Interviews were conducted with artist Abeba Desalegn. If you think you have what it takes to become the next Dolce and Gabbana, Mozart, or Pablo Picasso, then you are reading the right section. Both financially and personally rewarding, a career in the performing and visual arts would be fulfilling.
All admirers of the performing and visual arts have the wonderful opportunity to make a living from their interests. The study of visual and performing arts encompasses a variety of subjects, including theatre, graphic design, music, studio art, and other subjects. Graduates in the visual and performing arts are more in demand than you might think. They don’t just work in studios or productions for movies or television. They are also sought after in the marketing, public relations, advertising, and publishing industries.
The majority of jobs in the visual arts do not require a bachelor’s degree, but professional training in dance, music, or painting is recommended early on. Making the first breakthrough in this field might be difficult, but once you do, you’ll inevitably climb the ladder to fame and fortune. Dancers and choreographers create dance movements, direct stage productions, and choreograph dances to convey ideas and concepts. Dancers use a variety of movements from ballet, hip-hop, jazz, tap, contemporary dance, and other dance styles. producers of live shows and stage directors who also choreograph dance routines. On stages, in movies, shows, and videos, dancers perform.