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Portfolio Review Day

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Feb 17, 2018

Portfolio Day 2018

High School Graduates interested in Direct entry to the BFA Honours program are invited to make appointments with Marcus Miller for a Portfolio Review on February 17, 2018.

Applicants MUST have a GPA of 70% or higher and EITHER completed the Advanced Art Portfolio (AAP) in high school, OR completed another portfolio of their own artwork.

The portfolio review takes approximately 10-15 minutes.

•   Applicants should arrive in at the Department’s Gordon Snelgrove Office (Murray Building – just behind Place Riel Student Centre) at least 30 minutes ahead of the time scheduled for the review, in order to set up their work.

•   At the scheduled time, a committee consisting of faculty members of the Department will come to review the applicant’s work. The applicant must be present at this time.

•   The applicant will be asked to take 4-6 minutes to discuss the work being presented as part of the portfolio. The committee will then take another 5-8 minutes to ask questions and discuss the work with the applicant. Applicants should be prepared to discuss all aspects of their work, including technical, aesthetic, and others. 

Once the review is completed, the applicant will be asked to leave the room while the committee discusses the portfolio and the applicant’s presentation.

The Department Head will notify applicants by email of the review committee’s recommendation.

 

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