requirements for all portfolios
Your portfolio may include work that you have done over a single year or longer, in class, or on your own or in a class other than high school, such as one at a museum or summer camp. If you submit work that makes use of photgraphs, published images, and/or other artist' works, you must show subtantial and significant development beyond duplication. This may be demonstrated through manipulation of the formal qualities, design and/or concept of the original work. It is unethical, constitutes plagiarism, and often violates copyight law to simply copy an image (even in another medium) that was made by someone else. Your portfolio will be evaluated by a minimum of three and a maximum of seven artis-educators.
Pre-project sketches required for for each project. Sketches can be in pencil (or colored pencil if final art will be in color). Sketches should work out essential design issues before you start the final project. Sketches also prove the work is yours and not copied. These include: 1. Composition, arrangements of shapes and objects. 2. Range of values (darks and light areas). 3. If color is used, the basic color arrangements .
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