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Realistic "traditional" art - is it taught well at CC?

shoot4moonshoot4moon Registered User Posts: 1,270 Senior Member
DD is interested in a dual major or major/minor in science and art. Her art interests are purely representational, which is not the most popular on campuses at this time.

Can anyone give an opinion on the quality of the teaching in "traditional" techniques such as figure drawing from life, realistic portraiture, etc? We are heading out for our first college exploration tour, and want to focus on schools who could feed this side of the art coin. I have been lobbying strongly for Colorado College, but the website galleries are all more abstract in nature. Thank you!!!
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