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Postby karate0kat » Wed Mar 24, 2010 10:41 am

I've been updating my artist resume today to include my two most recent exhibitions. But it occurred to me that I also should include a design job I did. I created a design for a pair of art deco doors for an old movie theatre I used to work for. I'm not sure how to denote this on my resume. It's different than anything else I've done. Any ideas?
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Postby Singular » Wed Mar 24, 2010 11:27 am

Hey karate0kat,

In addition to an area in your resume for exhibitions or awards, you should also have an area for experience, listing current and previous jobs. You should list this design job under professional experience. At the bottom of your resume, you should state that portfolio and/or references are available upon request. If you have a website which contains your portfolio, you should supply a link to that on your resume.

Hope that helps.
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