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What is the Arts, Information and Communications Career Cluster?

 
The Arts, Information and Communications Career Learning Area includes a wide range of career clusters that involve the creation or transmission of information through the manipulation of a symbolic language. There is an emphasis on process and the concepts of creativity, integrity, and aesthetic awareness. A product is usually associated with that process, but it is the process that retains primary importance. 
 
 

How to Pursue Education and Training in Arts, Information and Communications

   
Arts, audio/video technology, and communications workers use creativity and their talents on the job. You might work for an audience as a performer or artist. This includes painters, dancers, sculptors, actors, and singers. Or, you might work behind the scenes to make a performance successful. This includes set designers, editors, broadcast technicians, and camera operators.
   
Information Technology (IT) work involves the design, development, support, and management of hardware, software, multimedia, and systems integration services. This industry has a revolutionary impact on the economy and society. IT careers are available in every sector of the economy. 
 
 

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