If your kids are creative and imaginative, art school could be just what you’re looking for to express their creativity. Art may not be a vocational subject – that is, one that leads to a specific career – but this doesn’t mean it won’t be good preparation for the world of work. You can turn a passion for the art of the young artists into a professional career that they can actually make a decent living doing. They might find happiness as an antique art restorer, a police sketch artist, creative art director, or in advertising. The list is huge.
If your kid will choose to be an Art Gallery Curator or Investor what it will be like?
In the art world, the title of "curator" identifies a person who selects and often interprets different works of art, whether they be paintings, statues, tapestries, or video art. In addition to selecting works, the curator is often responsible for writing labels, catalogue essays, and other content supporting art exhibitions.
Art curators have an eye for a variety of art forms and a passion for staging artwork in a way that creates interest in the exhibition space—whether it is small or large, contained within four walls, or staged outdoors.
You may work for an art gallery or find a career with a museum.
You'll need a bachelor's degree in art, art history, museum studies, or archeology.
Fashion designer. l If you are hoping to become the next Tommy, Calvin, or Vera, the chances to fit into the industry are greatly increasing if your child has a good set of artistic skills and a good sense of colour.
A fashion designer creates clothing, including dresses, suits, pants, and skirts, and accessories like shoes and handbags, for consumers. He or she can specialize in clothing, accessory, or jewellery design, or may work in more than one of these areas.
Some fashion designers focus on costume design and create wardrobes for television, movie, and theatre productions. A costume designer researches the styles and periods of clothing that make film or theatrical productions look realistic.
Art Academica works with kids on all of those essential skills. Every lesson we talk about the colour palette and harmony of the colours, tonal and saturation properties.
If you think about a great career for your kid then think about Animator or 3D animator.
Animators create animation and visual effects for everything from films and video games to television, mobile devices and other forms of media using illustrations and software programs. Animators also create graphics and develop storyboards, drawings, and illustrations. They create a plan, and script animated narrative sequences and assist with background design and production coordination.
Animators may also research upcoming projects to help create realistic designs or animation, they edit animation and effects on the basis of feedback from directors, other animators, game designers, or clients, and they meet with clients, other animators, games designers, directors, and other staff (which may include actors) to review deadlines and development timelines.
As you can see the field is huge and getting even bigger! But if you want your talented kid a place in there you need to think about art basis our school can give you from the age of 5. Feeling of proportions and balance, colour and tone are the concrete fundamentals future animator will use the whole professional life through.
To be an art appraiser, you will need to become an art connoisseur, so it is to your advantage to have a passion for art. In other words, you must love gazing endlessly at aesthetic objects like ceramics and paintings. If you don't have this desire, you will not succeed in this career.
The first step to becoming an art appraiser is to get a college degree. There is the point there Art Academica can help you. In our school, we are not only painting but also we are learning about artists and their influential ideal on art. Majoring in art is the way to go. A degree in art history is what many art appraisers earn.
Graphic designers incorporate images and text into everything from company logos to promotional materials and more and illustrators create those images it is why they often work shoulder by shoulder. Their skills can be valuable to a lot of different industries, but getting a foot in the door typically requires that entry-level designers have a strong portfolio they've developed through coursework or internships.
Graphic designers create visual communications to convey messages in an effective and aesthetically pleasing manner. This incorporates several tasks and responsibilities.
So what if your kid loves to create bungalows out of pillows blankets to make itself comfortable? An interior designer enhances the function, safety and aesthetics of interior spaces while taking into account how different colors, textures, furniture, lighting, and space work together to meet owners needs. He or she works with both private and public spaces including residences, shopping malls, schools, offices, and hospitals.
Interior designers usually work in cooperation with other professionals such as architects, general contractors, and engineers to complete projects. They must be able to draw, read and edit blueprints, and they also must know about building regulations and codes.
We often think of architects as plan creators, but they are so much more. While a great deal of their focus is on the way buildings and other structures look, they are just as concerned with their function, safety and aesthetic look. In designing structures, they must also be attentive to the visualisation of the people who will use them and the projects' budgets.
Your artist will acquire all the technical skills need to work in this field through education and training, but without certain characteristics, called creative skills, it will be almost impossible to succeed. Creativity is necessary. It will allow you to come up with new ideas. You must also have the ability to visualize how a structure will look once it is built or after changes are made to it. Good listening, problem-solving, and art-making skills are imperative.
From small brush strokes and huge blobs of paint grows our future!
Sounds interesting? Just think each of those big careers requires strong art skills Art Academica can give to your child.