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The mission of Art School Advantage is to help prospective students and their parents, current studenTs, and graduates develop their personal, life-long advantage in the form of saving money, saving time, and avoid pitfalls by making highly-informed decisions, before attending, while attending, and after graduating from an art or design school, college or program.
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Going to a conservatory is the initial step every art student must take. Those who love to perform benefit from giving dance or instrumental conservatories a try. Likewise, visual arts and music are good choices for people with a knack for the classics. With so many conservatories out there, it is easy to specialize in a particular art form. If you want to enter a conservatory but still have doubts about doing so, this is the perfect podcast for you. Welcome to Art School Insiders, a show th ...
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This is a series of podcast from the Ruskin School of Art. The Ruskin, as it is known, is the Fine Art Department of the University of Oxford. In an intimate and dynamic environment, the school gathers together cutting edge contemporary artists and art theorists with some of the brightest and most creative art students. Fine Art is taught as a living element of contemporary culture with a broad range of historical and theoretical references. Comprising both a flourishing undergraduate progra ...
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We all struggle to find time for our artwork, whether that's time in our studio or time in our headspace alongside all our other committments! It's something that my students at ArtSchoolbySubscription struggle with. Listen to this podcast for some effective solutions, and one fairly experimental one at the end!…
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In this session I explore how introducing limitation into your art practice can give you energy and inspiration. This is perfect for those of us who have everything; all the materials, space and ability that we need, yet still don't make art because we lack motivation or ideas. Limitation can come in various forms and it has enacted huge shifts in …
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Did you ever wonder why OCSA shows are so much better in quality by high school standards? In this episode, Alex and Lannea give us a backstage and onstage look of what life is like for an OCSA student. They share some details around what shows they have performed, what kind of training they receive to ace their roles, and how all that helps to mak…
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We've talked about the arts and theater and the performances here at OSCA, but for today's episode, Lannea and Alex get into what the academic side of OSCA looks like. From skill-level-based classes, and unique grading systems, to subjects and electives, the two hosts have got you covered. Plus, find out about which academic teams you can join and …
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It’s Pride Month! For this episode, Lannea and Alex discuss OSCA Pride and the different activities available to celebrate The LGBTQ+ Community. The two dive deeper into discussing sexuality and the acceptance of different identities in society and why the education-based culture in OSCA makes it such a welcoming space for people in the community. …
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Lannea and Alex give a breakdown on the many OCSA Instagram Accounts, both official and student-made. From student activities, basic info, clubs, confessionals, ships, memes, even liminal spaces, they’ve got you covered. Also, get your dose of serotonin from Laney as she shares some confessions from one of the OCSA Instagram accounts. To find out m…
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The Orange County School of the Arts is home to many conservatories. This can obviously lead into a bunch of stereotypes for each conservatory. Lannea and Alex explore the different stereotypes in the school. Discover all the stereotypes from the chaotic Visual Art student to the quiet but cool Instrumental student. Find out what Lannea and Alex ar…
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OCSA, or the Orange County School of Arts, is an award-winning arts school founded in 1987 by Dr. Ralph Opacic. From a small after-school arts program, it has grown into one of the premier arts schools in the nation. Today, Lannea and Alex talk about the admissions process at OCSA and share their experiences going through admissions and getting acc…
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Filmmaker, musician, and actress Lisa Hammer spoke to us about her awesome life. From her very early films made possible by editing video for an s&m company to her career as a medieval shoegaze singer and so much more! 1:00 "That kids going places” - how Lisa feels about Grant4:30 Lisa went to Emerson College9:30 Lisa loves silent and exploitation …
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This is a backlog episode that we decided to release in conjunction with the Duchamp episode released recently. Beatrice Wood was a muse and collaborator of Marcel Duchamp and Henri-Pierre Roche. This episode is primarily about her relationship with the Avant Garde movement, specifically Dada. And honestly what it was like being a fun and cool woma…
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Graphic Designer Leslie Xia sits down with us to talk about her experience at MICA, teen magazine aesthetic and her childhood. :50 This is the Vice Mice Podcast 4:30 Leslie and Grant went to school together!5:00 Leslie was a child spy7:00 I THINK they're talking about GOYA8:30 Cooper Union has a stressful application process 11:30 Stop motion anima…
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The Dropout Gang discusses the entire lifework of Marcel Duchamp in only 10 minutes.0:20 Welcome Suerynn!3:00 Duckboat is a good band name 5:20 Marcel Duchamp was, YES, a well known chess player6:45 Marcel Duchamp was a shy guy7:30 Nude Descending a Staircase8:10 Retinal art // bad10:30 Marcel Duchamp the bad boy of the art world 11:15 Dada 12:20 T…
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Episode 05 ‘Some Are Big Like Pebbles and Some Are Small Like Sand’. This podcast investigates extra-curricular activities at the School, focussing on a programme of events that ran throughout the 1970s and into 1990s called Activities Week. The episode is composed of staff and student recollections of this time and features extracts of audio from …
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Episode 4, ‘Talk, Make, Play’ is the second part of the podcasts focussing on the Mixed Media department at Glasgow School of Art. This part discusses the work made by the students of the department, the opportunities for students leaving art school in the late 1970s-early 1980s and what eventually happened to Mixed Media. It features in order of a…
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Episode 3, ‘Evolutionary not Revolutionary’ is the first of a two part podcast which looks at the Mixed Media course at Glasgow School of Art which ran from 1977-1981. This first part focuses on the formation of the department, which was set up and run by Roger Hoare. Mixed Media was set up as an area students could go to experiment with different …
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Episode 2, Section Five. Section Five was an experimental First Year course run by Ted Odling. Initially the course was set up in 1962. In 1965 Ted was awarded a Leverhulme Fine Arts Travel Grant to visit Art Colleges across Europe, following this trip Ted set up a new General Course at GSA for first and second year students. This podcast features …
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Episode 1, First things First charts the changes that took place in the first year studies programme at Glasgow School of Art from 1968 to now. GSA ran a two-year general course as an integral part of the diploma programme up until 1970 when it changed to a one year course, eventually becoming more like a foundation. The podcast is a combination of…
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