Saturday, March 27, 2010
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Friday, March 19, 2010
What: OPEN HOUSE
When: Saturday, March 27, 2010
Where: The future site of TAD RVA, The Art Department's Richmond, VA based POD.
Who: Potential and Future TAD students.
In attendance: Sterling Hundley (Director, TAD RVA), Josh George (TAD RVA, Studio Lead), and Jeff Love (TAD RVA, Resident Assistant)
210 Rocketts Way
Henrico County, Virginia 23231 (Just East of Tobacco Row in Downtown Richmond)
TAD RVA will be holding an OPEN HOUSE in our future TAD RVA location on Saturday, March 27th from 9am- 5pm. TAD RVA's OPEN HOUSE is being held as a forum for future and potential students to ask TAD RVA specific questions, as well as to offer insight into future TAD programs at large. The TAD RVA location is under construction, but the OPEN HOUSE should give future students a better understanding of TAD, TAD RVA's connection to the city of Richmond, our Faculty and Curriculum, and the Region as a whole.
Sterling Hundley, Director of TAD RVA, Josh George, TAD RVA's Studio Lead, and Jeff Love, TAD RVA's Resident Assistant, will be in attendance to answer your questions.
Sterling and Josh will be doing live painting and drawing demonstrations from 11am until 4pm during the OPEN HOUSE.
Please come to meet us, we have amazing things in store for our future students!
For questions regarding the TAD RVA OPEN HOUSE, or the TAD RVA POD, please contact Sterling Hundley directly at: email@example.com
At the Art Department, artists have the ability to become established, successful, and famous by getting the information they need to create a portfolio of professional work. The school faculty is connected, through the Illustration Academy, the ConceptArt.Org community, and Massive Black to the largest pool of entertainment developers, toy makers, book and comic publishers, international print publications, multi-media distribution channels, video game publishers, game developers, social media creators, film studios, visual effects houses, and leading fine art galleries anywhere. The days of being lucky to be exposed to 20 or 30 companies during art school are of the past. The Art Department has the ability to expose its students, who earn their stripes along the way, directly to the world of art.
It is The Art Department’s goal to provide the place where the next generation of artists can learn both online and in-person, from some of the most successful professionals in the industry. Options in the The Art Department exist to learn exclusively over the internet, online and in immersive workshops, or in person in four major U.S. cities (San Francisco CA, Austin TX, Kansas City MO, and Richmond VA). The curriculum is strict, but fluid. The lessons are adapted to the individual’s needs and goals, and his or her level advances according to the skills mastered.
In The Art Department, there are no degrees, nor pass or fail. Students are here to learn along with their instructors, and while the atmosphere is amicable and personal, it is disciplined as well. The students will be evaluated and their instruction begun accordingly. The program runs between 15 and 30 months depending on whether a student is awarded advanced placement. Ultimately, it depends on where each student is with their art knowledge and how quickly they progress. Advanced placement can be achieved by demonstrating that the student understands the necessary content through their portfolio.
Zero and low interest student loans are available to those who qualify and early tuition discounts are there for those who are ready. Two million dollars in scholarships are available to be awarded to the top students who apply and to those with severe financial need and talent to match. At The Art Department, the portfolio means everything. If you are an artist interested in career success or a parent seeking to find the right education for your son or daughter, this unique program is an informative, inspiring, and industry connected launch pad helping students to reach the biggest dreams.