One-Week Intensives Non-Credit Pre-College Program

*Each One-Week Intensive curriculum will consist of two components: The student's chosen area of study (see offering below) and a drawing component.

Week 1
July 10 through July 14, 2017
Illustration or Painting

Illustration:
Explore ways to create images that communicate new ideas and convey a narrative. Through life studies in drawing and painting, you will develop technical and artistic skills for use in the commercial art world.

Painting:
This course will expand your visual thinking, strengthen your portfolio, and teach basic concepts of painting.

Week 2
July 17 through July 21, 2017
Photography or Graphic Design

Photography:
Capture life in the moment. Study 35mm camera operations,and darkroom ​techniques to achieve a broad-based knowledge of black and white photography​, from exposing film to making final prints. Scanning film will also be introduced. Student personal artistic vision will be encouraged.​

Graphic Design:
Learn the basic skills necessary to design professional publications, and develop an understanding of the computer software used by professionals in graphic and advertising design.

Week 3
July 24 through July 28, 2017
Illustration or Painting

Illustration:
Explore ways to create images that communicate new ideas and convey a narrative. Through life studies in drawing and painting, you will develop technical and artistic skills for use in the commercial art world.

Painting:
This course will expand your visual thinking, strengthen your portfolio, and teach basic concepts of painting.

 

Tuition and Fees

Tuition $490

Student Activities Fee  $30

Housing  $210

Meal Plan  $120

Supplies/Materials $100

Health Service Fee $10

Total  $960

Supplies and Materials: Students will be​ supplied with a Pre-College Art Kit ​to cover both components of the one-week intensive program.

*Students that wish to participate in more than a single One-Week Intensive will receive a discount of $100 for each additional intensive.

Health Insurance
All students will be required to show proof of health insurance coverage.

Registration forms for the One-Week Intensive Non-Credit Program

Registration forms will be accepted through March 15, 2017.
For more information contact (800) 755-8920 or email.

 

 

Academics

PrattMWP boasts one of the greatest academic art programs and learning environments in the northeast.

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Freshman Foundation

Drawing, 3-D Design, 4-D Design, Light/Color/Design, Liberal Arts

Students spend the first
two years of their Pratt art degree working closely with full-time faculty in a serious, focused art environment.

Fine Arts

Drawing, Jewelry, Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture and Integrated Practices

PrattMWP students
show their work in our professional galleries to established, captive audiences.

Liberal Arts

Communications Design

Branding and Art Direction​, Graphic Design, Illustration

Prepare for a Bright Design Career at the Highly Ranked
Pratt Visual Communications Design Program.

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If your goal is to earn a photography degree from a top New York photography school, PrattMWP is an outstanding option.

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Beyond college education and studio time, PrattMWP students have even more opportunities to delve into their artistic passions through the Munson-Williams-Proctor
School of Art.

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