Are you the student who has always dreamed of growing up to be a prima ballerina, an Oscar winning director, or even a famous architect someday? Or are you the parent or high school counselor looking to assist a potential student through the admissions process for a visual arts school? If you answered qyesq to either of these questions, your solution is just a few pages away! Lloyd Peterson's qConsider the Artsq is an inside-track guide designed for anyone interested in gaining insight and knowledge into what recruiters for schools associated with the fields of Architecture, Dance, Film, Music, Theater, and Visual Arts are looking for. Expert advice is given from a diverse and extremely qualified group of counselors currently working at high schools that emphasize the performing and visual arts so that you, the reader, can address significant questions. Examples include: -Do I even need a degree if I want to be an actor or actress? -If so, what specific degree will give me an edge in this competitive industry? -What are the most important elements of an audition and my portfolio? -Is a conservatory environment more conducive to my success as an arts student as opposed to a traditionally academically structured one? If creativity, drive and talent are the basic elements in the formula for success in the performing and visual arts, qConsider the Artsq is the equation that will help it all make sense for you in this comprehensive and easy-to-follow guide.aWe got off the plane at 2:15 and the Southern California wind blew softly through my hair. ... She writes a superb essay that describes her dad: the role model, the provider, the best friend, the confidante. ... the brightest kids who do not) would write incredibly reflective essays and give the admissions officers what they want.
|Title||:||Consider the Arts|
|Publisher||:||Hillcrest Publishing Group - 2009-04-01|