How to Write an Artist’s CV in 10 Steps

Useful information. Very similar to NAVA’s suggestions.

The Practical Art World

A CV or curriculum vitae is an overview of your artistic professional history and achievements. Although it looks similar to a resume, it contains different elements which are only related to your artistic professional practice.

One mistake emerging artists often make in writing their CVs is trying to oversell their work. Less is more. Your CV should be neatly organized, and only include information pertinent to your artistic career.

What should you include on a CV? Here is where how to compose one in 10 steps:

1. Personal details.

Often, more established artists will keep it simple. This is because their CV is usually referenced as a biography rather than a resume.

Damian Hirst (b. 1965, UK)

However, you can include contact information if you are sending out your CV to galleries in the hopes that they will reply:

Damian Hirst, (b. 1965, UK)
info@damianhirst.com | http://www.damianhirst.com | 604.555.1234

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Greta

A South Australian artist, Greta loves bringing colour into her collectors work and home lives. Her paintings are rich with texture, expressive mark making and energy.
Greta holds a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Hons) and a Master of Teaching (Secondary). A busy mum, Greta juggles teaching art to students of all ages and her studio practice. She has exhibited extensively throughout South Australia in successful solo and group shows, and her work is held in numerous private collections and corporate collections in Australia.
Greta loves travelling, exploring nature and painting.

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