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Before enrolling in an art therapy certificate program in Canada, you must have a bachelor’s degree in fine arts, psychology, social work, or counseling. A Prior Learning Assessment may be used to evaluate acceptable equivalency if your undergraduate degree is in a different area. View the policy on Prior Learning Assessment >> You could be eligible for an Equivalency Assessment if your educational context is diverse, including formal and informal learning as well as life experience. KATI is the only art therapy institute in Canada that provides a three-year undergraduate degree Equivalency Assessment. >> To learn more about Equivalency Assessments, click here.
Understanding technical art | 2018 edu summit | unreal
We’re thrilled to announce that Picasso: Figures will be on view at the Frist Art Museum for one more week, until Sunday, May 9! During the extension, the show Liliana Porter: Man with Axe and Other Stories will be on display. Tickets have been selling out fast, so get yours now. We have a full house of exhibitions right now, and you can see them all with only one ticket.
The Frist presents N2020: Community Reflections, an online project that showcases artistic expressions by a diverse group of Nashville artists in response to the year’s historic events and challenges. The show will open on March 3, 2021, one year after the destructive tornado that struck Nashville in 2020.
Woke3, a North Nashville resident who served as the project’s guest curator, worked with photographers, choreographers, dancers, singers, videographers, and spoken-word artists in his neighborhood to reflect on the previous year and explore future directions.
Students will learn how Pablo Picasso approached the portrait during his career in this workshop with teaching artist Robert Scobey. Participants will look at works in the exhibition Picasso. Figures to learn about the history of Picasso’s various styles, and then use acrylic paint and collage to make their own portraits. Continue reading
Pressure + ink: relief process
1Students completing a second major in a subject within the B.F.A. curriculum are advised to consult both the B.A. Research Component table and the B.F.A. Research Component table in order to consider all research-intensive course choices open to them. Language Requirement No. 2 The Language Requirement can be met in three ways:
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2Majors in Cognitive Systems and Interdisciplinary Studies fulfill the outside requirement within their program’s disciplinary breadth and are not eligible to complete additional credits outside of their program.
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Willem van Haecht’s Apelles painting Campaspe depicts people surrounded by fine art; c. 1630; oil on panel; height: 104.9 cm, width: 148.7 cm; Mauritshuis (The Hague, the Netherlands)
Fine art, according to European academic traditions, is art created primarily for aesthetics or elegance, as opposed to decorative or applied art, which must often serve a functional purpose, such as pottery or most metalwork. The highest art, according to the aesthetic theories established during the Italian Renaissance, was that which permitted the artist’s creativity to be fully expressed and displayed, unrestricted by any of the practical considerations involved in, say, making and decorating a teapot. It was also critical that the artwork was not created by dividing the work between various individuals with specialized skills, as would be required in the case of a piece of furniture. 1st Also within the fine arts, there was a hierarchy of genres based on the amount of artistic creativity needed, with history painting being prioritized over still life.