The School of Art+Design will be hosting and participating in portfolio reviews this fall.
Portfolio Prep Webinar
Unsure of what is required and expected for the portfolio? Attend one of our portfolio prep webinars to learn the do’s and don’ts. Come and get all of your questions answered by one of our Admission Advisors.
One-on-One Portfolio Review with Our Faculty via Zoom
We would love to meet you on Zoom and offer portfolio advice.
To request a review, use the appropriate link below to register for a review with one of our faculty members.
Register for a Graduate portfolio review below:
How to Prepare for a Portfolio Review
- Your portfolio should include your best and most recent work, but it can also include works in progress, sketchbooks, and first drafts.
- Before the session, practice explaining how you develop your ideas, articulating where you want to go with those ideas, and sharing the process of arriving at the completed work.
- We encourage you to ask questions and take this opportunity to learn about the process of applying to an art program.
- For virtual reviews, please put all of your images onto a website (if you have one), or into a folder on Google Drive, or some other sharing service. Be prepared to share a direct link to your work with your faculty reviewer.
National Portfolio Days
We will be at National Portfolio Days virtually and in-person this year for undergraduates only. We will attend the Lowell, MA event on October 2nd and the New York City event on October 3rd in-person. Pre-registration is required for both virtual and in-person events.
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Virtual Express Decision Day
Sign up to attend Virtual Express Decision Day on December 2, 2021. This is an online instant decision day for high school seniors and transfer students.
If you want to attend the Express Decision Day, you must first submit your application for admission to the School of Art+Design, and you also need to register in order to attend.
This event provides students applying to the School of Art+Design an opportunity to show their work to faculty and, in many cases, receive an expedited admissions decision.