Many of these skills you will have developed throughout the course of your study at university. Take the time to look through the list and try to think of an occasion when you have demonstrated these skills. Try to identify your weaknesses and consider how you might improve your profile.
Using the STAR structure will help you to reflect upon, identify and provide evidence for the whole range of skills you will have developed throughout your time at university, including work experiences such as internships, placements and voluntary or paid part-time work.
Fine Art and Creative Art Practice graduates often cross disciplines and they are well placed to be effective in all sectors of a knowledge based society due to their capacity for creative and analytical thought; this is something highly valued by a wide range of employment sectors. They are typically found in the media, marketing, public relations, arts administration or arts education. Specific roles include advertising art director, arts administrator, art therapist, exhibition designer, curator, teacher and visual merchandiser. They may work part-time as practitioners while fulfilling management and academic roles.
Below, is a list of job descriptions that are relevant to your field of study or interests. The following links provide useful information on what each role entails and the skills required for fulfilling the roles successfully.