Ryman Arts & CSUF class deadline 12/14

The launch of a dynamic new collaboration between Ryman Arts will offer classes on the campus of California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) on Saturdays, beginning in January 2013. This program will coincide with the current array of classes offered at Otis College of Art & Design in Los Angeles on Sundays.

Ryman Arts provides challenging, college-level studio art classes to talented and motivated high school teens. Each student who is accepted receives a full scholarship, which includes tuition, art supplies and field trips.

Ryman has extended their application deadline to December 14th. Ryman will be accommodating up to 60 new students. If you are aware of any motivated students have them apply right away!

They won’t just improve their drawing and painting skills; they will gain a level of confidence that will benefit them in any future college and career path. All students who will be in high school this January are eligible.

To apply, students need to submit:
Two pencil drawings done from observation
A short essay
A completed application form

Ryman Arts students will have the opportunity to draw and paint in the outstanding art studios of CSUF College of the Arts on one of the most diverse public university campuses in the country, and take advantage of the dynamic Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana with its many opportunities for community arts engagement and outreach.

The creative learning environment has been powerful for the teens at Otis in Los Angeles. The program facilitators are delighted to offer classes at both an independent college of art and design and a large public university with a major art school.

To see examples of Ryman students’ artwork and to learn more about the Ryman program, visit their website. If you have any questions or comments, please don’t hesitate to contact the Ryman offices at (213) 629-2787. Again, the application deadline has been extended to December 14th.

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The Journey to Ryman Arts from Ryman Arts on Vimeo.

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