A look at a range of great prospects for artists graduating and looking for a first job - art handling, studio assisting, and more! First job answers for the art students seeking them.
Author - Anna Ogier-Bloomer
Anna Ogier-Bloomer is a fine art photographer. She has served on the graduate faculty in the School of Visual Arts MFA Fine Arts program and has been an adjunct Associate Professor of Photography at The City University of New York. Ogier-Bloomer’s photographs have been published widely online including The Huffington Post, The Daily Mail, BUST Magazine, Refinery29, Feature Shoot, among others. Her residencies include The Wassaic Artist Residency and The Feminist Incubator at Project for Empty Space, and The Bakery Photographic Collective. She holds an MFA in Photography from Parsons, an MPS in Digital Photography from SVA, and a BFA from The School of the Museum of Fine Arts. She lives and works in Chicago with her husband and two children, and travels often for her work.
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