Specifically developed for those interested in pursuing a career in the arts, this free program offers one-on-one consultations with experienced representatives from fine arts colleges. Portfolio Day encourages open dialogue about student work, addresses questions about college plans and supports exchange amongst all participants.
This year, the hui will once again welcome Cari L. McIalwain of Seattle’s Cornish College of the Arts, Robynne Royster of San Francisco’s California College of the Arts, and Sarah Kamsler of Portland’s Pacific Northwest College of Art: a dynamic team with a wealth of arts and academia experience.
Portfolios should include a student’s best and most recent work, but can also include works in progress, sketchbooks and other samples. Students should expect to hear many different opinions of their work, and be prepared to explain how they developed their ideas and vision.
The Hui No‘eau Visual Arts Center’s free Portfolio Day program offers one-on-one consultations with experienced representatives from fine arts colleges.
Parents, teachers and school counselors are all encouraged to attend.
Spend the afternoon at the hui, picnic on the lawn, share your work with peers and pros and make some new connections.
Contact Youth Programs and Marketing Manager Kelly McHugh at 572-6560, ext. 29, for more information.