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Fine arts include graphic design, accessory design, painting, advertising, animation, photography, architectural/ art history, performance art, dramatic writing, fashion marketing and management, fibers, film and television, furniture design, illustration, interior design, historic preservation, motion media design, jewelry design, sequential art, production, sound design, writing and visual effects.
Judith De La Vega
There is a wide-variety of job opportunities with any particular degree you choose. In particular, the fine arts can cover many different subcategories, such as: instructors, directors, managers, and so on. One thing I would recommend is thinking about what it is in particular you would want to do with a fine arts degree. Second, I recommend searching sites like :careerbuilder.com, fineartamerica.com, linkedin.com, etc. to get a general idea of the possibilities out there and reading up more on the positions/opportunities that stand out to you the most. And most importantly, speak to your career adviser or someone working in the related field (i.e. professors, alumni) - they sometimes may have the best knowledge and connections! Hope that answers your question! :)