 Teaching Vacancy Position: Certified Art Instructor, K-12 Qualifications: Appropriate Illinois Teaching Certificate Duties: Teach beginning to very advanced high school art students as well as some elementary and middle school art classes. Applicant must be energetic and have high level ability in the visual arts to build upon an already strong program. To apply: Send letter of ...
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    Posted Wed 6th August

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Craft artists, fine artists, painters, sculptors and illustrators, as well as multi-media artists and graphic designers make up the art industry. All artists usually follow their natural talent with a degree or other training program, which gives them credibility when looking for work with a prospective employer or through self-employment. For either method, there are more available talented artists than there is demand for their work, so positions and clientele are highly coveted. Most artists begin working part-time to build their portfolio while still in school or while working at other jobs until they have enough regular work to constitute being a full-time artist.

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