The portfolio review will be
a short, private meeting with faculty members. While an in-person review is
recommended, electronic reviews with telephone contact prior to review are also
accepted. Your portfolio should
consist of 10 to 20 examples of recently completed art work,
which reflects your interests, experience, and abilities. The portfolio has
three parts: Contact information, Artist Statement of Intent, and Artwork
Part 1 – Contact Information. Please include all of the following:
Name, Mailing Address, Contact
Telephone No., and Email address.
Part 2 – Artist Statement of Intent
Include a short 100-150 word artist statement (statement of intent)
summarizing your artistic interest and what is being submitted in your
portfolio. Be sure to answer/address the following:
- Clarify your media choices (why do you work in your media of
- Where do you see your work going conceptually?
- Who are you (who do you want to be) as an artist?
- What do you look to gain from your undergraduate studies in visual
Also, be sure to name an area
of intended concentration chosen from the following list:
· B.F.A. in Art – Concentrations include Ceramics,
Illustration, Photography, Sculpture
· B.F.A. in CAD – Concentrations include Animation
or Graphic Design
· B.F.A. in Glass – Concentration includes Glass
· B.A. in Film – Concentrations include
Screenwriting or Directing
· B.A. in Art – Concentrations vary
Part 3 – Artwork Samples
section should consist of 10 to 20 examples of recently completed artwork.
Images should be inserted in plastic sleeves and bound in a 3-ring binder.
Depending on the media represented in your portfolio, please follow the below
2-Dimensional works, include un-mounted 8x10 inch originals or hard copy
3-Dimensional works, include 8x10 inch digital prints of works or bring original
works to the in-person review if easily transported.
4-Dimensional works, include a CD or DVD with digital files of animations, web
design, film, etc. Computer Art & Design students may submit digital art
work, but should contact the Computer Art & Design Department at
904.256.7374 to discuss compatible formats, and bring hard copy examples or
images, as well as all digital files, should be numbered and labeled.
a separate sheet of paper indicating the corresponding number, title, medium,
size, and date of completion for each artwork example.
submit digital images of portfolio artwork on CD for projection during review.