Photo Profs Share What’s Key in The Field Right Now

April 30, 2013

For many of its early years, photography was thought to be at best a useful tool, at worst an aberration. Critics alternately heralded the medium as a miracle and debated ...

Great Jobs for Photo Grads

April 30, 2013

Photography graduates are finding exciting opportunities to work in a wide array of fields. Here is a list of different career options gleaned from real-life stories in the art world ...

How to Choose the Best Photo School for You

April 30, 2013

The contemporary world of media turns on photography; we understand its applications and implications to be practically endless. This multiplicity directly affects those who study it. Potential students in the ...

Going Beyond the Gallery

June 1, 2012

Most people think of galleries as the best place to see art. But there are actually a lot of other sites showing stellar art that can get overlooked. This list ...

Terrific Summer Reads for Art Students

June 1, 2012

Art students are often so bogged down by dense theoretical readings that the last thing they want to do in summer is pick up a book. But there’s a world ...

Save Money on Art Supplies

May 18, 2012

Art supplies are a perennial line item in most artists’ budgets—one that can grow more daunting when it's time to repay student loans. Here’s some helpful advice for anyone looking ...

Crowdfund Your Next Creative Project

May 18, 2012

Grants aren’t the only way to fund art projects anymore. Many established, working artists are also using crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo. Here, Toronto artist Surendra Lawoti shares his tips for ...

Improve Your Work-Life Balance

May 4, 2012

Cultural careers often attract very dedicated individuals who love their work and invest heavily in it. But a lack of work-life balance can lead to burnout in any profession. Consider ...

Skills for Summer-Job Season

May 4, 2012

Summer-job season has arrived for most post-secondary students, and is on the way for those enrolled in high school too. Here’s some advice for getting through, whether you’ve secured a ...

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