Hands-On Art Training (HAT) | Webster University

Hands-On Art Training (HAT)

July 9–20, 2018

Spend two weeks immersed in hands-on art training, interesting conversations, and small group workshops led by the dynamic art faculty and student mentors of the Department of Art, Design, and Art History at Webster University.

HAT

HAT is an intensive art-focused summer institute for high school students. Ideal for sophomores and juniors who are beginning to consider options for college, the HAT institute will help you build your portfolio for college application with artwork that reflects your individuality and unique skills.

Discover your artistic potential in state-of-the-art studios for drawing, sculpture, painting, printmaking, photography, ceramics, and graphic design.

Enjoy portfolio presentations by recent graduates from Webster University who are working in art-related fields or attending graduate school.

Discuss contemporary art and its cultural importance with an art historian as your guide

Share your artistic achievements with family and friends as part of the 2018 Emerging Artists Exhibition, a public exhibition of your work at Webster University's Hunt Gallery.

Program Description

Each weekday from 9 am–4 pm, a different Webster University professor will work with you in their area of expertise. As professional artists, HAT instructors offer contemporary perspectives as they share advice for today's art world. State-of-the-art equipment and spacious studios at Webster University will provide a place to improve your technique. Catered lunches are provided daily, during which a current BFA student or recent graduate will share their work and discuss their daily art making process.

OutcomesHAT

  • All Emerging Artists who successfully complete the HAT 2018 Summer Institute are automatically accepted into Webster University's Department of Art, Design, and Art History (pending university admission).
  • A public exhibition at Webster University's Hunt Gallery will showcase your artwork professionally.
  • You will produce high quality artwork suitable for inclusion in your portfolio.

Details

  • Tuition is $625, payable via monthly payments if desired.
  • All art supplies, daily catered lunch, and transportation for field trip (subject to program scheduling) are included.

Scholarships

One merit-based scholarship may be available based on overall program enrollment. Applicants must demonstrate a financial need as well as artistic merit. A portfolio review and written statement will be required for all applicants. Interested candidates should supply their contact information to Jennifer Hylton-Whited for further information.

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Questions?
Call: 314-968-7171
Email: Jennifer Hylton-Whited
jenniferhylton88@webster.edu