I'm currently an advertising director for ADT home security, but the pay is relatively inconsistent so I've been looking for a second job. During my search I ended up talking to an art gallery for a position in sales. The atmosphere is casual, the pay is decent, they play loud good music, and I will sell fine art full time so I WANT this job. The question is how does one prepare for an interview for an art gallery? I know that every place will tend to be different, but the question still stands. How should I write my resume? I thought it would be neat to make an sp for the cover page with the title and whatnot (after reading that resumes with unique and interesting cover pages are almost always more likely to get picked than resumes with plain jane black and white color pages... also, it's an art gallery I guess my thought is that if I show I'm genuinely interested in what I'm selling then I'd have a better shot at getting the job).
Please. Any advice or thoughts anyone here might have would be fantastic.