So, I'm planning on applying to a program called Studio (which is a major), which would give me a BA. Despite the fact that it's not a BFA, most of the classes from the course list are practical/hands on (painting, sculpting, etc.) and you do build a portfolio. The only difference I think is that you also do a lot of theoretical classes, and you don't need to submit a portfolio to get into the program.
Whenever I ask people what university classes are like they usually respond in terms of classes like english/science/etc, so I was wondering. How would a course in practical art (like sculpting) run? How would that work? Would it be in a studio? Would the class sizes be smaller? How would exams work?
I'm not really sure how to word this, sorry. ^~^' But does anyone have experience with similar programs? What are they like? Also, are they really hard?