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need some help !

awd11111awd11111 Registered User Posts: 11 New Member
edited October 2007 in Visual Arts and Film Majors
Hi everyone !
I am looking for school which has good quality on foundation or undergraduate education, i am interested in too much things that i have not setup a concrete project of what I am gonna do in four or five years. I would like to learn photography, cinema(my favorite!), GD, Sculpture, music(piano, i do keyborad in band), fine arts( been doing for years)ETC.....
these specific ranking I have seen from internet are just for graduate, I really have no idea
As far, what I know is cooper union and RISD which have something on it, also hard to get in.

Any students who had already get in your schools have something to say?
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Replies to: need some help !

  • awd11111awd11111 Registered User Posts: 11 New Member
  • KatMTKatMT College Rep Posts: 4,145 Senior Member
    Not a student... but what are the other things you are looking for in a college? Size, location, etc...

    It sounds to me like a good liberal arts schools with strong arts programing.... Weslyan (sp?) in CT, Brown in RI, Hampshire in MA, Sarah Lawrence in NY, Bennington in VT... all small liberal arts colleges (except for Brown... Ivy University) with strong arts programming. Maybe also Marlborough College in VT?

    I think you will want a BA rather than a BFA.... a BFA requires you to pick a concentration in a specific area... a BA would allow you to explore more options.
  • patoispatois Registered User Posts: 186 Junior Member
    check out mica, the foundation program encompasses all of that
  • awd11111awd11111 Registered User Posts: 11 New Member
    cannt edit ... wanna restart the thread
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