In the last two posts, we've shared some advice on making your Art Portfolio stand out, so you can gain admittance into the most competitive art programs too. Here are three more ways that have been so effective for Ashcan Art students.
If you’re applying for a competitive Fashion Design program you’ll need a great portfolio to get in, and it’s important that you know each school's requirements, because they’re a little different. This Art Portfolio was made by an Ashcan Art Portfolio Prep student who was accepted into the highly competitive Parsons BFA Fashion Design Program.
There are many great Bachelor of Architecture programs, If you've decided to apply to the top Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) Programs you will need a competitive Art Portfolio to apply. One of the best schools to earn a B.Arch degree from is The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture of The Cooper Union
Drawing a view of your bedroom is a great way to add an interesting observational work to your Art Portfolio, that also says a lot about who you are. Observational Art Portfolio pieces, which are drawings, paintings, mixed media works or sculptures created from looking at real-life places, are considered by most schools to be the most important work to have in your art portfolio. This is because including observational pieces demonstrates a level of mastery of fundamental art skills.
There are several Specialized art and design high schools in New York City,Each of these schools require you to submit portfolios of you artwork. The first on the list of Art Portfolio requirements is: A self-portrait using a graphite drawing pencil and paper done from observation (from observation means you draw yourself by looking in a mirror).
The New York City Digital Arts and Graphic Design Programs are Art and Design High School which offers: Digital Arts, Graphic Design & Animation High School of Fashion Industries offers GraphicDesign and Queens Technical High School also offers a Graphic Arts Program All of Ashcans High school students were accepted into New York City's Digital Arts and Graphic Design High School programs, and these examples are from the Art Portfolios they used to get in.