Whether you are a student of architecture, studio art, graphic design, theater design, film or other creative and visual arts, you may have to present a compilation of your work with a portfolio. As artistic careers and graduate programs are very selective, it is essential to craft a professional portfolio that best communicates your skills and potential. Creating a portfolio includes conducting research on the organization or graduate program’s requirements, exploring examples of other artists' portfolios, diversifying your mediums and styles and showcasing in-progress work, all while promoting your originality.
This article by experts from the Agora Gallery, a New York Chelsea Art District contemporary fine art gallery, further describes the portfolio creation process and includes valuable tips for students pursuing jobs in a creative field. Read more at How to Create a Professional Portfolio.