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I would suggest applying to jobs where you could be an assistant (of sorts) in an art environment. Private companies or even city openings in parks and recreation with have art positions.
There are many companies that will provide continuing education benefits, so you could use that to your advantage to get training and a bachelor of fine art (BFA) on you are hired and benefits kick in. Since you would already have your "foot in the door" with that company, you mostly likely would have a great chance at any open positions related to your field once you get your degree.