The Left-Brain Solution to College Application --- Find the Artist in You and Walk a Different "Shortcut"
Not all students at FUHSD high schools are STEM-oriented. If you are an artistic peg in the STEM hole, face the reality and dare to walk a different "shortcut". Art is one of the professions which will not be outdated in the upcoming AI (artificial intelligence) era. All college applicants with art talent can also showcase an art portfolio to present their uniqueness.

Art school application involves strategies and tactics. While a lot can be done in high school to prepare the left-brainer for a promising art career, the student's distinction should also be sufficiently demonstrated to your dream schools. Lynbrook High senior Amy Huang applied to two leading art colleges -- FIDM (Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising) in LA and Parsons in NYC -- and got admitted by both. She would share her experience, lessons and key learnings in the left-brain world:

>Different landscape of art school application
>Different types of art schools
>Key elements for art school application
>Her four-year ​course selection
>Her art portfolio
>Her extracurricular activities and leadership programs
>Campus visit
>How to leverage art resources of a public school
>Parents’ role
>Key leanings and advice to applicants and parents
When: 6:50pm-8:30pm, June 22, 2017 (Thursday)
Where: ​Community Room at Calabazas Library
1230 S Blaney Ave, San Jose, CA 95129
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