Affirms New Age Artists and Designers Are Creating Modern Careers

In response to an article published by USC News,, a leading directory of art majors, discusses the abundance of jobs available to designers and artists.

BOHEMIA, N.Y., May 19, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ --, a leading online directory of art majors, details how artists and designers are creating different types of jobs in categories that did not exist years ago.


According to an April 30th article published by USC News titled "Designers and artists are creating careers of the future," technology has paved the way for many artists and designers. In fact, technology has increased the possibilities for artists looking for careers. For instance, traditional artists now have the ability to create digitally printed advertisements, or design artificial video environments for musicians.

The article says that many students use new technology to enhance their artwork. While some traditional artists may be wary of adapting their skills, Andrew Huang, a filmmaker and artist that has created music videos for leading musicians, says, "The technology will always change. Your eye won't."

Andrew Girard, a representative at, a directory of art majors, says art is an important degree, especially now. "More industries are relying on creative individuals to bring ideas to life," he says. "Art is not just about painting and sculpting anymore. It's about adapting your artistic skills for new technologies and using it to create promotional pieces for brands or individuals."

Girard says that many art schools now prepare students for working in other types of industries. "A student with a strong background in fine arts, drawing or painting, might be able to hone their skills to become a graphic designer for a marketing company," he explains. "With the ever-changing world of technology, the possibilities are endless." is a comprehensive directory of art degrees, art schools and art-related programs listed and maintained by, the leading platform for job seekers. is dedicated to assisting prospective artists, teachers, and students find schools, jobs, and programs best suited for their preferences. Whether you're looking for a new job, a new school or a new direction, the directory offers insight into top degree programs in a variety of fields, including graphic design, fashion design, interior design, game design, web design, photography and film. is an affiliate of, a similar directory featuring the best culinary schools in  California.

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