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(work) life after graduation

We will always welcome our alumni with open arms and guide them, as best we can during their mission to conquer a place in the artistic world. On this page, you can find more information about interesting job openings and internships, competitions, and contact points and platforms for all the questions you might have as a first-time artist. New and temporary calls to action can be found under NEWS below. Good luck!

Do you have any other questions or remarks? Les us know via alumni.academy@ap.be or call the number +32 (0)3 213 71 07.


Working in the arts, is that a job? Professionalizing, how do you do that? When are you a successful artist?⁠ Have you just started working professionally in the arts as a maker, performer or in another job?

Kunstenpunt launches: Advice for starting artists: 6 duos in conversation. From painter to composer - valuable tips and insights from peers. Discover the 6-part series here.

With thanks to artists Dahlia Pessemiers-Benamar, Berten Vanderbruggen, Fumiyo Ikeda, Samuel Baidoo, Hans Op de beeck, Bogenna Ivana, Maria Blondeel, Adel Setta, Annelies Van Parys, Adil Benhsain, Serge Verstockt and Lieve De Sadeleer.

A film by Sander Tas.
With thanks to Bozar, Het Bos and Villa de Vis, 10532 Atelierhuis


1 | Is art considered a profession?

2 | Professionalisation for artists?

3 | Long-term vision for artists?

4 | Mission: your story

5 | Strategy: interpreting success

6 | Entrepreneurship in the arts