Tag: portfolios

How to Make Your Art Portfolio Pop

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

If you're planning to continue your arts education in college, you'll need a strong application portfolio. Here's how to build the best one possible. read more

Choosing Art Pieces for Your College Application Portfolio

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Student, Emerson College

Tips for selecting your best work for your college application. read more

Insider Tips for Preparing an Art and Design Portfolio

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Director of Admissions, Columbus College of Art and Design

A few tips to consider when compiling a college admission art portfolio, so that you might give it the "wow factor" the admission office is looking for. read more

I'm interested in applying to arts schools: what are my options?

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If you are planning to study visual or performing arts in college, you have many options. You need to first consider your past experience and training in your intended major. read more

Special College Applications

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Editor, Porter Sargent Handbooks

Whether you're compiling a visual arts portfolio or performing a monologue from Shakespeare, applying to undergraduate arts programs means showing you're more than the sum of your talent, transcript, and test scores. This is your time to tell a story. read more

Portfolios, Home Tests, and Other Special Art School Applications

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If you're planning on applying to an art or architecture school, be prepared for a few extra requirements along with your typical college application. read more

I'm applying to art schools requiring portfolios; what should my portfolio include?

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This depends on what the specific college requires. Some will want portraits, stills, graphic, and/or authentic (organic) work. read more