The Arts College Fairs: What To Look For In 2013

Find a Performing and Visual Arts College Fair near you and go!   For any student with an interest in pursuing undergraduate or graduate study in theater, dance, music, or the visual arts, the Performing and Visual Arts (PVA) College Fair is a can’t-miss event. Learn about educational opportunities, portfolio days, audition and entrance requirements, […]

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College Prep Timeline For The Arts: September

The monthly planning guide for visual & performing arts students   Welcome back to school! It’s a new year with new challenges — academically, socially, and artistically. To help you adjust and adapt, examine future goals so that courses can be chosen to complement those goals and serve as good prerequisites for college. Explore all […]

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College Prep Timeline For The Arts: August

The monthly planning guide for visual & performing arts students   As we approach the final weeks of summer, anticipation is in the air for the school year ahead. By spending just a little time each month identifying your objectives, planning ahead, and taking action, you’ll be impressed by how much you can accomplish over […]

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College Prep Timeline For The Arts: July

The monthly planning guide for visual & performing arts students   Summer break is officially here, and it should be fully enjoyed. At the same time, with a few key steps, you can take advantage of the break to help set you up for success in the upcoming semester and well into your college years. […]

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Think You Need A BFA? Look at 50 Top Actors.

How can acting students determine the real value of a BFA?   Is a degree really necessary to be a successful actor? The short answer is no. You can find a lot of debate on the topic. Most will agree that one can excel as an actor without a college degree. The real question, however, […]

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College Prep Timeline For The Arts: June

The monthly planning guide for visual & performing arts students   Didn’t the school year just begin? It really does go that quickly, so do what you can to finish strong and begin planning for the coming year. Just remember, as you look ahead to the summer and beyond, enjoy the moment and appreciate all […]

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6 Keys To Choosing The Perfect College For The Arts

College criteria for ArtsBridge performing and visual arts students.   Students who worked with ArtsBridge consultants this year will be attending a wide variety of schools in the fall. From large universities like USC, Northwestern, and Tulane to more intimate programs such as Boston Conservatory, NYU Tisch, and Parsons, students relied on specific deciding factors […]

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College Prep Timeline For The Arts: May

The monthly planning guide for visual & performing arts students Yes it’s true, summer will actually be here next month, and we’ll all be planning for the next school year. For high school students of the arts who want to take their craft to the next level in college, a little monthly college prep advice […]

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5 Ways To Gain An Edge In The Arts This Summer

As a visual or performing arts student, make summer work for you.   Whether you’re an actor, dancer, musician, or visual artist, the summer break is a great time to focus on your craft and to pave the road for a fun and rewarding future in the arts. You don’t have to give up your […]

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College Prep Timeline For The Arts: April

The monthly planning guide for performing & visual arts students   Spring break is over, and we’re entering the home stretch of the school year. Much can be accomplished in these final months, so we’re here to help guide the college preparation process for students and parents. Every step can be a difference maker for […]

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