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Academy Weekly: Keep Warm and Cozy in Art School With Inspiration and Motivation

Daylight Savings is coming to a close, but we’re not anywhere near the end of this semester. Feeling like you’re running out of juice? Stay inspired and motivated!

We’ve got helpful tips, plus a really huge opportunity for scholarship from last week. Let’s get started on our roundup, shall we?

For illustration students, it may be tough at first to find and develop your own personal style. That’s why it’s important to know the various styles and genre in the scene. If you’re looking to become a children’s storybook illustrator, we’ve got some big names for you to check out.

Meanwhile, these top female filmmakers are breaking the glass ceiling, proving that the world of film production is not just for men.             

But if you’d rather be in front of the camera than behind it, fielding hard-hitting questions to your show’s guests, here are some tips to help you become a good interviewer.

If teaching art is more your thing, though, then check out some of the industry trends shaping today’s methods in art education.

Those dreaming of getting into fashion school, and even those who are already in fashion school but still would appreciate some additional financial help, can look forward to this scholarship opportunity from no less than Gucci Changemaker x CFDA.

Up This Week

We’ve got more financial aid opportunities coming your way, such as Academy of Art University’s Spring Forward Scholarship. We also have some big events coming up, such as the Fine Art Auction and the School of Jewelry & Metal Arts Student and Alumni exhibition, and of course you’re all invited!

We also have some interesting tips on becoming a museum educator, a preview of top designers to watch out for in 2020, and some fun trivia on games that took forever to develop, to name a few.              

Leave it up to us; we’ll keep the posts coming, just sit back and have your fill.      

Apply now to become part of the Academy of Art community. You may also contact our admissions representatives for more information on our degrees and programs, housing, financial aid, and more.