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WILL COTTON: PAINTINGS, PRINTS AND DRAWINGS January 30 – February 14, 2018 CROSSLEY GALLERY The Ringling College’s Fine Art and Illustration departments are pleased to present Will Cotton: Paintings, Prints and Drawing in the College’s Crossley Gallery. Will Cotton is a painter’s painter. Working primarily with only five colors he creates lush paintings full of vibrancy and life.
Originally inspired by the board game Candyland, Will paints utopian landscapes and portraits, composed of sugary desserts and candies, often inhabited by female figures. His work explores our relationship with gluttony, beauty, desire and indulgence. Widely recognized work of his includes the 2010 Katy Perry music video for “California Gurls,” for which he served as the artistic director. The exhibition will include more than a dozen works ranging from oil paintings on linen and paper as well as sketches and prints.
Along with finished works, the exhibition will emphasize his process and show how he goes about creating his work. Additionally, his monograph book Will Cotton: Paintings and Works on Paper will be available for signing and purchase. Events: February 7th, 6:30 - 8:30pm, Lecture, Panel Discussion/Q&A with book signing in the Larry R. Thompson Academic Center Auditorium . Free and open to the public Feb.
8th, 6 - 8pm, Gallery Reception, Crossley Gallery, cash bar and refreshments. Free and open to the public. For more information on receptions, talks and events, please call or email Joe Fig 941.309.4009 email@example.com www.ringling.edu/galleries Crossley Gallery is located at 2400 Old Bradenton Road on the Ringling College campus in Sarasota, Florida. Vallet parking will be available for all events.
This exhibition is sponsored by Ringling College Advancement, Fine Arts and Illustration Departments of Ringling College of Art and Design. Image: Will Cotton Katy Cupcake Dress, 2010 oil on paper 55 x 48 inches Courtesy of Mary Boone Gallery MONDO COMBO featuring Joe Fig and Scott Gordley January 30 – February 10, 2018 SELBY FOUNDATIONS GALLERY Mondo Combo features the artworks of Joe Fig, Head Fine Art Department, and Head Illustration Department, Scott Gordley.
Both internationally known artists, this exhibition demonstrates process, practice, and themes. This exhibition is free and open to the public. Gallery Hours are Monday-Saturday 10am-4pm. Selby Foundations Gallery is #18 on the Ringling College Campus Map ABOUT: Joe Fig’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally with over thirty solo and fifty group exhibitions. He is the author of Inside the Painter's Studio and Inside the Artist’s Studio (Princeton Architectural Press).
His work can be found in numerous museums and private collections including the Parrish, Norton and The New Museum. His work has been featured in The New York Times, Boston Globe, Artforum, Art in America, ArtNews and Modern Painters as well as several international magazines. Joe earned his BFA and MFA in Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts, New York. He is represented by Cristin Tierney Gallery in New York.
www.joefig.com. Scott Gordley graduated from Ringling College and received his MFA from Tufts University. Before arriving to Ringling, he was department chair and director of the Animation/Illustration BFA program at Montclair State University in New Jersey. He began his career in New York illustrating for clients including Time, Esquire, Reader’s Digest, Newsday, Playboy, the London Times, Viking Penguin, and Hearst Publishing.
His work appears in many public and private collections and has been exhibited in solo and group shows throughout the United States and Europe. In 1999 he was honored with a 20-year retrospective in Vienna, Austria. Mr. Gordley has been recognized for his work by the Society of Illustrators, American Illustration, Print Magazine, Communication Arts and curator Peter Schjeldahl, chief art critic for the New Yorker magazine.
JEFFERY A. CORNWELL- PAINTINGS June 12 – December 8, 2017 Opening reception: Friday, June 9 from 5 to 7pm PATRICIA THOMPSON GALLERY Fine Arts alumnus Jeffery Cornwell draws inspiration from the natural environment and the relationship of sky to land. Image credit, Jeffery Cornwell, Cows 1, 2, 3, 4, acrylic on museum board, 2015, 8 x 10 inches _________________ Hours Monday through Friday 9am to 4pm Interview with Marty Fugate, Sarasota Herald Trubune Artist Website Exhibition Checklist Jeffery Cornwell Essay and Bio Jeffery Cornwell studied at Ringling College of Art.
He then apprenticed with Toro Yamamoto and honed his skills as a freelance painter. His work has been exhibited in solo and group shows in galleries and alternative spaces. His work has been represented by galleries in Florida, Georgia, Texas, and on the west coast of the United States. His work is in private collections throughout the United States and Europe. He is an active member of the SARTQ artists collective.
Cornwell is an Adjunct Art Instructor VPA program at Booker High School in Sarasota, Florida. As an educator, he teaches in the Teen Studios at Ringling College and is the coordinator of the College’s Summer Teen Studio program. Beginning in October 2017 and running through May 2018, the Ringling College Galleries will offer a diverse array of exhibitions and related programs. The focus of these exhibitions will be to provide the visitors with numerous opportunities to engage with artists’ creativity.
Richard and Barbara Basch Gallery in the Larry R. Thompson Academic Center October 20- December 2, 2017 Freedom of the Presses is a collaborative exhibition co-curated by Marshall Weber of Booklyn, Inc. and members of the Ringling College of Art and Design community. The project focuses on the creative and democratic processes of 21st Century independent artist's publishing and offers models of empowering and educational art publishing practices.
The exhibition will include a selection of artists' publications from Booklyn, Inc. and the Brizdle Schoenberg Special Collections Center at Ringling College of Art and Design. Highlights include the Streetopia artist’s book, alternative art fair, and text book project; performances and publications by Sheryl Oring; and community publishing projects from the multi-generational collective, Mobile Print Power.
Artists’ books, zines, prints, and items of ephemera will be exhibited, along with a curators panel, book fair, and other events. Calendar of Programs and Events related to the exhibition Suncoast FYI with Nancy O'Neil Media sponsor: Changing Art and Design Education through Collaboration October 20– Dec 2, 2017 Everything we do at Ringling College of Art and Design is for our students.
So that they may be successful in their creative careers, we must prepare them in every way possible. One of the many innovative approaches setting us apart from our peer institutions is The Collaboratory Commitment. Inspired by President Larry R. Thompson’s visionary promise that each and every student has the opportunity to work with a real-world client on a real-world project by the time they graduate, various departments come together to provide formative and inspiring experiences for our students throughout their academic journey.
*The Collaboratory is a partnership between Ringling College of Art and Design and The Patterson Foundation. WILLIS SMITH GALLERY, in the Larry R. Thompson Academic Center 2363 Old Bradenton Road CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE COLLABORATORY Media sponsor: Image: Nathan Skiles, Interlude Aug 25 – Oct 4, 2017 LOIS & DAVID STULBERG GALLERY Be inspired by the work of our talented Ringling College faculty in the exciting new Lois and David Stulberg Gallery in the Basch Visual Arts Center.
ENTRY INSTRUCTIONS/FORM Media sponsor: Image: Michael White, 32x40 pastel of Machiasport Maine August 14 – October 4, 2017 WILLIS SMITH GALLERY View exciting new work by Ringling College staff members and instructors from Ringling College School of Continuing Studies and the Englewood Art Center. Ringling College Staff Exhibition by Jay Handleman Media sponsor: CLAUDIA RYAN – DRAWINGS June 12 – Aug 11, 2017 Opening reception: Friday, June 9 from 5 to 7pm LOIS & DAVID STULBERG GALLERY Abstract drawings and prints by Claudia Ryan will be featured in the college’s new gallery at the Basch Visual Arts Center.
Ryan’s works on paper are densely layered and threaded with color, creating a map for a journey that becomes the viewer's own. Image credit: Claudia Ryan, Untitled on paper _________________ Summer Gallery Hours Through August 11, 2017 Monday through Friday 10am to 1pm and 1:30 to 4pm Claudia Ryan Website Claudia Ryan Exhibition Checklist Claudia Ryan Resume Some thoughts about the work of Claudia Ryan by Mark Ormond May 1 – 11, 2017 ALL CAMPUS GALLERIES Reception: Tuesday, May 9, 5–8 pm Ringling College seniors are pleased to present their final projects in the annual Senior Thesis Exhibitions.
View work in all media by graduating artists and designers in the campus galleries from Monday, May 1 through Thursday, May 11. Exhibitions are free and open to the public. Catered receptions with live Reggae music will take place in the campus galleries on Tuesday, May 9 from 5–8 pm. EXHIBITION LOCATIONS BY DEPARTMENT: Advertising and Graphic DesignRichard and Barbara Basch Gallery in the Larry R.
Thompson Academic Center Business of Art and DesignRichard and Barbara Basch Gallery in the Larry R. Thompson Academic Center IllustrationLois and David Stulberg Gallery in the Basch Visual Art CenterWillis Smith Gallery in the Larry R. Thompson Academic CenterWilliam G. and Marie Selby Foundation Gallery in the Arland and Sally Christ-Janer Center Interior DesignPatricia Thompson Gallery in the Keating Center Fine Arts Crossley Gallery Photography and ImagingJudy Hughes Studio next to Crossley Gallery Motion Design ScreeningGoldstein Library, First Floor Tuesday, May 9, 5-8pm ONE NIGHT SCREENINGS: Game ArtLarry R.
Thompson Auditorium and Lobby. Friday, April 28, Time to be announced Computer Animation: Saturday, April 29 off campus. **Tickets by Invitation Only Business of Art and Design: Goldstein Library, 2nd Floor Terrace, May 5, 5-7pm Motion Design Screening: Goldstein Library, Third Floor Terrace, Friday, May 5 Film ScreeningsLarry R. Thompson Academic Center Auditorium, Tuesday, May 9, 5–7 pm Gallery Hours: Smith, Basch, and Stulberg Galleries: Monday–Saturday 10-4, Tuesdays 10-7pmThompson Gallery: Monday-Friday 10-4pmCrossley Gallery: Monday-Friday 12-3pmJudy Hughes Studio: Monday-Friday 12-3pmSelby Gallery: Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri, Sat.
10-4pm, Tues. 10-1pmClosed Sundays CLICK HERE FOR MAP April 7–22, 2017 ALL CAMPUS GALLERIES Award Ceremony: Friday, April 7, 5:00 pm in the Diane Roskamp Exhibition Hall Gallery Openings: Friday, April 7, 6:00 – 8:00 pm The annual Best of Ringling juried exhibitions showcase the top art and design projects created by Ringling College students in every major. Opening Friday, April 7 with an evening awards ceremony followed by multiple gallery receptions,Best of Ringling serves as a campus-wide immersion into the year’s outstanding work selected by a jury of visiting artists and faculty members.
The exhibitions are free and open to the public, allowing members of the community to view a diverse range of work created by students in the following departments: Advertising Design, Richard and Barbara Basch Gallery Business of Art and Design, Willis Smith Gallery Computer Animation, Lois and David Stulberg Gallery Film, Larry R. Thompson Academic Center Auditorium Fine Arts, Crossley Gallery Game Art, Lois and David Stulberg Gallery Graphic Design, Richard and Barbara Basch Gallery Illustration, Willis Smith Gallery & William G.
and Marie Selby Foundation Gallery Interior Design, Willis Smith Gallery Motion Design, Richard and Barbara Basch Gallery Photography & Imaging, Patricia Thompson Gallery Location: Ringling College of Art and Design 2700 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34234 For more Information: 941.359.7563 Campus Galleries Map (pdf) Juror Bios (pdf) GLASS MASTERS OF VENICE Featuring LA FAMIGLIA SALVADORE January 9 – March 25, 2017 RICHARD AND BARBARA BASCH GALLERY Since 2010, Ringling College Curator Mark Ormond has worked with Sarasota arts patrons Richard and Barbara Basch to organize exhibitions from their extensive collection of glass art.
Dr. and Mrs. Basch began collecting in 1993 by purchasing work from American artists. They soon expanded the scope of their collection to include artists from around the world. This year’s exhibition at Basch Gallery will feature work by Davide Salvadore, a master glass artist from Murano, Italy, and his sons Marco and Mattia. Selected works by Lino Tagliapietra will be included in the exhibition.
A series of artist talks and demonstrations will take place on the Ringling College campus throughout the exhibition. Barbara Basch will offer docent tours of the exhibition on Wednesdays at 10:30 AM. Gallery Hours: Monday–Saturday 10–4, Tuesdays 10–7 (Closed Monday, January 16 for Martin Luther King Jr. Day) Image: Davide Salvadore, Tiraboson, Amber murine, blown glass, 59.5 x 15.75 x 19.754 inches, courtesy of the Basch Collection Paid for in part by Sarasota County Tourist Development Tax Revenues; Sponsored in part by WSMR 89.
1. Sponsored by: Image: Portrait in Studio, Davide Slavadore DOCENT TOUR AND ARTIST TALK SCHEDULE SRQ DAILY FEATURE CHECKLIST OF ARTWORKS AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION INVERVIEW WITH BARBARA BASCH ARTIST TALK BY GLASS ARTIST RICHARD ROYAL February 3 – March 27, 2017 Opening Reception, Tuesday, February 7, 4:30 - 6:30pm PATRICIA THOMPSON GALLERY Hours: Monday–Friday 9-4 Matthew Holler’s fascination with photography and the fashion industry led him to earn his BFA from the Ringling College Department of Photography & Imaging and pursue a career as a fashion and portrait photographer in Sarasota and New York after graduation.
Heavily influenced by early to mid-twentieth century photography, Holler draws inspiration from Richard Avedon, Robert Mapplethorpe and Helmut Newton. The selection of works in the exhibition by this dynamic fashion and portrait photographer represents a wide range of his photographic approaches from 2011-2016. Image: Matthew Holler: Untitled (Dancer), 2016 INTERVIEW WITH CURATOR, MARK ORMOND FEATURE IN LONGBOAT OBSERVER MATTHEW HOLLER TELLS STORIES IN PHOTOS by Jay Handleman FEATURE IN SARASOTA HERALD TRIBUNE Portrait of Matthew Holler provided by the artist.
February 20 – March 18, 2017 WILLIS SMITH GALLERY Hours: Monday–Saturday 10-4, Tuesday 10-7 Programming: Feb. 21: Opening Reception, 4:30–7:00 pm Feb. 21: Andy Warhol Documentary Film, 7:00 pm, Larry R. Thompson Academic Center Auditorium Feb. 23: Warhol Film Talk: The Films of Andy Warhol: "I Like Boring Things" presented by Ringling College Film faculty member Dr. Susan Doll, 6:30pm, Alfred R.
Goldstein Library Auditorium This thought-provoking traveling exhibition features silkscreen prints and original recordings, ranging from spoken word to music and sound, created by artists, writers and performers who were associated with or inspired by Andy Warhol. Included are Bob Dylan, Patti Smith, Ivan Karp, Billy Name, Ultra Violet, Lawrence Weiner, Carter Ratcliff, John Giorno, Vincent Freemont, Alexander Heinrici, Brigid Berlin, Christopher Makos, Yura Adams, Nat Finkelstein, Connie Beckley, Susan Breen, Path Soong, and Jeff Gordon.
The exhibition was organized and curated by Jeff Gordon and Path Soong. Exhibition Tour Management by Landau Traveling Exhibitions. Los Angeles, CA. For more information on receptions, talks and events: 941.359.7563 firstname.lastname@example.org Image: Christopher Makos, Andy and John, Photograph of Warhol kissing John Lennon, 1978 Paid for in part by Sarasota County Tourist Tax Revenues Sponsored in part by Sarasota Herald Tribune Media Group and WUSF 89.
7 FEATURE by SARASOTA HEARLD TRIBUNE FEATURE by SRQ Magazine LIBRARY RESOURCE INFORMATION OPENING RECEPTION VIDEO WARHOL EXHIBITION-CONTEXTUAL RESOURCES 2016-17 TRUSTEE SCHOLARS EXHIBITION January 4 – February 11, 2017 WILLIS SMITH GALLERY Hours: Monday–Saturday 10-4, Tuesday 10-7 The Ringling College of Art and Design Board of Trustees annually awards its highest honor —the Trustee Scholarship—to an extraordinary group of rising seniors in each major and on behalf of the Office of Student Life.
This year’s exhibition at Willis Smith Gallery features the video proposals submitted by the honorees from each department. Image: Matthew Holler, 2016-2017 Trustee Scholars, 2016 JENNY MEDVED - INDIGENOUS PEOPLE October 28, 2016 – January 27, 2017Opening Reception October 28, 5–7 pmPATRICIA THOMPSON GALLERY Gallery Hours: Monday-Friday 9am - 4pm Ringling Illustration alumna Jenny Medved studied traditional portraiture in Italy before earning her MFA in Figurative Painting.
In 2015, she was featured as one of ten artists to watch by Watercolor Artist Magazine. Image: Jenny Medved, Kahalepouli Kawaimapuna, 2016, Watercolor on paper, 30” x 20” Courtesy of the Artist INTERVIEW WITH CURATOR, MARK ORMOND SRQ MAGAZINE UNRAVEL SARASOTA HERALD TRIBUNE Portrait of Jenny Medved provided by the artist. BUSINESS OF ART AND DESIGN CLASS PROJECT-REFLEKTOR November 30 - December 2 RICHARD & BARBARA BASCH GALLERY Work created by Ringling College's very own Peter Herbert Barnaba encourages a responsive gallery in which viewers become the artists.
The student organized exhibition explores millennials and their reflections of contemporary art. Viewer generated work will be archived in the constantly expanding exhibition by showcasing visceral creative reactions to color, shape and text. CLICK HERE FOR THE REFLEKTOR TUMBLR PAGE OBSERVATION/REFERENCE/GESTURE CONTEMPORARY PAINTING October 14 – December 2, 2016Opening Reception October 28, 5–7 pmWillis Smith GalleryHours: Monday–Saturday 10-4, Tuesday 10-7 This exhibition organized by Mark Ormond features 15 large and small-scale works by an international roster of artists that includes Lucy Barber, Zhong Biao, Ester Curini, Lynn Davison, Michelle Doll, Kenny Harris, Mary Henderson, Ling Jian, Dustin Juengel, Bruce Marsh, Michael McNamara, John Moore, Hideo Ohya, Grace Graupe-Pillard and Jeffrey Ripple.
Focusing on the role of observation, reference, gesture and mark-making in contemporary painting, the exhibition presents a selection of figurative portraits, landscapes, interiors, wildlife and urban views that transcend realism to explore the intricate relationship between artist and subject. Image: Ling Jian, The Sun, 2015 Oil on canvas, 78 3/4” x 70 7/8” Courtesy Klein Sun Gallery, NYC VIEW SLIDESHOW IMAGE CATALOG ARTIST AND CURATOR TALKS DUSTIN JUENGEL ARTIST TALK PRESS: HERALD TRIBUNE LONGBOAT OBSERVER LIBRARY RESOURCES BRUCE MARSH ARTIST TALK KATHRYN HUNTER November 3–19, 2016RICHARD & BARBARA BASCH GALLERYOpening Reception, Thursday, November 3, 5:00 pmArtist Talk: November 3.
6:00 pm. Academic Center Auditorium In collaboration with Ringling’s Letterpress and Book Arts Center, Basch Gallery will feature an original wall installation and printed materials by Kathryn Hunter, a printmaker and fine artist who runs Blackbird Letterpress in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Image: Kathryn Hunter, Reflection, 2015, Laser cut steel, wool, sewing, 29" x 35" Courtesy of the Artist BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION KIMBROUGH LIBRARY RESOURCES CHECKLIST PRESS ARTIST TALK ARTIST DEMO PEDRO PEREZ June 10 – Oct 21, 2016Patricia Thompson GalleryHours: Monday – Friday 10–4 Patricia Thompson Gallery is pleased to host the work of alumnus Pedro Pérez, Class of 1996.
Pérez is a founding partner of Nuevo Advertising Group and an adjunct professor of Global Brand Strategies at Ringling College. His multi-media exhibition on the Ringling College campus will include design work from various advertising campaigns and give examples of projects completed along the road to becoming a successful design professional. This exploration of the creative process will both offer final results and give insights into the decision-making and experimentation that goes on behind the scenes.
Pérez founded his first company, Merging Point Design, Inc., with fellow students while they were attending Ringling College. In 2004, Nuevo Advertising Group was formed, expanding the agency’s work to emphasize marketing to the Hispanic consumer both domestically and internationally. The Patricia Thompson Gallery is located on the ground floor of the Keating Center on the Ringling College campus at 2700 N.
Tamiami Trail. For further information please visit: www.ringling.edu/galleries Email: email@example.comPhone: 941-359-7563 Featured in Your Observer 2016 ANNUAL RINGLING COLLEGE FACULTY EXHIBITION September 16 – October 5, 2016Opening Reception: September 16, 5–7pmWILLIS SMITH GALLERY and RICHARD AND BARBARA BASCH GALLERYHours: Monday – Saturday 10–4, Tuesday 10–7 Be inspired by the work of Ringling College faculty teaching in Advertising Design, Business of Art and Design, Computer Animation, Film, Game Art, Fine Arts, Illustration, Graphic Design, Motion Design, Photography & Imaging, and the Liberal Arts Program.
Sheryl Haler's work in the Faculty exhibition won the 'Show Your World 2016' International Art Competition! Learn more here: http://www.reartiste.com/international-art-competition-show-your-world-2016/. Image: Steven Strenk, Dunes, 2015 Plexiglass, found object and wood, 7" x 4" x 2" Courtesy of the Artist Judy Saltzman, Morning Run FLORIDA SUNCOAST WATERCOLOR SOCIETY ANNUAL EXHIBITION May 20 – June 10, 2016Willis Smith Construction, Inc.
GalleriesGallery Hours: Monday–Friday 10-4 Opening Reception:Friday, May 20, 2016, 5 -7 pm For our annual community art exhibition, Willis Smith Gallery is featuring work by members of the Florida Suncoast Watercolor Society. This year’s juror is Rose M. Edin, an artist holding signature memberships in the American Watercolor Society and National Watercolor Society, as well as “Master” status in the Transparent Watercolor Society of America.
The recipient of numerous awards, Edin has had her work featured on the cover of Splash, and was the subject of major articles in the French publication The Art of Watercolor in 2013 and 2014. The Florida Suncoast Watercolor Society (FSWS) was formed in 1983 with 17 charter members and 24 associate members. Today, FSWS has more than 250 members, many of whom have achieved Signature or Master status as well as statewide and national status.
The FSWS Board strives to serve all members who live on the Gulf Coast of Florida by rotating the locations of its exhibitions and holding workshops in a variety of venues. Willis Smith Gallery is located on the ground floor of the Academic Center building on the Ringling College campus at 2363 Old Bradenton Rd. For further information please visit: www.ringling.edu/galleriesEmail: galleries@ringling.
eduPhone: 941-359-7563 Paid for in part by Sarasota County Tourist Development Tax Revenues; Sponsored in part by WSMR 89.1 2016 Annual Ringling College Senior Thesis Exhibitions May 2 - May 13, 2016All Campus Galleries Celebrations - Tuesday, May 10, 5:00–8:00 pm**Galleries also open on Wednesday, May 11 until 9:00 pm Advertising and Graphic Design - Richard and Barbara Basch Gallery and 4th floor corridor in the Academic Center Business of Art & Design - Richard and Barbara Basch Gallery and 2nd floor corridor in the Academic Center Film - Academic Center Auditorium.
Screenings on Tuesday, May 10 from 6-8 pm and Friday, May 13 from 1-4 pm Fine Arts - Crossley Gallery Illustration - Christ-Janer Gallery and Willis Smith Gallery Interior Design - Patricia Thompson Gallery Motion Design - 3rd floor corridor in the Academic Center Photography & Imaging - Trustee Studio 101 (Bayou 1) Sunday, May 1 and Thursday, May 12 Computer Animation and Game Art - By invitation only.
GALLERY HOURS:Willis Smith, Christ-Janer, and Richard & Barbara Basch Galleries:Monday–Saturday, 10–4, Tuesdays, 10-7Patricia Thompson Gallery: Monday-Friday, 8:30-4:30, Saturday 10-4Crossley Gallery: Monday–Saturday, 10–4, Tuesdays, 10-7 2016 Best of Ringling Annual Ringling College Juried Student Exhibitions April 8 - 23, 2016Campus Galleries Best of Ringling juried exhibitions showcase the top work of Ringling College students in every major.
A campus and community favorite, the Best of Ringling show serves as a campus-wide immersion into the very best student work Ringling College has to offer as selected by a jury of visiting professionals and faculty members. Best of Ringling Awards Ceremony*April 8, 2016Roskamp Exhibition Hall, 5:00 pmJoin us for this red carpet event as we announce the best student work of the year for each major.
*Awards ceremony will be followed by opening receptions in campus galleries until 8:00 pm. Best of Ringling ExhibitionsApril 9 – 23, 2016**Campus galleries will also be open from 6-8 pm. for opening receptions after awards ceremony on April 8th. Richard and Basch Gallery: Business of Art and Design, Advertising Design, Motion Design, and Graphic DesignHours: Saturdays 10-4, Monday through Friday 10-4 and Tuesdays 10-7 from April 9-23.
Willis Smith Gallery: Computer Animation and Game ArtHours: Saturdays 10-4, Monday through Friday 10-4 and Tuesdays 10-7 from April 9-23.**Closed on Thursday, April 21 for private event Keating Center Galleries (Patricia Thompson and Lobby Skylight Space): Photography and Imaging; Interior DesignHours: Saturdays 10-4, Monday through Friday 8:30-4:30, from April 9-23.
Christ-Janer Gallery: IllustrationHours: Saturdays 10-4, Monday through Friday 10-4 and Tuesdays 10-7 from April 9-23. Crossley Gallery: Fine ArtsHours: Monday through Friday 10-3, April 11-22 Academic Center Auditorium: FilmHours of Film Trailer Screenings: Friday, April 8, 6-8pm, Saturday, April 9, 5-8 pm Mike and Doug Starn BB10-19-09-90642, 2009-12 K3 inkjet print on gelatin hand-coated Zerkal paper 42 x 42 inches Courtesy of Mike and Doug Starn, Beacon, NY PHOTOGRAPHY & FILM CONSTRUCTS March 4 – April 2, 2016Willis Smith Construction, Inc.
GalleriesGallery Hours: Monday–Saturday 10-4, Tuesday 10-7 This exhibition will introduce the work of sixteen artists whose ideas and concepts are manifest in film based media. The individual works for the exhibition were each chosen to focus on the singular contributions of each respective artist. Each artist approaches creating a single image or composite film or video in a different way. The artist may construct a fiction involving a person or individuals, objects in a setting, a location and/or a narrative.
The artist may realize a concept through an invention or reinvention of a person, place or narrative. In each example the artist has been challenged to address purely formal issues as well, creating an invented image not seen before. Curator Talk: March 30, 11:30 amRingling College Galleries Chief Curator Mark Ormond will talk about the works in the Photography & Film Constructs exhibition. Ormond will give insights into the artist’s subject choices and composition development and discuss the selection process behind this innovative exhibition featuring internationally acclaimed artists working in photo and film-based media.
Artist Talk: April 1, 11:30 amGeneric Art Solutions (G.A.S.) is the collaborative efforts of artists Tony Campbell and Mark Vis. Works featured in the Photography & Film Constructs exhibition include: A Study After the Innocent I & II, and The Sacrifice of Isaac. The New Orleans-based duo uses photography, performance and video to examine recurring themes of human drama and comment visually on contemporary society.
They connect history to current events using Classical, Romantic and Baroque elements often in contemporary settings. Enjoy this rare opportunity to meet the artists on the Ringling College campus and hear them speak about their work. Paid for in part by Sarasota County Tourist Development Tax Revenues; Sponsored in part by WSMR 89.1 In the Media:SRQ Magazine The Observer Untitled, 2015, digital photograph FERENC BELEZNAY - PHOTOGRAPHS January 22 – April 1, 2016Patricia Thompson GalleryGallery Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm Opening Reception: January 22, 4:30-7pm, Patricia Thompson Gallery Alumnus Ferenc Beleznay, who graduated in 2015, possesses a unique eye for composition, lighting and staging.
The photographs in this exhibition demonstrate his gift of anticipation in knowing the exact moment to open and close the shutter. Portrait of Ferenc provided by the artist. (Image: Dale Chihuly. Reduced Wisteria Violet Persian Set with Red Lip Wrap, 1995) South of the Border West of the Sun, 2015Oil on panel, 4 ¾ x 4 inchesCourtesy George Adams Gallery, NY AMER KOBASLIJA: A 10-YEAR SURVEY January 15 – February 20, 2016Willis Smith Construction, Inc.
GalleriesGallery Hours: Monday–Saturday 10am-4pm, Tuesday 10am-7pm This selection of paintings highlights the various subjects that have occupied artist Amer Kobaslija over the last decade, including views of Kesennuma, Japan where the tsunami came ashore in 2011, his personal studio, Bathus' studio, and landscapes of Switzerland and Florida. Preview & Artist Presentation with Amer Kobaslija: Thursday, Jan.
14, 6:30-8:00 pm (7:00 pm - presentation begins), Smith Gallery, Free and open to the publicPizza & Gallery Talk with Amer Kobaslija: Friday, Jan. 15, 11:15 am-12:15 pm, Smith Gallery, Free and open to the publicOpening reception: January 15, 4:30–7 pmCurator Tour: January 25, 11:30 am Paid for in part by Sarasota County Tourist Development Tax Revenues; Sponsored in part by WSMR 89.
1 WALTER MATTHEWS - NEW PAINTINGS November 20, 2015 -January 15, 2016. Patricia Thompson Gallery This selection of paintings recognizes a significant shift in Walter Matthews’ work since he attended Ringling College. Matthews acknowledges a “new immediacy” in these “fast” paintings. His paintings on wood panel with oil and other media manifest a “lightness.” They are no longer dependent on the “big stroke” of his previous work.
This new work that is essentially abstract and may have some suggestion of reference investigates “how you address ‘real’ space in painting.” What is evident in this new work is “a level of restraint” with paint as his use of it is “economical” and serves his new aesthetic. His palette can be muted or bold as he may be using high keyed Sharpies as well as neon yellow, orange, pink and blue paint.
The intense colors are “modulated” as he does not use them straight out of the tube. Matthews is also using an airbrush that is giving him an extraordinary opportunity to create a mysterious sense of space where additional layers of media push and pull for attention. He is using the wood surface not only as a ground for the paintings but sometimes as an important part of the composition. By cutting into the wood or revealing its clean unmarked surface it becomes part of the construct of the work of art.
Mark Ormond, Curator of the exhibition, who has been following Matthews’ work since he enrolled at Ringling, sees “a dramatic and exciting advancement in the painting. Walter is constantly pushing himself to explore options, ask questions about the definition of painting and the process of painting. He is not adverse to risk taking. His detours from his previous marked accomplishments always lead him in a new direction that is exciting for the viewer.
” (All quotes are from studio visits and conversation with the artist in October 2015. An on-going series of collages that are not part of the exhibition were important in inspiring this new series of paintings.) Walter Matthews is currently a Masters of Fine Arts degree candidate at the University of South Florida, Tampa. He graduated with a degree in Fine Arts from Ringling College of Art and Design in 2013.
CUBAN ART FROM THE COLLECTION OF JORGE REYNARDUS November 6–December 9, 2015Selby Gallery In November of 2015, the Selby Gallery will present Cuban Art from the Collection of Jorge Reynardus, comprised of over 30 paintings and sculptures by renowned artists investigating their personal experiences with and relationships to their homeland, Cuba. Assembled in New York, this selection includes the works of Jose Bédia, Augustin Fernández, Wifredo Lam and Glexis Novoa.
Amassed over several decades and purchased directly through the artists themselves, this collection was built through the personal relationships Reynardus maintained with many of Cuba’s working artists and highlights the distinct experiences of being an artist in Cuba under the rule of Fidel Castro. Exploring the concepts of expression and freedom, these works create a first-person narrative about life, liberty, culture, and national pride.
Jorge Reynardus is a Sarasota resident and art collector. Sponsored for in part by Sarasota County Tourist Development Tax Revenues. A SALUTE TO OUR VETERANS November 6-30Madeby Gallery A very special tribute event, A Salute to Our Veterans is a show of Ringling College of Art and Design Student and Alumni Veteran's artwork. Hours: Monday - Friday from 10-4. The Role of the Curator in Contemporary ArtBasch Gallery Student curated exhibitions and projects from the Business of Art and Design class BU 455 Three students, Irene Garibay, Madison Young, and Sogn Zamrzla, have developed proposals and will have completed installations or performance plans that will be inaugurated between 6 and 9 pm in the Basch Gallery and on the grounds of the Ringling College campus, from 8:00-8:30 pm outside of the Academic Center.
Annual Ringling College Faculty Exhibition October 2 - 31, 2015 Selby Gallery and Basch Gallery We are proud to present the work of our talented faculty currently teaching in the areas of Advertising Design, Business of Art and Design, Computer Animation, Digital Filmmaking, Fine Arts, Illustration, Graphic Design, Motion Design, Photography & Imaging and the Liberal Arts Program.
Annual Ringling College Staff & Continuing Studies Program Exhibition October 2 - 31, 2015 Willis A. Smith Construction, Inc. Galleries Join us as we present the work of our staff and continuing education instructors from the Continuing Studies and Special Programs, Englewood Art Center, and Longboat Key Center for the Arts. JAVIER RODRIGUEZ: PAINTINGS 2005-2014 August 28 – November 6, 2015Patricia Thompson GalleryHours: Monday - Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm The Patricia Thompson Gallery is pleased to present the work of Javier “Javo” Rodriguez, Class of 2009.
A native of Puerto Rico, Javier moved to Sarasota to expand upon his remarkable talent for drawing and explore other disciplines at Ringling College. This exhibition is comprised of four paintings and 26 drawings, demonstrating his extraordinary facility with pencil and pigment. PH_ASHION PHOTOGRAPHY 2014 Extended to September, 2015Willis C. Smith Construction Galleries Fashion photography by Ringling College’s Photography & Imaging students from the annual student-produced fashion show.
Hours: Monday - Saturday, 10am-4pm RESONANCE ARRAY Crossley GalleryArtist's Reception, August 21, 5-9 pm An exhibition featuring artwork by Faculty and Staff from the Fine Arts Department at the Ringling College of Art and Design. The exhibition includes work by Jeff Schwartz, Vicky Randall, Claudia Cumbie-Jones, & Lance Ford Jones, Shawn Petterson, Nathan Skiles, Patrick Lindhardt, Michael Wyshock, Hugh Davies, and Mark Anderson Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm STEREOTYPE: New Directions in Typography A Lecture by Designer Brian BantonAugust 14-September 16 This groundbreaking exhibition presents the works of 14 established and up-and-coming international designers and artists from the UK, Japan, France, the United States, among others.
Exploring the opportunities at the intersection of technology and design, this new breed of artists is expanding the boundaries of traditional typography and integrating elements from the fields of animation, craft, performance, nano-science, and graffiti into their work. This exhibition was organized for the Boston Society of Architects/the Space by Ginger Gregg Duggan and Judith Hoos Fox of c2 – curatorsquared.
CHARRED REMAINS: THE WORKS OF AARON BOARD Christ-Janer GalleryAugust 21 – September 11 Aaron Board, full time faculty member in the Illustration Department at Ringling College presents a collection of his works. This collection of paintings is a series done over a period of nine years where the frames were an integral part of the design. Inspired by the elaborate altarpieces of Jan Van Eyck et al, Aaron has chosen to create a contemporary adaptation of such works of art.
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Artwork plays a vibrant role from the personal life of your individual as well as inside the social and economic development with the nation. The study of Visible arts encourages personal development as well as awareness of both our cultural heritage plus the role of art from the society. The learner acquires personal knowledge, skills and competencies through activities in Visible arts. When one studies Visible arts, he/she would come to appreciate or understand that art is an integral part of everyday life.
SCAD Contact: SCAD Admission Department 1600 Peachtree St., NE Atlanta, GA 30309 USA Deadline: February 1, 2014 Admission: You can apply online here Completed application for admission. Apply online – US$35 if submitted online Non-refundable application fee. Apply online – US$35 if submitted online English proficiency requirements (one of the following): Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) minimum scores (SCAD code 5631): a.
550 on the paper-based test b. 85 on the Internet-based test with minimum score of 20 on each section. International English Language Testing System (IELTS) composite score of at least 6.5 with a score of at least 6.5 in both speaking and writing. American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) score of at least “high advanced” on the writing proficiency portion of the test SAT score of at least 500 on the critical reading portion, or 22 on both the reading and writing sections of the ACT.
Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) score of at least 5 in English language. Letters of recommendation from two professors, advisers, supervisors. GRE scores strongly recommended Additionally, if applicable, any other documents or materials required to obtain a student visa Statement of purpose (500-750 word): overview of the applicant’s academic and professional accomplishments and should demonstrate a high level of interest in and a highly developed understanding of the discipline.
The applicant should describe knowledge of the discipline, approach to past work, qualifications for graduate study and intended focus, as well as personal and professional goals. Resume: educational credentials as well as professional and other employment such as internships or field experience in the intended area of graduate study, and should list commissioned works, exhibitions, performances, publications, honors, memberships, interests and activities, including volunteer work.
Optional personal or telephone interview Portfolio The portfolio should be specific to the intended course of study, should represent the applicant’s best work examples and should demonstrate a high level of craft presented as professionally as possible. The portfolio, audition or writing submission is scored according to a rubric relevant to the intended course of study and type of submission.
Portfolio guidelines here For applicants to the M.F.A. program, portfolios should include work from all phases of design: conceptual and process drawings, sketches, perspectives and technical drawings. Work should demonstrate proficiency in the technical requirements of interior design projects, including codes, interior building systems and construction, lighting, interior materials and sustainability as fundamental components of the interior built environment.
In addition, portfolio work should show proficiency in graphic communication, hand and digital representation skills and techniques utilized within the advanced study of interior design. Drawings should include floor plans, elevations, sections, and lighting/power plans and perspective renderings. Applicants to the M.A. program must submit a university-level research paper with a minimum of 10 pages.
Topics should be contemporary, impacting the future of the interior design profession and demonstrate the applicant’s critical thinking, analytical and writing skills. ASHCAN STUDENT WORK FOR MFA INTERIOR DESIGN ADMISSIONS by Yoon Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) Contact: Admissions Office Rhode Island School of Design Two College Street 401 454-6300 or 800 364-7473 firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline: January 10, 2014 Admission: Application form online Application fee $60 You must provide official transcripts of all undergraduate and/or graduate study indicating satisfactory completion, or evidence of anticipated completion, of an undergraduate degree program from an accredited college or university.
If you are attending a school in a non-English-speaking country, your academic credentials must be translated into English by an approved translator. Statement of Purpose: Graduate applicants must submit a written statement (500–750 words) outlining their interest and goals in pursuing graduate study. Certain programs suggest more specific ideas or written requirements as outlined below. TOEFL or IELTS: RISD requires a minimum result of 93 on the TOEFL or 6.
5 on IELTS. Plan to take the TOEFL or IELTS well in advance of the application deadline since it may take six weeks for your scores to be sent to RISD. Three letters of recommendation written by teachers or other professionals who have first knowledge of your art or academic achievements. Portfolio: You must submit your portfolio through SlideRoom, an online portfolio service that charges a $10 fee.
Graduate applicants are required to submit 10–20 examples of visual work. ASHCAN STUDENT WORK FOR MFA INTERIOR DESIGN ADMISSIONS by Yoon Pratt Institute Contact: Pratt Institute Office of Admissions 200 Willoughby Ave Brooklyn, NY 11205 Deadline: January 5, 2014 Admission: You must apply online There is a non-refundable $50 application fee. (International students must pay a $90 application fee).
Transcripts (unofficial transcripts should be uploaded when you complete your online application). Do not submit printouts of scanned electronic transcripts unless there is a school name and your name on the transcript. International students must have all transcripts officially translated into English. Both the unofficial and the English translated version must be submitted. Two letters of recommendation from employers, professors Statement of purpose: Your statement should discuss your long range goals and interest in the chosen discipline and reason for applying to the program.
The maximum word limit is 500 words. Resume optional Additional writing samples TOEFL score, Pearson, or IELTS score for international applicants whose native language is not English. This requirement is waived for applicants who have attended a US college for four years. Unless otherwise indicated under Departmental Requirements, the minimum required TOEFL score is 600 (paper) 250 (computer) 100 (Internet) and the required IELTS score is 6.
5. Please make sure that you register for a TOEFL or IELTS test that will enable you to submit your scores by the application deadline or soon after. It generally takes four to six weeks to receive the scores. Check www.toefl.org for information on testing sites. Submit any print documents you intend to mail in one envelope if possible and mail to: Pratt Institute Office of Graduate Admissions, Myrtle Hall 2nd floor, 200 Willoughby Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11205 Phone: 718 636-3514 Fax: 718 399-4242 Portfolio: Portfolio requirements should be uploaded at pratt.
slideroom.com. INTERIOR DESIGN MS (FALL ONLY) BROOKLYN CAMPUS Applicants with an undergraduate degree in interior design, architecture, or other closely related design fields are eligible for the 48 credit two-year graduate program. A portfolio is required for the two year MS (see guidelines for submission below). A two semester Qualifying Program of an additional 20 credits is required for applicants whose undergraduate backgrounds are unrelated to interior or architecture but whose applications indicate a strong aptitude for graduate study.
These students complete 68 credits in three years. It should be noted that applicants to the Qualifying Program are not required to submit a portfolio. We do encourage applicants to the Qualifying Program to submit a portfolio of work from other disciplines and interest such as fine arts, fashion, industrial design or communications design. Portfolios (15–25 images) should be submitted as follows: (1) Upload at pratt.
slideroom.com—strongly preferred (2) print portfolio sized 8.5″ x 11″ hard copies may be submitted. Students applying to the two year program, portfolio must demonstrate skills from previous education and/or professional experience. Please make sure to notate attributions in group projects and/or professional work. Students applying to the three-year graduate program who do have work to show may submit it according to the formats above.
We do not schedule interviews in person but applicants are encouraged to arrange a visit to the department by calling 718 636-3630. ASHCAN STUDENT WORK FOR MFA INTERIOR DESIGN ADMISSIONS by Yoon Cornell University Contact: Caldwell Hall Cornell University Ithaca, NY 14853 – 2602 Tel: 1-607-255-5820 Deadline: February 1, 2014 Admission: Online Application Non-refundable application fee of $95 GRE general test English language proficiency requirements: All international applicants must demonstrate proficiency in the English language.
International students demonstrate proficiency by submitting official test scores from TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language). Cornell does not currently accept IELTS or PTE scores as an alternative to the TOEFL. For applicants in regions where the TOEFL iBT is not available, Cornell will continue to accept scores for the paper-based test (PBT). Although individual graduate fields may require higher scores, Cornell’s official minimum sub-scores for each element of the TOEFL are: IBT Version: Writing: 20 Listening: 15 Reading: 20 Speaking: 22 Three letters of recommendation, which must be submitted by faculty members from your college or institution.
Personal statement should include your reasons for undertaking graduate work and an explanation of your academic interests, including their relation to your undergraduate study and professional goals. Transcripts from each previously attended college or university are required. All transcripts, diplomas or academic records must be official documents issued by the college or university and provided in the original language.
Portfolio: Present your 2D and 3D work from a variety of media including design projects, drawing, painting, ceramics, graphics, photography, woodworking, etc. in a portfolio, not exceed one-side or two-side pages. Please include highly-quality scanned copies or printed photographic images, in color or black and white, of original work images. Do not include original work. Compile images in a binder or flat folio with photos and/or images, for example, in clear plastic sleeves.
Present your material in a neat, well – organized manner, including a table of contents. We are flexible with the format of the material, however the maximum page size allowed is 8 ½” x 11”.\ Label each portfolio item with information on the medium used, the date it was produced, whether the project was done for a class or independently, as well as the original size of work Pre-application portfolio reviews are not conducted.
Send Portfolio and Index to: Portfolio Review Committee, Office of Admissions, Student and Career Development, College of Human Ecology, Cornell University, 170 Martha Van Rensselaer Hall, Ithaca, New York 14853 – 4401 ASHCAN STUDENT WORK FOR MFA INTERIOR DESIGN ADMISSIONS by Yoon Parsons Contact: Parsons Graduate Programs (PS 300) Office of Admission 72 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10011 thinkparsonsgrad@newschool.
edu Deadline: January 10, 2014 Admission: Online Application $50 non-refundable application fee Unofficial Transcripts: You must upload an unofficial transcript or academic record for each institution (even if you didn’t receive a degree) in the Educational Background section of the online application. Non-English transcripts must be accompanied by an English translation. Official Transcripts: Applicants offered admission will be required to submit official transcripts (as well as official certified translations and evaluations of the transcripts/mark sheets and degree certifications if the degree was earned outside of the U.
S.) to The New School. All transcripts not written in English must be accompanied by a certified English translation. Foreign Credentials with Transfer Credits: Applicants who would like to transfer academic credits earned at non-U.S. institutions are required to have their transcript(s) evaluated by World Education Services (WES), our preferred provider, or by another member of the National Association of Credit Evaluation Services (NACES).
A course-by-course evaluation must be prepared for each transcript. If using WES, visit http://www.wes.org for instructions and to begin the application process. The “Required Documents” section will explain what to send. If you request your report online, search for “New School Parsons” when selecting our institution. WES will send your completed evaluation directly to The New School. Electronic Transcripts: If your school sends transcripts electronically, The New School’s approved vendors are: Avow Systems, Inc.
and Docufide Inc./Rebranded as Parchment, Inc. National Student Clearinghouse Naviance by Hobsons Pearson SCRIP-SAFE International Xap Corporation Electronic transcripts should be sent to GRtranscripts@newschool.edu. Résumé: Submit a brief resume/vitae summarizing your academic qualifications, relevant work experience, volunteer/community work, travel, exhibitions, public speaking, or any other relevant experiences as they may relate to your field of study, including dates and positions held.
Please also note any special language or computer skills that you have. Statement of Interest and Intentions: Please outline your reasons for applying to this program. In what ways will you contribute to the subject matter of the program? You should include a thoughtful description of your background, tentative plan of study or area of inquiry in the field as you now envision it, your professional goals, and how this graduate program will help you realize those goals.
If you have not been enrolled as a student in the past five years, please address anticipated opportunities and challenges in pursuing the degree, and future career expectations upon completion of the program. Recommendations: You are required to submit two letters of recommendation from faculty or people with whom you have worked professionally. GRE: If English is your native language, submit your scores on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) and general tests (Verbal, Quantitative, and Analytical Writing).
TOEFL: If English is not your native language, submit results of the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or IELTS (International English Language Testing System). The minimum score required for acceptance to the program is 92 for Internet-based exam. The minimum IELTS score required is a 7.0. Portfolio: Submit Portfolio through Slideroom ($15 Slideroom fee) Portfolio: The portfolio must be completed in Slideroom only.
The purpose of the portfolio is to show your individual perspective and creative skills. Prepare a sequence of 15-25 images that best communicate your visual thinking. Include work that best demonstrates your skills from previous educational and/or professional experience. Sketches and conceptual work may also be included. We welcome students from a wide variety of disciplines. If you are an applicant without previous training in architecture or design related fields, you may demonstrate your aptitude by submitting examples of freehand drawing, photography, painting, sculpture, graphic design, three-dimensional work, furniture, product design or digital media, amongst others.
Time-based works such as film, video, performance, installation or sound are also accepted. Do not combine images in a prepared presentation or slideshow of any type (e.g., PowerPoint or Keynote). ASHCAN STUDENT WORK FOR MFA INTERIOR DESIGN ADMISSIONS by Yoon New England School of Art & Design at Suffolk University Contact: Graduate Admission 73 Tremont Street, 6th Floor Boston, MA 02108 Phone: 617-573-8302 Email: gradadmission@suffolk.
edu Deadline: February 1, 2014 Admission: Online Application Non-refundable $50 fee Original transcript from each college or university attended International Transcripts: Applicants who have attended an institution of higher education outside of the United States are required to submit an official “Course-by-Course Evaluation” of their academic credentials. Please visit the International Students page for details.
Note for U.S. Study Abroad Students: All coursework and grades must be reflected on an official transcript. If your study abroad coursework and grades are not available on a U.S. transcript, an official evaluation will be required. Confirmation of Undergraduate Degree Goal Statement: Please outline your reasons for applying to the program. Include a candid analysis of professional objectives, both long- and short-term, and indicate how the graduate program to which you are applying will help you achieve them.
There is no minimum or maximum length for this statement; however, one to two pages is usually sufficient. Resume Submit two letters of recommendation from faculty members with whom you have studied or from people with whom you have worked professionally. Academic Testing: After reviewing this section, please refer to your program of interest for specific testing requirements as some graduate programs do not require standardized testing for admission.
Examination scores must be submitted directly by the testing agency to the Office of Graduate Admission to complete the application process. Scores are valid from the date taken for five (5) years. In addition, test scores will be reviewed once and only once. Students may not submit new scores after admission in order to be reconsidered for merit aid. Suffolk University’s code for ETS test scores is 3771.
No department code is needed for GRE test-takers. Suffolk University’s code for the GMAT are program-dependent, as follows: MBA full-time: ZWT-BN-92 MBA part-time: ZWT-BN-83 Executive MBA: ZWT-BN-29 Other Master’s: ZWT-BN-55 English proficiency: International applicants must submit proof of English proficiency via successful completion of the TOEFL or IELTS. Additional details, including exemption criteria, can be found on the International Students page: Proficiency in English is required of all international applicants.
Applicants whose native language is not English must take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). The TOEFL examination is given in internet-based (iBT), computer-based, and paper-based formats. A minimum TOEFL score of 80 in the iBT scoring system (with no subscore lower than 17), 213 computer-based, or 550 paper-based is required of applicants whose native language is not English. Suffolk University’s code for TOEFL test scores is 3771.
We also accept the International English Language Testing System test (IELTS), and a minimum score of 6.5 is required, with no subscores below 6.0. You must have an official copy of the test result sent directly from the testing service. English-proficiency test scores are also a consideration in the awarding of merit fellowships. Scores are valid for two (2) years from the date the exam is taken.
Interview Portfolio: Portfolio required: 12 to 15 pieces of recent, original artwork demonstrating both technical competency and creative ability. Applicants with prior studio background, who are seeking exemption from Foundation or Foundational Design coursework, should submit a significantly more extensive portfolio. Portfolio submitted through online process with Slideroom ASHCAN STUDENT WORK FOR MFA INTERIOR DESIGN ADMISSIONS by Yoon School of the Art Institute of Chicago Contact: Office of Graduate Admissions 36 S.
Wabash Ave., suite 1201 Chicago, IL 60603 Phone: 800.232.7242 or 312.629.6100 Fax: 312.629.6101 Email: email@example.com Deadline: January 10, 2014 Admissions: Non-refundable application fee Domestic application fee $80 International application fee $100 Official College Transcripts from each college you have attended Statement of Purpose: Write a 500- to 700-word statement that describes your work or research.
Discuss how you came to focus on the medium, body of work, or academic area you wish to pursue at the graduate level. Also discuss future directions or goals for your work, and describe how the Master of Fine Arts in Studio (Interior Architecture) is particularly suited to your professional goals. Two letters of recommendation from persons who are qualified to write about your potential success at SAIC.
Interview is not required, applicants are welcomed to contact the Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Designed Objects department to request an informational interview at 312.629.6650 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Submit Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS) results with your application. The Institution Code for SAIC is 1713. TOEFL: 85 IELTS: 6.
5 Portfolio: Instructions for submitting ePortfolios will be sent either to the email address associated with your SAIC application, or to the email address associated with your ePortfolio account, if you already have one. You will receive the link to your ePortfolio 24 to 48 hours after you save the first page of the online application. Your portfolio should include samples of your recent work: 15–20 still images OR 20 minutes of interactive or time-based work Optional support materials may include such items as performance notes and original scores and compositions.
Images: .jpg, .gif, .pdf (up to 5 MB each) Videos: .flv, .wv, .mov (up to 60 MB each) Audio: .mp3 (up to 10 MB each) Text documents: MUST be in .pdf format (up to 10 MB each) Direct all inquiries regarding the ePortfolio to email@example.com, 800.232.7242, or 312.629.6100. ASHCAN STUDENT WORK FOR MFA INTERIOR DESIGN ADMISSIONS by Yoon NYSID Contact: New York School of Interior Design Office of Admissions 170 East 70th Street New York, NY 10021 (212) 472-1500 x205admissions@nysid.
edu Deadline: February 1, 2014 Admissions: You can apply online Non-refundable application fee $60 for domestic students $100 for international students Essay: Applicants must submit a typed personal statement, roughly one page in length, describing their educational and professional goals. This can be mailed to the Admissions Office or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Resumes: Applicants must submit a typed personal statement, roughly one page in length, describing their educational and professional goals.
This can be mailed to the Admissions Office or emailed to email@example.com. Official College / University Transcripts: Applicants must have an undergraduate degree or the equivalent from an accredited institution to be considered for any graduate program at NYSID. An official transcript from the degree-granting institution, as well as any other institutions attended after high school, are required.
Applicants who have completed their degree in a foreign country may need to have their transcript(s) evaluated by an outside organization. Two letters of recommendation are required from employers, professors, or others who are qualified to judge the applicant’s aptitude for graduate study. Proof of English proficiency: All applicants whose primary language is not English are required to show proof of their English proficiency.
This proficiency can be shown in several ways: An official score on the Test of English as Foreign Language (TOEFL). The minimum score is 79 on the internet-based test or 213 on the computer- based test. The NYSID TOEFL code is 9185. An official score of the International English Language Testing System (IELTS). The minimum score is 6.0. Completing an English composition course at an accredited college in a country where English is the primary language can be used to Show proficiency.
The final grade in the English course must be a “C” or higher in the American grading scale. Remedial courses or courses taken in English as a second language (ESL) programs cannot be considered. Completing level 112 at an ELS language center and submitting an official certificate-of-completion. International Student Requirements NYSID is authorized under Federal law to enroll non-immigrant students.
In addition to the regular admissions requirements for undergraduate programs, international students must also submit an evaluation of foreign transcripts by World Educational Service (WES). The WES evaluation is required of all applicants educated in countries outside the United States. The WES evaluation will translate the student’s academic credentials into English and convert their marks into the United States grading scale.
It is the student’s responsibility to provide all high school (secondary) and/or college (postsecondary) academic records to WES for a course-by-course credential evaluation. This is necessary to determine admissibility and to assess any possible transfer credits. Please see International Student Requirements for further details. Portfolio: Portfolio requirements differ depending on the program.
MFA-2, MPS in Interior Lighting Design, MPS in Sustainable Interior Environments: applicants must submit a portfolio of a minimum of 15 pieces of design work. Applicants must demonstrate a professional level of design skill that, in the opinion of the graduate admissions committee, enables the applicant to successfully pursue advanced study. MPS in Healthcare Interior Design: applicants who have an undergraduate degree in interior design or a closely related field are required to submit.
A portfolio matching the description cited above. Applicants who have a degree in an area other than a design related field will be considered without a portfolio. MFA-1: applicants have the option of applying with or without a portfolio. If a portfolio is submitted, it should consist of 10-15 pieces of fine art-based work that may include still life compositions, sculptures, landscapes, portraits, figure studies, and/or renderings of interior spaces.
Drafting/technical drawings should be submitted if possible. MFA-1 applicants who do not have a portfolio are welcome to apply without one. If the applicant meets all other admission standards, they will be accepted pending completion of a two-week qualifying workshop offered in the summer session. This workshop is not offered prior to going through the application process. The qualifying workshop is not open to those applying to any program other than MFA-1.
Portfolios may be submitted via JPG or PDF images on a CD or USB Flash drive, or in prints or books. Portfolios cannot be returned unless a self-addressed, stamped envelope is provided. ASHCAN STUDENT WORK FOR MFA INTERIOR DESIGN ADMISSIONS by Yoon Advertisements
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