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Virtual National Portfolio Day Event

Virtual National Portfolio Day Event


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Virtual National Portfolio Day Event

Be inspired, gain advice on how to improve or present your portfolio, and experience a small taste of what it’s like to attend a professional art or design program. National Portfolio Day may be the first time you have been in an environment (virtually or in-person) with so many people in one place who all share a powerful commitment to art and design.

Meet one on one with professional representatives of accredited colleges and universities and receive valuable feedback and guidance on your portfolio prior to submitting your application. No admission decisions or scholarship awards will be offered at National Portfolio Days. Some college and university representatives may accept your portfolio as the visual portion of your application. Others have restrictions that prohibit them from making a definitive portfolio decision at the time of your review.

Students from all around the world are welcome to participate in portfolio reviews to prepare for college and university at the undergraduate or graduate level. Parents, counselors, teachers and educators are invited to join us at National Portfolio Day to learn more about our member schools and the programs that they offer.

Representatives want to learn about you, your work, and your post-secondary plans, all while informing you about their college or university and application requirements. National Portfolio Day is not an examination or competition and is about an exchange of information.

This year, over 95 of our member schools will be participating in our online events, however not all members schools attend all events. To find out if the George Mason University School of Art will be attending a specific event, click here.

The National Portfolio Day Association has moved all events online for the Fall 2020 season to support students, parents, teachers/educators, and counselors during these challenging times.

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