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Art Students: How is the "realistic art" teaching?

shoot4moonshoot4moon Registered User Posts: 1,265 Senior Member
DD is just beginning her college exploration, and has an interest in both science and "realistic" art (think Michaelangelo). This type of art is not always taught - many programs are more experimental in focus. Can anyone comment on the art program here, and whether a student like this would be excited working with the current faculty? (Bonus points for any specific professor recommendations!) Believe it or not, figure drawing, realistic portraits, etc are not a current focus at many schools - kind of out of fashion. Thanks so much!!!!

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