Develop the ability to view and critique art, awakening your capacity to understand artwork of different cultures, periods and styles. In addition, you'll learn how to create a portfolio from the point of view of a dealer, including materials, cover letters, content statements, and CDs.
Visits to museums and galleries, as well as lectures on the history of art, video and photography will immerse you in the city's abundance of cultural possibilities.Important Things to Note:
Q&AQ: Is there a work-study program available?
- Certain classes will be held at locations outside of the school and away from the school, in galleries, museums, and artists’ studios or at a specific art or architecture installation in the city.
- Dates and places will be told a week in advance.
- It is required that students supply an email address or preferred method of contact in case there is a change of location to meet. We will also be in the class to work experiment, and feel free to expand the things that we have seen and to discuss.
- Students will be asked to write back to me a short self-presentation and answer 2 questions that I will write on my presentation. Students will be required to print a reasonably priced portfolio sample on their own work
The school does have a Work-Study program, however, this is subject to availability of space in the class. The National Academy School of Fine Arts does not provide housing for students.Q: Is lodging for foreign students provided? A:
The National Academy School of Fine Arts does not provide housing for students.Q: Can I make up a class if I miss one? A:
No, unfortunately missed classes can not be made up unless the class is canceled by the school.Q: Are materials provided and included in the cost of the class?
The fee includes only the $50 first time registration fee. There is no particular supplies required. A notebook and a pen may be enough. When students will present their works, a flash drive or a DVD or a CD will be helpful. Students can use camera, video camera, laptop, recorders, and take advantage of these tools. If students are not equipped at all, the school will try to help with equipment.