It’s the start of the school year for high school out there! For seniors, however, it is the beginning of the end. All of their work in school will soon determine their future and whether or not they will get into college. This year, it’s all about finding the course and college that they like and dedicating their remaining time in high school to work as hard as they can to meet and submit the requirements and see if they’ll get accepted.
For aspiring college art students out there, you must be aware that your application starts and ends with your art portfolio. While your grade point average bears weight in the decision of colleges on whether to accept you or not, your portfolio carries most of your chances. If you have a poor, underdeveloped portfolio, then your chances of acceptance doesn’t look good.
Therefore, it is your responsibility to make your art portfolio for college as good as it can possibly be! You must do everything under your power to draw your creative inspiration and showcase the skills you’ve acquired and learned throughout the years that will “WOW” college professors through your portfolio.
If you do want to attend an art program in college but have no idea on where to start, then read on!
We at PortPrep have created another post for you that will serve as your guide on how to create an art portfolio for college. We have included the best tips and advice that will encourage you to create the best possible portfolio that you can muster that should maximize your chances of getting into college.
The link to the slide presentation below will discuss:
- How to draw your creative inspiration
- The importance of uploading your works online
- How crucial it is to save your works in an external drive
- Take photos of your artworks and maintain the detail of your work
- How to crop your artworks
- …and more!
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