4 Things To Do Before You Study Abroad

Jacqueline Abelson Career Advice, Opportunities, Student Resources

The Lonely Londoner’s Arts & Culture Guide to Study Abroad, Part 1 So you’ve decided to study abroad. Congratulations! Now what? I’m a writer headed for London to study abroad for a year (woo hoo!) and will be posting a series of articles on the arts and culture scene for Artzray, but I’ll also be sharing practical tips about the …

Behind the Scenes with an AP Art Judge

Sylvie Ramirez Career Advice, Student Resources, Visual Arts

Photo Credit nickolouse13 Behind the Scenes of AP Art “I liked grading the AP because I got a broad overview of what’s going on in the country… it puts what I do in perspective” says Barbara Thomason, a Los Angeles based artist, educator and former judge of the Advanced Placement Art Portfolio. Barbara was a master printer at Gemini G.E.L. where …

Back to School After Your First Real Job

Samantha Jacobs Career Advice, Student Resources

Photo Credit: Chris Metcalf 12 Back To School Tips 1. Keep contacts 2. Remember the drive you had 3. You’ve acted like an adult before, you can do it again (if needed) 4. Unwind and have fun – you’ve earned it 5. But don’t get lazy – keep your presence up in the professional world 6. You already have accomplishments …

Oscar Magallanes, You Have to Find Your Way – Stories from the Stream

Marshall Ayers Artist Profiles, Career Advice, Visual Arts

Artzray Host, Marisa Reisel launchs our series “Stories From The Stream.” This series of short, casual videos are shot on locations around Southern California in our ’93 Sovereign Airstream where we have conversations with artists about their work. Our first interview is with Oscar Magallanes, a mid-career visual artist who shares his approach to art, how he became an artist, …