Do you ever wonder how your friends get cool internships and jobs in film, television, theatres, museums, and the music industry?
Do you ever catch yourself thinking, “How do people break into those awesome careers in the arts and entertainment industry? What do they have that I don’t have?”
The answer to your question: Nothing but some good connections and a little insider know-how.
The Careers in Arts and Entertainment Panel will feature professionals with extensive expertise in this fascinating field, and students will have the chance to network with these professionals.
So whether you’re a student in the College of Music and Fine Arts and an arts aficionado, or you’re a history major who has always wanted to try working in the film industry, the Careers In Arts and Entertainment Panel has something for you!
Featuring arts and entertainment professionals from:
- Contemporary Arts Center (Associate Director- non-profit visual arts museum/performance venue)
- Southern Rep Theatre (Managing Director- non-profit live theatre)
- Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra (Director of Education- non-profit orchestra; private lesson teacher; professional performer)
- TV and film costume design industry (Costume Designer for various TV and film productions- current costume supervisor on the major motion picture “Contraband” starring Mark Wahlberg and Kate Beckinsale)
- Moderated by Music Marketing Professor Billy O’Connell
Thurs., Feb. 17
12:30 p.m. – 2 p.m.
Audubon Rm., Danna Ctr.
Meet arts and entertainment professionals and learn:
- What careers in the exciting field of arts and entertainment really entail.
- How to get started in this career path.
- What degrees are necessary.
- And so much more.