This intensive workshop focuses on the production of digital and physical portfolios, from creation to documentation. This workshop is aligned with the new ECU Admissions Guidelines and will help students through a holistic engagement with the application process, as well through peer and instructor review. Issues surrounding selection of work, photo documentation and practical approaches to building a strong portfolio will be discussed. This workshop is ideal for students looking to study art and design at the post-secondary level.
CETP 175 F004
*This workshop is full*
December 5 + December 12, 2020
Saturdays | 10:00am – 4:30pm
Tuition: $205 | 2 sessions
Due to the online nature of the programs this year, students participating in the Portfolio Workshop for Teens will need to have their own access to the hardware and materials required for the course. For the workshop, students will need to have at hand all work they are considering for their portfolio, a notebook and pen. Students will need access to a computer with a webcam, a headphone and microphone set, and a camera, smartphone or tablet to document their work.
Through successful completion of this studio, you will be able to:
- Demonstrate an understanding of the requirements for a comprehensive portfolio
- Write a concise artist statement
- Develop confidence and insight into self-evaluation and critique
- Present about your work effectively
- Document your work adequately using cameras and lighting available at home
About the Instructor
Josh Hite’s work is concerned with tactics for documentation and human movement through local spaces. He creates reorganized archives of particular spaces and behaviors either through recordings he makes himself or by appropriating content through sites like YouTube. He is a member of the Vancouver Soundwalk Collective and part of Ten Fifteen Maple, a two-year artist residency exploring multiple waterfront parks in Vancouver. He also regularly collaborates with theatre and dance companies. Josh has a BA in Philosophy, an MFA in Visual Art and teaches photography and media arts at the University of British Columbia,