Those working in creative fields often aren't thought of us as businesspeople or employees in the traditional sense, so it might seem odd that they'd need a résumé. But when you're applying for grants, residencies, fellowships and other creative opportunities, one of the first things you'll need to have for your application is a résumé or curriculum vitae laying out your creative career. It's a measure of how good a fit you'll be for the opportunity in question.
But résumés for the arts have some unique features, and knowing how to employ them will help you be employed in turn. Click here to learn the ins and outs of crafting an effective creative résumé.