We spoke to art students in schools across the country to see what kinds of work they are creating for their portfolios. Enjoy perusing the work of these talented artists.
With a new director and faculty members, a reinvigorated curriculum and a dedicated collaborative space buildout, updates to Minneapolis College of Art and Design’s entrepreneurial studies (ES) program respond to the needs of today’s students and economic landscape, keeping MCAD and this twenty-year-old program on the cutting edge.
Art is powerful. And those who create it are passionate. We talked to four successful artists from around the country to hear the scope of their work and their tips for finding your way in the art field. Here is … Continued
Art school is a whole new environment of insight and inspiration to feed your artistic dreams. There, you will learn techniques that will get you on the road to your career. Internships are a great way to practice what schools … Continued
By Jim Norrena, Editor and Content Manager at California College of the Arts What’s the best career move a student can make? Contrary to what you may think, it’s not necessarily choosing one’s major – or even the college itself. … Continued
By: Anne Canfield Kansas City Art Institute Even artists and designers who rely on traditional media are turning more and more to digital technology for purposes ranging from exploration to implementation. “There are approaches to art practice that involve traditional … Continued
Sustainability is the capacity to endure. Sustainability embodies stewardship and design with nature. Historic preservation is an endeavor that seeks to conserve and protect buildings, objects, landscapes or other artifacts of historic significance. According to the National Trust for Historic … Continued
By Suzanne Lenz, Vice President of Development, New Hampshire Institute of Art Joel Gill, chairperson for the Foundations Department at New Hampshire Institute of Art, Manchester, N.H., knows that successful artists don’t follow rules, they break them. “The word foundation … Continued