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Creativepool is the networking resource for creative companies and individuals where it’s all about the work

Creativepool is the networking resource for creative companies and individuals where it’s all about the work

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How to write a creative CV Creative CVs are used to apply for jobs in the creative fields: those involving advertising, the media, graphics and multimedia Don't let the medium interfere with the message Start by producing a standard CV. Only when the wording is excellent consider into something that is a bit different: get the content right before focusing on the design. CIDA We are legion We have 12,000 creative and cultural organisations, artists and creative entrepreneurs on our books. Small organisation – pretty large bite! Cr8net News The Whitworth Art Gallery follows its recent Art Fund Prize for Museum of the Year win with a nomination for this year’s RIBA Stirling Prize. The sixth edition of the international photography prize, created to promote debate around global sustainability, features a shortlist of 12 photographers addressing the theme of ‘disorder’. Cuban artist Tania Bruguera has been announced as the first artist-in-residence for the New York City Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs.

Artsadmin Artsadmin’s e-digest is an artists' resource featuring information on funding / commissions / platforms / calls for artists / seminars / workshops / courses / resources / jobs & opportunities and much more... It's available as a mobile app for iOS and Android devices or as a weekly email (using the links above). You can submit your own postings to the e-digest through the app or using the link below. Preimpresion Artes Gráficas: MANUAL HERRAMIENTAS DE PRODUCCIÓN PDF En este manual se van a explicar cuales son las herramientas de producción de PDF y que hace cada una de ellas. Para sacar las herramientas de producción vamos al menú ver de Acrobat, a mostrar/ocultar, de ahí a barra de herramientas y por último herramientas rápidas. Con esto desplegamos las herramientas en la barra superior para tener un rápido acceso a ellas. Las herramientas de producción de impresión con las que vamos a trabajar son las siguientes: VISTA PREVIA DE SALIDA. La vista previa de salida nos permite ver el perfil con el que estamos trabajando, si hay alguna tinta plana, las separaciones de cada una de las tintas con las que trabajamos, también podemos ver la cobertura de tinta en cada zona desplazando el cursor sobre la zona que queremos ver, la cobertura total de tinta que utilizamos, se puede simular el color del papel.

Jobs in art & culture £40,000 - £40,000 (pro rata) Closing date: 08 May 2017 TVA seeks a dynamic and ambitious new CEO to lead the organisation in an exciting period of growth and transition. Noise Latest Freelance & Commissions Find creative one-off jobs and commissions to build your own personal à la carte, portfolio career. Image ‘Battery View’ by Chris Dent View all

Facebook for artists: 20 ways to get more fans Have you been struggling to find an audience for your art on Facebook? Today I’m going to show you how to start attracting fans, get more ‘likes’ on your artist Facebook page and leverage the people you’ve already engaged with to build an audience by creating great, share-worthy posts. I’ll also get into some tricks for advanced targeting to make sure you’re attracting people who will actually be interested in your art and are more likely to convert into eventual buyers (the first rule of using Facebook for artists is that other visual artists aren’t usually the people who will purchase your work).

Preimpresión Plantillas para preimpresión y diseño gráfico Mirando por internet encontré una web muy interesante en la que podréis descargar una larga lista de recursos pensados para la preimpresión y el diseño gráfico. Se trata de una colección de trípticos, carpetas, calendarios, revistas o desplegables entre muchas otras cosas interesantes para el sector. Si eres un estudiante de preimpresión o diseño gráfico [...]

How to: Get a job in the music industry - The Big Music Project Very few industries are more exciting to work in than the music industry. We’re not saying that it is all glitz and glamour – it’s hard work, more so now than ever! We know that it isn’t always easy to get your foot in the door of the industry – but it is possible. First and foremost, it is important to be clear about the role you want within the industry and work towards the skills required to fulfil it. Proving that you have the enthusiasm to learn more and adapt in an industry which is constantly changing and innovating will also help. Like any other industry, the record industry wants to recruit and retain the very best talent from within the worlds of digital, marketing, A&R, communications, sales, and much more.

AIR « a-n The Artists Information Company Established by a-n as an integral part of a-n’s Artist membership for practising visual and applied artists, AIR identifies and explores issues that impact on artists’ practice. AIR Council are an advisory group who help identify and explore issues that impact on artists’ practice. AIR announces campaign to improve payment of artists. AIR Council’s Joseph Young continues research into artists’ pensions. University of Arts London Manual de producción gráfica - Kaj Johansson Esta segunda edición completamente revisada y actualizada del Manual de producción gráfica. Recetas constituye una guía exhaustiva del proceso de producción gráfica, desde las primeras fases del planeamiento y concepción de un proyecto, hasta los momentos finales de producción y procesamiento para impresión. Desde que se publicó la primera edición, el sector de la producción gráfica ha sufrido transformaciones sustanciales. Las técnicas de producción gráfica se han simplificado y se ha redefinido el perfil de los profesionales implicados. Para producir material impreso de alta calidad hoy en día ya no se precisan ni equipos costosos ni sistemas de producción especiales: tan sólo son necesarios los conocimientos y el entusiasmo adecuados.

Review: Eighty Years of Book Cover Design by Joseph Connolly Books used to come naked into the world, with no paper jacket or stiffening suit of cloth-clad boards to protect the bundles of pages sewn together by the printer. Buyers were expected to commission a binding, which defined the book as their possession rather than the writer's creation. George Bernard Shaw jokily ordered his publisher to produce his study of Wagner with "gilt edges, leather binding, clasps, and a bookmarker of perforated card with a text worked on in wool"; he knew the request would be ignored. Removable jackets, introduced in the 1830s, were originally meant for disposal, like paper bags. They kept books from becoming shop-soiled, and once you got your purchase safely home you could throw away its temporary cover.

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