Spring 2020 Timeline Portfolio Review Application Due Friday, March 13 by 5 pm Installation: Monday, March 16 – Tuesday, March 17 Faculty Review: Wednesday, March 18 – Thursday, March 19 Notification: Friday, March 20 Portfolio Review Application Each student participating in the Portfolio Review must fill out and submit a Portfolio Review Application by Friday, March 13. Area Requirements ArtX Contact Debbie Montgomery to schedule an entrance meeting. Ceramics Contact Area Chair Ted Saupe for details on Ceramics' Portfolio Review. Fabric Design The Fabric Design Area participates in Portfolio Review Week during the Fall and Spring semesters. Portfolio Requirements Please submit digital images of 5 of your best artworks to Area Chair Jennifer Crenshaw at firstname.lastname@example.org. Suggested works to submit: Drawing/Paintings Color compositions/collages Photography Printmaking Work from Textile Foundations ARST 2700 if you have taken this class 3-D projects Application Materials Transcript Statement of purpose describing your interest in Textiles and why you would like to become a major (200-250 words) Installation Location: Submit digital images of work to email@example.com. Contact Area Chair Jennifer Crenshaw with questions. Graphic Design Graphic Design participates in Portfolio Review Week in the Fall semester each year. The portfolio review is open to all students in ARGD 2010 Graphic Survey course who wish to apply for the program. Portfolio Requirements 50% of your best work from Graphic Survey 50% your best work from other courses Transcript Installation Locations Instructors of ARGD 2010 will designate spots with pink tape and students' names on the 2nd & 3rd North hallways. Evaluation Criteria A committee of Graphic Design Area faculty will evaluate your submission based on the following: understanding of the assignment (graphic survey work) understanding of graphic design principles craftsmanship editing/presentation skills ability to work through problems attendance and participation Reapplying students Contact the instructors Erin Moore or Brittainy Lauback with questions. Interior Design Interior Design accepts students to the program after a Progression Review at the end of Fall semester each year. Contact Professor Tad Gloeckler with questions. Interdisciplinary Art and Design (AB) The Interdisciplinary Art and Design Area participates in Portfolio Review Week during the Fall and Spring semesters. Portfolio Requirements Install up to 5 pieces of your best work. Application Materials Transcript Statement on why you wish to study Interdisciplinary Art and Design (max 500 words) Installation Location: Install work on the first floor north hallway between N100 and N104 Contact Area Chair Chris Garvin with questions. Jewelry and Metalwork The Jewelry and Metalwork Area participates in Portfolio Review Week during the Fall and Spring semesters. Portfolio Requirements 1 example of 3-D work from Foundations 1 example of 2-D work from Foundations Sketchbook Application Materials: no additional materials required Installation Location: Place work in a box and turn box into the front desk in C301 in the Main Art Building OR send 10 portfolio images to firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact Area Chair Mary Pearse with questions. Painting and Drawing The Painting and Drawing Area participates in Portfolio Review Week during the Fall and Spring semesters. Portfolio Requirements Drawing Concentration Requirements 6 drawings 2 paintings Painting Concentration Requirements 4 paintings 2 drawings Click here for more information. Application Materials Transcript Statement of interest (max 500 words) Installation Location: Install work on the third floor hallway by elevator Contact Area Chair Margaret Morrison with questions. Photography The Photography Area participates in Portfolio Review Week during the Fall and Spring semesters. Choose your 15 best images/videos from your intro class. Write a narrative statement about your interest in photography (no more than 1 page). Think of it as a story to tell us about what photography means to you. We are looking for work that shows successful image making, both conceptually and technically. You may have 30% of this be from past projects not from this class. Format these images with the specifications below and upload them and your statement here. Portfolios not formatted correctly will not be viewed. File Requirements FILE NAMES: initials+001 ex: MS001Images as JPGS: 1600px on the longest sideStatement as PDFVideos: .MOV or .MP4: Max time 3:00 minutes per video Contact Area Chair Marni Shindelman with questions. Printmaking and Book Arts The Printmaking and Book Arts Area participates in Portfolio Review Week during the Fall and Spring semesters. Portfolio Requirements Install 5 pieces, which can be all prints or a combination of prints/books/other art–drawings, paintings, etc. Application Materials Transcript Statement as to why they want to be in the Printmaking and Book Arts Area Installation Location: Install work on the second floor south hallway next to the drinking fountain. Contact Area Chair Melissa Harshman with questions. Scientific Illustration Contact Area Chair Gene Wright to schedule an entrance meeting. Sculpture Contact Area Chair Martijn van Wagtendonk to schedule an entrance meeting.