Visual, Written, and Performing Arts

Visual, Written, and Performing Arts is a career community focused on using various mediums to convey creative expression through visual arts, theatre, dance, and film. Positions in this field spend time developing opportunities to showcase work, building portfolios, studying and rehearsing roles, and collaborating with other arts organizations and individuals.

Advice for Student Photographers

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Journalism alum, Zach Dobson, shares advice to student photographers below. Zach is a commercial photojournalist based out of Indianapolis, IN. His portfolio includes clients such as Coca-Cola, ZipCar, OrthoIndy, AARP, and Washington Post just to name a few. Often …

By Sarah Cady
Sarah Cady Associate Director, Employer Relations Sarah Cady
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To the Class of 2018…


Spring Semester 2018. Graduation. Packing. Transition.

Saying goodbye to beloved IU and this idyllic university town can be bittersweet as you prepare to begin a new chapter.

First, congratulations on all you have accomplished since arriving in Bloomington.

What’s next? …

By Marcia Debnam
Marcia Debnam Career Coach Marcia Debnam
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What to Know Before Starting Your Graduate Program

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Making the transition from undergraduate to graduate student can be just as challenging, or even more so, than the leap from high school to college. For those of you who are starting up with an advanced degree this coming fall …

By Aaron Brutkiewicz
Aaron Brutkiewicz Graduate Intern & Career Coach Aaron Brutkiewicz
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Career Advice From a Soon-To-Be Graduate

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As my time at Indiana University and The Walter Center comes to an end, I can’t help but feel a little sad.  It’s the end of an era for me.  But over my 3 years at IU, and in my …

By Kaitlynn Cull
Kaitlynn Cull Peer Coach Kaitlynn Cull
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What a Career in Animation Looks Like

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Think of your favorite animated movie; on a scale of 1-10, how good is the animation? Awful, great, mediocre? From the moment an animated film is presented on-screen, it is already being judged by the public even those 99.9% of …

By Carrye Simmons
Carrye Simmons Peer Coach Carrye Simmons
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