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High School Portfolio Review : Visual Art

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High School Portfolio Review : Visual Art

55.00

High School Portfolio Review : Visual Art

Tuesday, October 15th, 4:30-6:30pm

Level 1, Columbia Arts Building

Artisan Instructor: Warren Greene

Do you know if a high school student who wishes to attend college with a focus on the arts? If so, this workshop is a fantastic way to prepare for admission!

A valuable opportunity for students interested in pursuing an education in visual art.  While the the session will primarily focus on developing a winning portfolio, other topics will include strategies to better position yourself for art and academic scholarships and gain insight into the admission process.  Students will have the opportunity to ask questions related to their individual career goals. 


The session will be directed by Warren Greene who taught nineteen years at private and state universities.  Throughout that time he reviewed hundreds of high school and B.F.A. portfolios in the areas of fine art and graphic design. 


Any type of visual work is acceptable: graphic design, drawing, painting, ceramics, prints, electronic or digital work, analog or digital photography, sculpture and other 3D work, and more.

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High School Portfolio Review : Visual Art

Tuesday, October 15th, 4:30-6:30pm

Level 1, Columbia Arts Building

Artisan Instructor: Warren Greene

Do you know if a high school student who wishes to attend college with a focus on the arts? If so, this workshop is a fantastic way to prepare for admission!

A valuable opportunity for students interested in pursuing an education in visual art.  While the the session will primarily focus on developing a winning portfolio, other topics will include strategies to better position yourself for art and academic scholarships and gain insight into the admission process.  Students will have the opportunity to ask questions related to their individual career goals. 


The session will be directed by Warren Greene who taught nineteen years at private and state universities.  Throughout that time he reviewed hundreds of high school and B.F.A. portfolios in the areas of fine art and graphic design. 


Any type of visual work is acceptable: graphic design, drawing, painting, ceramics, prints, electronic or digital work, analog or digital photography, sculpture and other 3D work, and more.