Welcome to Arts2Work!

Arts2Work is a national creative workforce movement focused on equity and inclusion, designed to provide career opportunities and a vibrant network for talented emerging artists and storytellers — regardless of whether they went to college or have connections in the film industry. We have:

  • Apprenticeships
  • Advanced Labs and Creative Studios
  • Learn more about these programs at arts2work.media

About the Learning Hub

The Learning Hub is all about opening media arts and creative tech career pathways in industries where it is often really hard to get started and build a sustainable career. Sign up for free and use this site to learn, share, and connect.

Learn

Develop creative and technical skills by watching the short video tutorials (some from us, some from our partners, and some curated from around the web). Get inspired and make some work!

Share

Publish your profile with a link to your portfolio or reel. Add links to your social accounts so that other users can follow or connect with you about collaboration opportunities!

Connect

Build relationships with other creatives and potential employers both on the site, through articles we send out, and through virtual career events (Arts2Work Conversations).

Learning Tips

  • Hit the + sign to add tutorials to “My Trainings” and collect the content that is right for you
  • Keep track of what you’ve done.
  • Create a complete and publish your profile so other creatives can find you.
  • Once you have 5 or more published projects, contact us so we can set up an interview with a potential employer!

Featured Artist: Alexandria Griffiths

Hello, I am Alexandria! I love to see a project come to fruition from its inception! Since working in media I have acquired skills in project management, assistant video editing, and currently associate producing. I have experience using Adobe Premiere Pro, and project management tools such as JIRA, Asana, AirTable, and Trello.

When I am not doing freelance work, I am studying for my master's degree in Entertainment Law. My end goal is to help creatives understand the necessary steps needed to protect their creations.

I am still interested in growing more and doing more creative projects with Adobe Premiere; however, later on, this year I am hoping to get experience in the legal side of the field so I can learn more to further help people. I'm also passionate about children involved/working in media and their safety.

Website

Location: Remote if possible

“Hi. I’m Saki, the community manager. I help manage all the resources we provide here, and I’m here to answer all your questions. Need help getting started?