Dear Student-Artist,

Welcome to a new era of offering portfolio guidance to creative students applying to Fine Art & Design schools.  Students interested in careers that focus on fine art, design, art education, or even architecture & engineering will be asked to submit a portfolio with a college application.  Many prestigious Fine Art & Design schools now require a portfolio submission for acceptance into a program.  Like any positive attribute on an application or recommendation, a portfolio provides visual understanding of artistic behaviors and level of creative and technical skills.  Providing guidance is suggested to help students with the process of photographing artwork, documenting & editing images, and finally with online submission of portfolio.  Pursuing contests and receiving art awards will also considerably help with scholarships & financial aid. Portfolio submissions are an important step for future student-artists, and it is up to the student to create the portfolio with perseverance. 

Art & design portfolio college preparation students have been accepted to the following schools:
-Boston University, MA
-Mass Art, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, MA

-Northeastern University, MA

-College of Art & Design at Lesley University, MA

-Wentworth, MA.

-Umass, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, MA

-Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

-Parsons School of Design, NY

-SVA-School of Visual Arts, NY

-MICA, Maryland Institute College of Art, MD

-Temple University, Tyler School, PA
-SCAD-Savannah College of Art & Design, GA
-University of Miami, School of Architecture, FL
-SAIC, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL

-Whittier College, CA

-Otis College of Art and Design, CA


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