Summer Courses in Art New Haven, Connecticut July 4â??August 5, 2011
The Yale School of Art participates in the Yale Summer Session by offering five-week courses in drawing, graphic design, photography, sculpture, silkscreen, and painting. Yale Summer Session offers undergraduate courses for credit and awards four term-hoursâ?? credit for each course successfully completed. Classes are held two or three times a week on campus, with additional studio time available. Admission is not limited to Yale students but is open also to undergraduates who wish to study in an environment different from that of their home institution, to college graduates who wish to explore other fields of study, and to qualified high school or precollege students who will have completed their junior year of high school before summer classes begin.
Further information on residency, scholarships, and application forms may be found on the Yale Summer Session Web site or obtained by mail from Yale Summer Session, PO Box 208355, New Haven CT, or via telephone at 203.432.2430. Applications are considered as they are received, with a decision concerning admission following shortly thereafter. Class size for each art course is limited depending upon the nature of the course. There is an application fee of $55. Tuition is $2, 750â??2, 950 per course. All students must submit applications and application fees by June 15 and must pay tuition and any housing fees in full by June 22. No portfolio is required for application.
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Evil expensive. Spend $100 and get a VCR ( used if need be ) and really cheap running shoes. Tape the cooking shows on KQED and KRON, run around your neighborhood until dizzy. Actually go to all the advertised farmers markets. Walk everything and examine everything. Go to Cala, Rainbow, compare produce...
And keep a little note book! Make notes. galore. from the tv at the markets, numbers, addresses, suppliers. Buy used restaurant sauce pans and copper clad, steel etc stuff! It's cheap used and you can always give/ throw it away.
Find a gas stove and occasionally cook on an electric range! Live life!
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