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Working As A Group Art Supervisor

  • Thinking Creatively
  • Interacting With Computers
  • Getting Information
  • Establishing and Maintaining Interpersonal Relationships
  • Organizing, Planning, and Prioritizing Work
  • Deal with People

  • Mostly Sitting

  • Repetitive

  • Stressful

  • $95,000

    Average Salary

What Does A Group Art Supervisor Do

Art directors are responsible for the visual style and images in magazines, newspapers, product packaging, and movie and television productions. They create the overall design and direct others who develop artwork or layouts.

Duties

Art directors typically do the following: 

  • Determine how best to represent a concept visually
  • Determine which photographs, art, or other design elements to use
  • Develop the overall look or style of a publication, an advertising campaign, or a theater, television, or film set
  • Lead graphic designers, set and exhibit designers, or other design staff
  • Review and approve designs, artwork, photography, and graphics developed by other staff members 
  • Talk to clients to develop an artistic approach and style
  • Coordinate activities with other artistic and creative departments
  • Develop detailed budgets and timelines
  • Present designs to clients for approval

Art directors typically oversee the work of other designers and artists who produce images for television, film, live performances, advertisements, or video games. They determine the overall style in which a message is communicated visually to its audience. For each project, they articulate their vision to artists. The artists then create images, such as illustrations, graphics, photographs, or charts and graphs, or design stage and movie sets, according to the art director’s vision.

Art directors work with art and design staffs in advertising agencies, public relations firms, and book, magazine, or newspaper publishers to create designs and layouts. They also work with producers and directors of theater, television, or movie productions to oversee set designs. Their work requires them to understand the design elements of projects, inspire other creative workers, and keep projects on budget and on time. Sometimes they are responsible for developing budgets and timelines. 

The following are some specifics of what art directors do in different industries:

In publishing, art directors typically oversee the page layout of catalogs, newspapers, or magazines. They also choose the cover art for books and periodicals. Often, this work includes publications for the Internet, so art directors oversee production of the websites used for publication.

In advertising and public relations, art directors ensure that their clients’ desired message and image are conveyed to consumers. Art directors are responsible for the overall visual aspects of an advertising or media campaign and coordinate the work of other artistic or design staff, such as graphic designers.

In movie production, art directors collaborate with directors to determine what sets will be needed for the film and what style or look the sets should have. They hire and supervise a staff of assistant art directors or set designers to complete designs.

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How To Become A Group Art Supervisor

Art directors need at least a bachelor’s degree in an art or design subject and previous work experience. Depending on the industry, they may have worked as graphic designers, fine artists, editors, or photographers, or in another art or design occupation before becoming art directors. 

Education

Many art directors start out in another art-related occupation, such as fine artists or photographers. Work experience in art or design occupations develops an art director’s ability to visually communicate to a specific audience creatively and effectively. They gain the appropriate education for that occupation, usually by earning a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.

To supplement their work experience in those occupations and show their ability to take on a more creative or a more managerial role, some complete a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree.

Work Experience in a Related Occupation

Most art directors work 5 years or more in another occupation before becoming art directors. Depending upon the industry, they may work as graphic designers, fine artists, editors, photographers, or in another art or design occupation before becoming art directors.

For many artists, including art directors, developing a portfolio—a collection of an artist’s work that demonstrates his or her styles and abilities—is essential. Managers, clients, and others look at artists’ portfolios when they are deciding whether to hire an employee or contract for an art project.

Important Qualities 

Communication skills. Art directors must be able to listen to and speak with staff and clients to ensure that they understand employees’ ideas and clients’ desires for advertisements, publications, or movie sets.

Creativity. Art directors must be able to come up with interesting and innovative ideas to develop advertising campaigns, set designs, or layout options.

Leadership skills. Art directors must be able to organize, direct, and motivate other artists. They need to articulate their visions to artists and oversee the work as it progresses.

Resourcefulness. Art directors must be able to adapt their latest designs to the changing technology used in their industry.

Time-management skills. Balancing competing priorities and multiple projects while meeting strict deadlines is critical for art directors.

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Group Art Supervisor Demographics

Gender

Male

53.3%

Female

33.3%

Unknown

13.3%
Ethnicity

White

57.0%

Hispanic or Latino

19.3%

Asian

11.3%

Black or African American

10.1%

Unknown

2.4%
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Foreign Languages Spoken

Spanish

40.0%

Mandarin

20.0%

Cantonese

20.0%

Italian

20.0%
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Group Art Supervisor Education

Schools

School of Visual Arts

22.7%

Pratt Institute-Main

9.1%

New York University

6.8%

Moore College of Art and Design

6.8%

William Paterson University of New Jersey

6.8%

Syracuse University

4.5%

Brown University

4.5%

State University of New York at Binghamton

4.5%

Savannah College of Art and Design

4.5%

Portfolio Center

4.5%

Carnegie Mellon University

4.5%

University of Bridgeport

2.3%

Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art

2.3%

College of New Rochelle

2.3%

State University of New York Purchase

2.3%

Art Institute of Philadelphia

2.3%

Rutgers University-Camden

2.3%

Argosy University-Phoenix

2.3%

University of the South

2.3%

University of Oregon

2.3%
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Majors

Graphic Design

35.8%

Fine Arts

25.9%

Design And Visual Communication

6.2%

Theatre

4.9%

Business

3.7%

Advertising

3.7%

Computer Applications

3.7%

General Education, Specific Areas

2.5%

Marketing

1.2%

Biology

1.2%

Medical Technician

1.2%

Rehabilitation Science

1.2%

Visual And Performing Arts

1.2%

Audiovisual Communications Technologies

1.2%

Industrial Technology

1.2%

Communication

1.2%

Education

1.2%

Psychology

1.2%

Publishing

1.2%
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Degrees

Bachelors

59.3%

Masters

13.6%

Other

13.6%

Certificate

6.2%

Diploma

3.7%

Doctorate

2.5%

Associate

1.2%
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Top Skills for A Group Art Supervisor

  1. Senior-Level Art Directors
  2. New Business Pitches
  3. Graphic Design
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  • Supervised art group consisting of junior through senior-level art directors, ensuring excellence and consistency in branding and design.
  • Provided insight to agency management for business critical new business pitches, and participated in client briefings with large-tier pharmaceutical companies.
  • Developed industry- and consumer-focused advertising campaigns for multiple Bristol-Myers Squibb product launches including for HIV and hepatitis B.
  • Brand development, and stewardship.Multiple new business pitches, including multiple sclerosis, diabetes, hepatitis.
  • Monitor and delegate assignments to interactive and illustrative vendors, photographers, freelancers and art directors.

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