Build your Portfolio and Expand your Network
If you’re studying the arts, you know how important it is to build a portfolio to establish your career and how valuable and rewarding it is to network with fellow creatives. ArtKôz allows you to do that – and more. If you’re pursuing a career in the following areas:
Visual and Performing Arts
Connect & Collaborate
Through this platform, you can see projects posted by companies and or post your own projects for others to collaborate on and deliver through ArtKôz. Participate in student posted projects that match your skills and interests. Work with your school to complete company posted projects. Engaging on the platform can give you have a foothold into the workforce and allow you to grow your portfolio.
Many of the companies that post projects on ArtKôz seek to make a positive difference in the world through fulfilling social responsibility objectives or missions. So, while you’re benefiting from this digital art platform through visibility of your art form and connections with companies that can provide you with workforce development experiences, you can also impact the world in a positive way. Causes supported by corporate and nonprofit organizations on ArtKôz may be in the areas of, but are not limited to:
Connect with Fellow Creatives and Grow Your Talent
The student forum is an excellent place to network with like-minded people, where you can brainstorm ideas, share experiences and otherwise connect with other creatives. You can network with people in your artistic discipline as well as people who are studying other forms of art.
Projects For Your Skill
Stay in the Know About Posted Projects
Stay active on the platform to learn about posted projects and work with your school to engage in projects that attract your interest and fit your unique skills. Your desirable contributions have the potential to attract the attention of employers and will build up your creative arts portfolio.
Collaborate. Anytime. Everywhere.
Connect with Everyone and Get the Work Done
You can meet other creative arts students who are participating in ArtKôz, and then work in groups and otherwise collaborate with like-minded people. This is especially helpful when projects require multi-disciplinary contributions but is an option with any projects.