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Summer Intensive  
Portfolio Development 

Whether you are thinking about Animation, Engineering, Fashion Design, Illustration, or other programs,  a strong portfolio will provide you with an advantage. Our Summer Portfolio Program provides an intense, focused experience to allow to allow students to utilize value time to create superior quality work 

Summer 2023 Intensive Portfolio Development Program

A personalized program designed for high school students, recent graduates and community college students who would like to increase their chances of acceptance into the best art institutions.

The program is focused on providing students with an intense Visual Arts learning experience in the areas of Drawing, Painting, Design, Comic Arts, Printmaking and Sculpture.  Our program is based on the assessment of student’s work samples, skill levels, interests and the requirements of their chosen colleges or programs with the objective of helping students produce a collection of work that demonstrates ability, creativity and commitment. 

The Summer Portfolio Program consists of three 3-week full day sessions- Monday through Friday,
10am - 3pm.  Students receive personal instruction on specific topics and work on projects in 
studio.  Students are required to also work independently, in-studio and out, between lessons and
complete their assigned projects.


* dates subject to change - we will craft a program suitable to your student's needs

SESSION I     June 19-July 7th ( no class July 4)

                         Observational Drawing

SESSION II    July 10- July 28

                        Conceptual Design

SESSION III   July 31- Aug 18

                         Figure or Portrait Drawing   (SESSION FULL)



Stone Branch School of Art’s programs foster an environment where
the unique talents and perspectives of individual students can develop and flourish.
Our mission is to provide students with intellectually informed, hands-on instruction in the
practice of an array of age appropriate visual arts media.

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