130 Portfolio Development (F'16) - Tina Oehmsen-Clark
TO BOOK AN INTERVIEW, REGISTER, AND/OR RECEIVE MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT TSA: 416.504.7910 | email@example.com
Mondays 10 am - 1 pm, Sept. 19 - Nov. 28 (6 bi-weekly sessions)
TSA’s Portfolio Development Course is designed for individuals seeking entry into post-secondary art programs such as fine arts, animation, graphic design, industrial design, fashion design, interior design and other art programs offered across the country that require a portfolio for entrance.
The course focuses on building a portfolio of their visual artwork by providing studio-based projects, exploration, and concept development in drawing, life drawing, painting, sculpture, and portfolio preparation. Students will have the opportunity to present their ongoing projects in group critiques as well as having individual one-on-one critiques with the Portfolio Development Coordinator/Instructor and other faculty.
The course will also include activities and excursions in the local area, group critiques, and discussions. Portfolio Development includes one additional course from TSA’s regular curriculum. It is recommended that students take a course specific to their area of interest. Students will have the opportunity to discuss interests and various courses with the Instructor during the Portfolio Review.
Note: Admission is based on a Portfolio Review with the Instructor. The Monday Portfolio Development course and tutorial are mandatory.
Instructor: Tina Oehmsen-Clark
Time: Monday 10am - 1pm (Portfolio Development class)
Dates of bi-weekly meetings:
Monday September 19
Monday October 3
Monday October 17
Monday October 31
Monday November 14
Monday November 28
Tuition: $1010 which includes:
- 6 bi-weekly, 3-hour Portfolio Development classes
- 1 additional 12-week course from TSA's offerings to supplement studio practice. Students will have the opportunity to discuss course interests during the interview.
- Material fee: $65
To Apply: Contact the office to schedule an interview and process the Portfolio Review fee of $65 (not included in tuition).
2 Bulldog Clips
Drawing Board 18x24”
Scissors and Exacto Knife
Charcoal - Willow, Assortment
Erasers - Kneadable and Gum, Sharpener
Set of Pencils (2h to 6B) / Charcoal and Conte Pencils, white, brown and black
You will be notified what to bring to the first class and we will go over materials then.
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