Any questions you want to practice should be geared towards your reliability, teamwork, and ability to follow instructions. Fine- or commercial-art studios, warehouses or lofts should also be looking for motivation and enthusiasm for the specific position. You need to know some of the most common questions asked in interviews.

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Try practising some of these common Craft artist’s job interview questions by Pritish Kumar Halder:

1.     Describe the best piece of art you’ve created.


How to answer:  An interviewer may ask you about the best piece of art you’ve created to determine what you define as a successful art piece, how confident you are in your abilities, and whether you can accurately describe the positive characteristics of the work to someone else. This information is valuable for most art positions, but it’s especially important to describe your work to potential buyers. Consider a recent artwork and detail a few aspects that made it unique, technically masterful, and visually appealing.

Answer:  “My best piece of art is a ceramic tea set that took me months to perfect as I studied classic tea-set shapes worldwide and combined them to represent my cultural heritage. The teapot, each cup, and each dish are white clay formed on a kiln and by hand, and the pieces all show a roundness from far away that matches well with the smooth, shiny glaze. I also colored each piece in pale blue and dark orange to represent my contrasting heritage, which increases visual interest.”


2.     What is the most challenging project you’ve worked on?


How to answer:   The interviewer is interested in finding out how skilled you are in managing projects and situations. As stated earlier, there are several ways the interviewer can ask you questions to find this out. In general, these questions are designed to assess your attitude towards challenges and to find out how you deal with them.

 Answer:  “For me, the most important learning from this project is that it’s important to get the goals clear before a project starts. Furthermore, my experience taught me that the best way to work on challenging projects is to create milestones to track progress.

Now, at the start of a new project, I focus on the most difficult parts and challenges of the project so that I know as soon as possible if there are any issues or attention areas. If this is the case I have more than enough time to work on this before any deadlines. A detailed plan to work on a project is essential to finish it successfully.”


3.     What have you done to improve yourself in the last year regarding Arts and Crafts?


How to answer:  Discuss how you’ve improved yourself through work experiences, books you’ve read in classes, and club / extracurricular activities, and describe the process of how it’s happened.

Answer:   “I have improved my communication skills, knowledge, attitude, and working procedure and a way to accomplish it. As well as working on multi-tasking skills as per required.”

Not every question you will encounter when interviewing for a Craft artist’s position will be related to an articulate and expressive job. But those are the common topics interviewer can ask for selecting a qualified candidate.

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