The first time Shirin Karoubi (BA, 2013) stepped through the doors of U of T Scarborough’s Fabrication and Digital Media lab, she was taken aback. When she enrolled in “sculpture” class, she assumed that she’d be working with clay. But there was no kiln or potter’s wheel to be found—instead, Karoubi found herself in a woodworking shop.
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Photographers, illustrators and production personnel are indeed artists, but they’re also contracted suppliers. From negotiating rates to protecting your intellectual property, here’s how to navigate the buyer’s market.
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As the international language of business, it’s estimated that 1.75 billion people worldwide speak English. Translation? If you’re headed overseas to work, study or volunteer, you may be able to get away with not learning your host country’s tongue. However, in doing so, you’ll be limiting the depth and breadth of your travel experience.
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