By Heide Janssen | Orange County RegisterPUBLISHED: June 15, 2017 at 9:43 am | UPDATED: June 15, 2017 at 1:43 pm We asked graduating high school seniors to share with us their post-graduation plans for the fall. We heard from 486 visual arts students. Some plan to go to work and some are taking a gap year, but most are off to college, to study everything from animation to journalism to marine biology. We’ve listed them by the school they will attend, including their major and minor fields of study, statements about how the arts have influenced their plans, and their reason for choosing the institute they’ll be headed to. $ = scholarship received Nawal Seedat, El Modena UC Berkeley: molecular and cell biology (immunology and pathogenesis) major; public health, minor (Photo courtesy of Nawal Seedat)Jocelyn Fermin, Katella UCLA: environmental science (Photo courtesy of Jocelyn Fermin) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsShea Meyerson, OCSA Pacific Northwest College of Art: … [Read more...] about Where are 2017 Orange County visual arts students going to college?
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Sunday June 3, 2018 12:01 AM The Exeter Township teen plans on becoming a fashion designer. About Aimee School: Exeter High SchoolParents or guardians: Richard (deceased) and Deborah Schmale Activities highlights: Technology Student Association (president); National Honor Society; Girl Scouts; marching band; Student Forum; German American Partnership Program.Career or life goal: Become a successful fashion designer and possibly own my own fashion house.Post-high school plans: To attend either Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, N.Y., or the School of the Art Institute of Chicago to major in fashion design.What others are saying: “Aimee has an amazing art talent that I have seen thrive and grow in the last couple of years. She also possesses great leadership abilities in the classroom and has a natural ability to face a challenge and problem solve.” — Christina Pinkerton, high school art teacher Related Links Berks' Best 2018 photo gallery Written by Matthew … [Read more...] about Berks’ Best 2018 visual arts scholarship winner: Aimee Schmale, Exeter High School
In 1984, the College of Santa Fe announced the formation of a visual arts program; art classes had previously only been offered through the college’s humanities department. The new program, based on a European-style beaux arts model, would offer students instruction from a core group of faculty as well as visiting artists — an ambitious initiative, since the school didn’t have studio facilities at the time. Richard Cook, a former gallery director who had also headed an art program at a Louisiana college, was hired to direct the program. Two of the old barracks on campus were renovated to accommodate the needs of the new department. “When I started, there was no art department,” said photographer and photography dealer David Scheinbaum, who began teaching at the college in 1979 when another instructor, photographer Meridel Rubenstein, took a leave of absence. “The photography class was taught in a sink room in one of the … [Read more...] about Drawing on the talent pool: The visual arts program
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Cincinnati Ballet's 'Bold Moves' is perfect harmony of performing, visual art The program opened Thursday at the Aronoff Center. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Subscribe Today Log In Subscribed, but don't have a login? Activate your digital access. David Lyman, Enquirer contributor Published 2:00 p.m. ET April 28, 2018 CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN COMMENT EMAIL MORE It was hard to know what to expect from Cincinnati Ballet’s “Bold Moves,” which opened Thursday at the Aronoff Center. There were two world premiere ballets and one Cincinnati premiere danced in front of a massive painted … [Read more...] about Cincinnati Ballet’s ‘Bold Moves’ is perfect harmony of performing, visual art
LAKEWOOD, Ohio -- Winners of the Rotary Club of Lakewood and Rocky River's annual Speech, Music, and Visual Arts Contest were honored at an awards ceremony April 9 at Beck Center for the Arts in Lakewood. The competition annually showcases the talents of students attending Lakewood, Lutheran West, Magnificat, Rocky River and St. Edward high schools. Speech contest first-place winner was Nicholas Cleary. Taylor Heckel took second place and Gabby Murray placed third. All are from Lakewood High School. Speech contest finals took place at the Rotary Club's March 26 meeting. Speeches had to be of original content and were to be based on the four-way test of Rotary. This is the 73rd year for the club's speech competition. Music contest first-place winner was Angeliki Cintron, flute, Rocky River, performing "Flute Fantaisie" by Hue. Hannah Cogar, Lakewood, voice, placed second, performing "Gia il Sole dal gange" by Scarlatti, and Emily Erhardt, Lakewood, flute, placed third, performing … [Read more...] about Lakewood/Rocky River Rotary honors speech, music, visual arts contest winners: A Place in the Sun