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Drawing or Painting Portfolio Review

Portfolio Review for Drawing and Painting both take place at the end of each semester. Students who pass Drawing Portfolio can take upper division Drawing courses. Students who pass Painting Portfolio can take upper division Painting courses.

Prerequisites for Drawing Portfolio:

A grade of C or better in the following courses:Art 101, Art 102, Art 103, Art History 172, Art History 173, Drawing 211, and Drawing 212 (taken concurrently with Drawing 312).

Prerequisites for Painting Portfolio:

A grade of C or better in the following courses:Art 101, Art 102, Art 103, Art History 172, Art History 173, Drawing 211, Painting 213, and Painting 214 (taken concurrently with Painting 314).


Requirements:

Be sure that all three of the following materials are completed and handed in to your instructor a week prior to Portfolio Review.

A printed copy of your DARS report:

Make sure that you choose the correct catalog year and BFA 2D Studio Art. Choose the print friendly option to make sure all information can be seen.

Letter of Intent:

A typed description of your interest in taking upper division Painting or Drawing courses as part of a BFA 2D Studio Art. Describe as specifically as possible the direction that you wish to pursue and your long term goals (i.e. K- 12 teaching certification, graduate school, etc.).

Artist’s Statement:

A typed statement of your interests (material, content, concepts, etc.) in Art.


Drawing Portfolio Work:

In consultation with your Drawing 212 instructor make a selection of work from the current semester as well as a few supporting pieces from Drawing 211.

Painting Portfolio Work:

In consultation with your Painting 214 instructor make a selection of work from the current semester as well as a few supporting pieces from Painting 213.

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