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Gallery Show

Wednesday, June 14, 2017 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm , Main Gallery, Cornish College of the Arts

Annually the AIGA Link Program hosts a Gallery Show to exhibit students' work and award financial scholarships.  Students submit their work in May for this one night event where they get to share the work they have created over the past year with their community in a gallery environment.  The evening includes celebratory noshes, spinning by Neon Trotsky, a video of highlights showcasing the year of workshops & the announcement of our educational scholarship winners.  

Directions & Parking:
Cornish is located near Downtown Seattle at Denny and Lenora (one block west of Fairview or one block east of Westlake). Please enter on the Terry Ave. side of the intersection of Lenora & Terry. The Gallery Show will take place downstairs in the Main Gallery.

Cornish College of the Arts
1000 Lenora Street
Seattle, WA 98121


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Junior/Senior Portfolio Workshop

Saturday, November 5, 2016 - 9:00am to 12:30pm , School of Visual Concepts, 2300 7th Avenue ste B, Seattle, WA 98121

This Workshop is structured to provide students with an overview of what a portfolio is and how portfolio's are used both for college applications and in the  professional world. After an introduction from Terry Marks on the value of story, personalization of your work and portfolio, Volunteer reviewers pair off with students for one-on-one evaluations. Volunteers, who are familiar with college and professional aspirations, help students review strengths and weakness of their work and help them hone skills or identify gaps needed to fill in their portfolio. They also talk to students about types of portfolios both physical and online. Goal is to help build confidence, bolster strengths and give vision and purpose to students. Student are then paired with a professional photographer who helps them photograph a few key pieces of their artwork and explains how to set up lighting and backdrops so student have knowledge to do future capturing on their own. Finally, students conducted an exit interview with a volunteer who is a professional talent placement recruiter. The goal of this is to demonstrate presentation and communication skills to the students, giving them a boost in confidence, practice in front of each other and trust in their abilities to speak with someone they don't know.

Take-Aways: instructional handouts, flash drive for JPEG images and oversize carry case portfolio are provided for each student.

More helpful information on building a portfolio for college:  http://www.studentartguide.com/articles/how-to-make-an-art-portfolio-for-college-or-university