The chair of Winthrop University will visit on Friday, November 7 at 10AM to review student portfolios.
Here’s what you need to know:
- in-state tuition may be possible for CPCC students
- scholarship opportunities are available
- even if you haven’t considered Winthrop University, it’s a good opportunity to get feedback on your portfolio AND get more info about a good, local school.
Here’s what you need to do:
- organize your portfolio:
10-20 works, neatly presented; can be actual works or digital
Choose work that show how you’ve met the objectives of the courses you’ve taken
Choose your best work. Avoid incomplete projects, if possible.
Be able to self-assess. Know your strengths and weaknesses.
- Ask your instructor for help selecting, if needed.
- sign up for a slot by contacting Carolyn.Jacobs@cpcc.edu or stopping by Overcash 152.
- if you can be here on Nov. 7, but want your portfolio to be considered, make arrangements to leave it with Carolyn Jacobs.
If you’d like a digital copy of Carolyn’s Portfolio Workshop lecture, email Carolyn.Jacobs@cpcc.edu to request it.
Are you getting ready to transfer, and need some advice
on how to prepare your portfolio?
ON OCTOBER 17: FIND OUT
- what to include
- how to present
- how many images
- how to photograph your work
- how to write an artist statement
OVERCASH 155 10-11:00AM
ON OCTOBER 24: SIGN UP & WE’LL DO A PRELIMINARY REVIEW OF YOUR PORTFOLIO—9AM TILL NOON
Sign up sheet for Preliminary Review on Overcash 152 (Carolyn Jacobs’ office door) or contact Carolyn.Jacobs@cpcc.edu to sign up).
Travel Dates: May 20- June 2015
Application Deadline: January 23, 2015
(but we’d love to have you on board by the end of October!!)
Do you want to explore the art, food, landscape and culture of Italy? This program takes students to Florence and Rome, with other cities visited on day trips. Participants are able to see some of the most renowned works of art in their original settings, explore the architecture and time period of their creation and explore their own creativity through drawing and painting.
Costs: Projected Program Fees: $3800
What is included:
- Some meals
- In-country transportation
- Museum entrance fees
- Site-seeing and Cultural Activities
What is not included:
- Passport Fees – visit the State Department website for information
- CPCC registration (cost of painting materials included)
- Some meals
- Personal Incidentals and gifts
Course: Students will receive 3- 6 credits
Art 114 and/or Art 115: This program will give the student the opportunity to see works of art in person as we discuss them. There are many works of art that should be viewed in their original setting, such as a church or a private home, which cannot be seen in a book. This adds to the understanding of the works of art as well as the art period during which they were created. There will be pre-departure meetings.
Art 240, 241, 288: The studio portion of this study abroad program will immerse students in the rich tradition of drawing and painting first hand, with instructor demos on-site, museum visits, impromptu sketching, and plein air painting. Most sketching sessions will be held in the morning, but students are encouraged to carry a sketchbook at all times.
Students must sign up for the appropriate course(s) when summer courses become available for registration in April 2015.
Join the Visual Arts Club at 12:30pm on the first Friday of each month for regular club meetings, and look for special events, workshops and service opportunities to be posted here and in the ARTWing of the Overcash Building and the Center for ARTS Technology Building.
Contact club advisors Carolyn.Jacobs@cpcc.edu and Isaac.Payne@cpcc.edu for more information.
Check out all the events this week during Sensoria!
CPCC Drawing and Painting Faculty member Carolyn Jacobs is leading a collaborative Service Learning project with Center City Partners this semester. If you’ve made your way through the Art Wing of the Overcash Building on Central Campus, chances are you’ve been greeted by a dozen six foot tall Nutcrackers! Jacobs’ Painting I class submitted around thirty designs to Center City Partners and eleven were selected to be painted. Students will earn Service Learning credit as well as a project grade. These eleven, which will be auctioned for charity, will go on display Friday, Dec. 6th at 7th Street Market, 5-9PM. However, feel free to come by the Art Wing and see them in progress!!
There is a new exhibition in Ross Gallery featuring the paintings of Sharon Dowell and the ceramic sculpture of Ahmed Sabha titled Forged Landscapes.
Gallery hours are Monday through Thursday 11am until 2pm.
On October 16, 2012, the Arts and Science Council and Charlotte Symphony will partner to honor creative individuals in our community. CPCC’s Digital Photography instructor, Byron Baldwin is the recipient in art. Congrats to Byron!!
For more information, visit this Arts and Science Council link.
And a link to Byron Baldwin’s website.