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Artists, Designers, & Performers

Interest Areas

music visual arts writing and journalism Performing Arts Architecture/design

People in these fields...

Artists, designers, performers

spend time developing opportunities to showcase work; telling stories; influencing user experiences; building portfolios; studying and rehearsing roles; and collaborating with other arts organizations and individuals.

This career community focuses on using various media to convey creative expression through visual arts, music, dance, theatre, creative writing, architecture, design, and film.

Certificates to consider:

Arts Engagement


Research Experience Program

Calendar of Events

screen capture of University Career Center Career Communities calendar of events fall 2020 linking to PDF



Events, Workshops, & Info Sessions

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Student Spotlights

Year in School & Major:

Senior in Graphic Design

Internship/Job Organization:

Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City

Year in School & Major:

Senior in Industrial Design and Business Marketing

Internship/Job Organization:

Yeti, Austin, TX

Year in School & Major:

Senior in Architecture

Internship/Job Organization:

Colorado Dept. of Transporation

Video Spotlights from KU Interns

Resume Samples

Music (pdf)

Event Planning (pdf)

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