Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Where to study Art-Choosing an Art College

I f you have been interested in being an artist for a while, whether it’s a lifelong dream or something that struck your fancy only recently, a natural step is to learn more about your area of interest through study.

A lot of options are available nowadays. A vast number of highly qualified schools not only offer classes in a particular geographical area, but online as well.

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Some schools offer a mix of both distance and on-site training.
How do you know what to choose?

The first thing you have to do when establishing which school is best for you is your area of study.
What interests you most about art?

Is it the practical, hands on aspect?
Is it passing on learning to others, for example, to children?
Is it the vivid graphics that can be found in computer games or computer animated movies?

All these factors will affect your choice of school, because although all schools may be good, not every school might be an expert in your chosen area of specialization in art.

The second thing to consider is finances.
Online courses are usually less costly than courses that require you to be on-site.
Many reputable Colleges offer accredited online Degrees and Diplomas.

After you have narrowed down your list to about five schools, go through it again, checking what past and current students have to say about the quality of the experience and whether what will be provided will help you reach your goals.

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