Portfolio Guidelines for a College of Fine Arts Scholarship
Once you have been accepted into the university you will be sent a link to submit your portfolio and other application materials.
3-15 arts technology works that showcase your existing skills and talents with technology and/or making art pieces. Applicants are encouraged to focus their portfolio towards one of the intended concentrations of study (Video Production, Visual Media, Audio Engineering and Production, Live Events Technology) but a small selection of pieces from other concentrations is also welcomed as it shows breadth.
Sketches, drawings, paintings, while not digital artwork, are still excellent examples as they allow reviewers to see your artistic eye. On another note, programming and/or web design and development pieces, while not traditional art, are also excellent examples as they allow reviewers to see your existing technical knowledge. Quality over quantity of pieces shown is appreciated.
*If more than 15 pieces are submitted, only the first 15 will be reviewed.
Portfolio Formatting Requirements:
- Printed Works should be photographed or scanned.
- All files must be provided digitally and hosted on the web. You can either submit the URL to your personal portfolio website if you have one or you can quickly create a free digital portfolio on Behance.net
- Instructions for hosting files on Behance can be found at http://www.creativebloq.com/portfolios/how-set-behance-portfolio-10121005
- Behance allows for users to embed videos, sound files etc from the following third party sites and should cover most display needs: Vimeo, YouTube, Adobe TV, Giphy, Amazon, Appointy, creddle.io, Twitter, Vine, Adobe Voice, Adobe Slate, Blip.tv, Dailymotion, SoundCloud, Mixcloud, Bandcamp, Scribd, Google Maps, Wufoo, SlideShare, Prezi, Sketchfab, Issuu, InVision and more.
- Each work submitted should have a title and a description of the assignment, personal goals, and/or concept displayed.