What can I do with my degree in Event and Experience Design?
Event and Experience Design careers
The occupations listed below are a selection of those which may interest Event Experience and Design students and graduates.
Event Organisers are involved with events from the conception stage through to the event itself. Events can include conferences, festivals, and social events among others. This is a hands-on role that can be in public, private or not-for-profit settings.
Exhibition Designers work on cultural exhibitions for galleries, museums or on commercial exhibitions including tradeshows and showcases. They work with a client to provide designs to meet their ideas and requirements and may also have involvement with the construction.
Set Designers work in Film, Television and/or Theatre creating the set in collaboration with other members of a production crew. Clear communication and creativity are essential for this role.
Brand Designers work with clients to create a distinct identity for their product or service
Marketing Executives are involved in promoting products and services through marketing campaigns and strategies.
Job profile of a Marketing Executive on the All About Careers website
Job profile of a Marketing Executive on the Prospects website
Job profile of a Marketing Executive on the National Careers Service website
Visual Merchandisers work to promote images, products, services and brands through visual concepts and strategies.
Job profile of a Visual Merchandiser on the Prospects website
Job profile of a Visual Merchandiser on the National Careers Service website
Job profile of a Visual Merchandiser on the All About Careers website
Prop Makers create items used on set in film, theatre and television production.
Advertising Art Director
Advertising Art Directors work on the creative, visual elements of an advertising campaign. They work in a variety of media and typically work alongside a Copywriter for the textual elements.
An arts administrator manages activities and services which support the arts sector, involving projects and initiatives provided by arts organisations
Job profile of an Arts Administrator from the Prospects website
job profile of an Arts Administrator from the TARGET Jobs website
job profile of an Arts Administrator from the National Careers Service website
Community Arts Worker
Community arts worker is more of an umbrella term as job titles tend to relate quite closely to the role or type of work, for example arts development officer, youth engagement officer, youth arts practitioner, and community projects assistant.
Job profile of a community arts worker from Prospects
Job profile of a community arts worker from the TARGET jobs website
Job profile of a community arts worker from the National Careers Service website
Job profile of a Community Art Worker from the Creative Choices website
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Please note that some of these careers may require further study.
For further information on these careers, see also:
- I Want To Work In
- Information on types of jobs from Prospects
- Information on career sectors from TargetJobs
People in some Event and Experience Design roles may be self-employed