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Artists turn creative ideas into works of art using media such as paint, digital resources, fabric and feathers, clay, stone and wood.
Court registry officers assist with the day-to-day operation of courts. They handle court documents, schedules and may support the judge in running court hearings.
Artistic directors plan and direct the activities of performing arts organisations such as theatre and dance companies, and arts activities at festivals and venues.
Tattoo artists use sterilised skin-piercing equipment and ink or jewellery to decorate people's skin.
Judges listen to court cases and make decisions on matters of law.
Graphic designers create artwork or designs for published, printed or electronic media such as magazines, brochures, television advertisements and websites.
Animators and digital artists use software, models, photography and drawings to create still and moving images for advertisements, film, print, web or television.
Make-up artists apply make-up to enhance or alter people's appearances.