*Based on the student’s progress and InArt’s class availability, the schedule can change.
**Every school portfolio requirements are annually updated, so please make sure to check the requirements regularly.
Our consulting package varies based on what grade you start your journey with us and what interests you have.
Once you begin your college preparation journey with InArt, we will build a master plan to show you exactly how to get there and accommodate based on your personal strengths and interests. We highly encourage you to start your college journey early for the best results, academically and artistically.
– High School Course Selection / GPA Check
– Personal Direction with Strengths and Interests
– Field Direction / Intended Area of Study
– Standardized Test Planning
– Extracurricular Activities
– Summer Program and Internship
Portfolio is a collection of your work, which shows how your skills and ideas have developed over a period of time. It demonstrates your creativity, personality, abilities and commitment, and helps us to evaluate your potential.
We offer a customized mentoring and portfolio program that blend a professional art education with personalized development for students to develop their own process for artistic expression.
Applicants with truly exceptions talents or accomplishments in Visual arts (art, film, photography) may submit 2-25 examples of recent work. Include title, brief description, medium and date created. Typically such submissions should demonstrate substantial talent beyond standard high-school level accomplishment. Such submissions are not required or expected; our staff will reach out to you if there is anything additional that would be helpful to us in our evaluation.
Visual art & architecture – Creative individuals with exceptional talent are welcome to submit a portfolio via SlideRoom.
We encourage all types of media art, including design, drawing, painting, mixed media, digital media, photography, sculpture, and architectural work. You may submit a portfolio of up to 10 images of your work for review. Include the title, medium, a brief description, date completed, and a brief description of each work’s concept or inspiration.
Note: only one Visual Art & Architecture portfolio is permitted per applicant.
Students may submit one Fine Art portfolio in the following media: Painting, Drawing & Printmaking, Photography, Sculpture, and Video, Digital Media & Electronic Art Students submitting a portfolio in Art Practice must include an artist’s statement of no more than 250 words describing concepts, formal issues, process and influences. Images must be arranged chronologically and captioned as follows: title, year, media, dimensions
1) PAINTING, DRAWING & PRINTMAKING
Submit exactly 10 slides of two-dimensional work demonstrating strong ideas and skills or a background in visual art practice beyond class assignments (inventive personal imagery, abstractions, difficult narratives, etc.). Work must be independently completed by the applicant. • Academic landscapes or figurative studies may be included but should not be the majority of submissions. • Do not submit PDFs showing multiple works. Each artwork must be submitted individual
Submit no more than 10 images of three-dimensional works in any or all of the following: mixed media, wood, metal, clay, installation or found objects. • We do not accept portfolios that include ceramics, architecture, or product design submissions
Submit 10 fine art images from the past two years. • Photographs will be evaluated based on aesthetic and technical merit, and must demonstrate both a meaningful connection with the subject(s) and the commitment to exploring and developing an individual vision as an artist.
• Upload up to 15 images, up to 5MB each. Accepted image formats include .jpg, .gif, or .png. A $10 non-refundable processing fee is also required at the time of submission. If you have a Common Application fee waiver, the SlideRoom fee will automatically be waived.
• Portfolios should be a strong supplement to your application, thoughtfully conceived and demonstrating above-average visual art talent.
• Class assignments, as well as work produced outside the classroom indicating your personal area of interest, are encouraged.
• If photographs are included, they are expected to go beyond hobbyist photography such as vacation snapshots or casually conceived images, and should include a variety of artistically sound content. A short statement about your interest in art may be included as well.
1. LACSHA Portfolio Required 3 Assignments
12 Art Pieces in total
• Create a piece of art from your imagination. It should be mixed media, incorporating more than one medium.
– The subject matter should be social, political or personal.
– Write a few sentences describing your idea and the imagery you used. Attach this to the back of the piece.
• From observation, create a still life which features 3-5 objects. The still life can be a painting or drawing and must be in color.
• Create a piece of art about a place. The place can be real or imagined.
2. OCSA visual art Portfolio
• One self-portrait drawing done in pencil.
• One observational drawing of three objects done in graphite pencil Or in colored pencil.
• One colored drawing or color painting.
• One Art Piece of applicant’s choice.
• Student must bring a labeled portfolio or any type of carrying case containing the 4 round one artworks and up to 10more original artworks produced in the last 12months only.
6th – 12th Grade
OVERVIEW: The Fundamental Art course will cover how to use basic traditional art mediums such as graphite pencils, charcoal, and paints; both watercolor and acrylic.
The class will focus on introducing the students to such mediums, eventually polishing their skills from beginner to intermediate level. Different techniques and basic skills needed in creating illustrations will be covered throughout the course.
Digital Drawing Class
OVERVIEW: Digital drawing is the act of drawing on graphics software in a computer. Common methods of digital drawing include a stylus or finger on a touchscreen device, stylus – or finger-to- touchpad, or in some cases, a mouse. There are many digital art programs and devices.
OVERVIEW: Students will learn how to design new worlds, characters, and objects through rich imagination and communicating these ideas to bring them to life.
OVERVIEW: The art or skill of combining text and pictures in advertisements, magazines, poster or books.
Fashion Design Class
Overview : Art of the application of design and aesthetics to clothing and accessories. This course will help you explore diverse drawing styles and techniques in the context of fashion.
OVERVIEW: Photography Photography is the art, application, and practice of creating durable images by recording light, either electronically by means of an image sensor, or chemically by means of a light-sensitive material such as photographic film.
3D Installation Class
OVERVIEW: Installation art is an artistic genre of three-dimensional works that are often site-specific and designed to transform the perception of a space.
OVERVIEW: An illustration is a visualization or a depiction made by an artist, such as a drawing, sketch, painting, photograph, or other kind of image of things seen, remembered or imagined, using a graphical representation
Kinder – 5th Grade
We offer multiple programs for students of all ages.
We offer multiple programs.
• Digital Painting
• YouTube Video Production