Creative Careers by Elaina Loveland
Paths for Aspiring Actors, Artists, Dancers, Musicians and Writers

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Offering a wealth of creative career paths, accurate income information, job descriptions, and relevant college courses to take, this guide shows that creative people aren't doomed to be "starving artists" and that there are numerous ways to make a living in creative fields. More than 75 creative professions are featured from across the arts spectrum, with practical advice from working professionals about the advantages and disadvantages of their chosen creative careers. Whether one wishes to pursue the traditional path of professional performer or writer and find a related part-time arts career or wants to investigate full-time employment in creative fields, this guide shows that real world jobs can offer creative fulfillment.


About Elaina Loveland

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Elaina Loveland is a journalist, a magazine editor, an adjunct professor, a former dance teacher, and the author of Creative Colleges. She has also contributed to Adjunct Advocate, American Careers, Dance Teacher, Dance Spirit, Hispanic Outlook on Higher Education, International Educator, Pointe, and U.S. News and World Report. She lives in Arlington, Virginia.
Published May 28, 2007 by Supercollege, Llc. 352 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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