- Review the portfolio requirements
- Review how to submit a digital portfolio
- Submit your supplemental College of Music and Fine Arts supplemental application
Bachelor of Arts + Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art
- In 400 words or less tell us why you want to be an artist
- You can answer this prompt in a manner you see fit, but you may use the following questions to guide the content of your essay:
- Regarding your artwork, where do your ideas or images come from?
- What materials do you work best with? (e.g. paint, pencil, clay, printmaking, photography, etc.)
- Does the history of art, specific artists, or periods of art history influence or inspire you?
- How do you determine when a work of art is finished?
- Submit 10 to 15 pieces of your best and most recent work
- When compiling your portfolio, you may include whatever media you wish (drawings, prints, photographs, paintings, video, sculpture, ceramics, etc.)
- All the works you submit as part of your portfolio should include a title, a brief (1-2 sentence) description, and the date of completion
- Please do not mail us original works or physical portfolios
Questions? Contact Dr. Ben Benus
Submit a Digital Portfolio
Digital portfolio submissions must fulfill the criteria outlined in the portfolio requirements. All digital portfolios are submitted through the College of Music and Fine Arts supplemental application.
The priority talent scholarship deadline to submit your College of Music and Fine Arts supplemental application is March 1, 2017.