This summer, AOMA is helping students get accepted at
top universities for Fall 2020 through our Summer portfolio program.
We prepare students to create the portfolio they need to be admitted into the best Fine Arts, Multi-Media, and Design programs in the world.
Our portfolio development classes offer a comprehensive program to help students create and present their best work to top universities. We’ve helped our students get into top universities like Yale, Cornell, Columbia, Brown, UC Berkeley, UCLA, Carnegie Mellon, USC, Chicago, Washington University in St. Louis, FIT, RISD, SCI-ARC, Parsons, Syracuse, Rice, Michigan, SVA, USC, AA, UAL, Liverpool, Central Saint Martins, UCL, Toronto, UBC, Waterloo, OCAD, McGill, and Emily Carr.
Our talented portfolio instructors are highly experienced and sit on panels to review portfolios for such universities as RISD and Capilano University’s Animation and Illustration/Design programs.
Courses will be held July 2 – August 31 1:00 – 7:00 pm daily
Preparing a Portfolio
A portfolio is a collection of your artwork that you submit to an art or design program at a university or college, showing your skills and ideas. Visual art, multi-media and design programs require students to submit a portfolio of works for admission, along with an essay and transcripts. Your portfolio demonstrates your artistic ability and commitment and helps schools to evaluate your potential.
There are so many applicants competing for spots in the top art and design programs at universities, so it is important to make your portfolio look professional to stand out from the crowd.
Our expert instructors have helped students get accepted into these colleges and universities: