I attended Columbus College of Art & Design (columbus, ohio) and the work that comes out of their students pretty much secures a job. It's an incredible place- and also second next to Harvard Law for out dedication needed out of class time. When I went there freshman were required to take 10 classes per semester. I learned more my first week there than my entire time in high school. I had a two year ride based on portfolio
Linda White <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I don't know how good Ohio University Art School at Athens is now. It was
great when my husband was there in the 70s. Linda in OK
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Subject: Art Schools in midwest
> I have a student who is really top notch in gesture drawing, figure
> representational work. He is good with people, communicative and able to
> manage others. He is intrigued by arts advocacy. In 20 years of teaching,
he is one
> of my top 3 art students. However, he has some ADD issues. I think he'll
> best in studio work, with some business classes. I think his people skills
> would make him a great art director.
> My question is, where should he go to school? We are in central Ohio. His
> parents want him to stay in the midwest. I think his portfolio could get
> about anywhere, and he is only a junior. Ohio State is so close, but too
> Does everyone recommend those summer institutes for Juniors?
> Is Cleveland art Institute still recommended?
> Any ideas welcome!
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