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In this course, students will learn about the unique opportunities available in the Hispanic and bilingual markets in the United States. A variety of Hispanic artists, illustrators and cartoonists will be studied to understand the roles they have played in their creative fields. We will talk about what is available for the bilingual artist: from children's books to magazines, newspapers and greetings cards. The strategies available for you to present and market your work will also be explored. Other topics will include: online promotion, preparing your images and portfolio for the right presentation, résumés, copyrights, pricing and the "dos" and "don'ts" of the business. Guest speakers and artists whose work addresses the growing demands of a Hispanic-American audience will complement our discussions. Several pieces for portfolio inclusion will be completed.
NOTE: This is a bilingual course and requires fluency in the Spanish language. Please refer to the ¿Hablas Diseño? courses that begin on page 12 of this bulletin for a complete listing of course offerings conducted in Spanish.

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