Whether you’re applying to a BFA or MFA program, working independently as an artist, or currently enrolled in a degree program, a portfolio critique is a great way to get a fresh pair of eyes on your work. Watch the videos above for an example of what the video would be like.
We love it when the artist can join us live in the chat during the critique, but it’s not required. If you are selected and can’t watch your critique live, you can always watch the portfolio critique afterwards. We will review submissions on first come, first serve basis.
There is no fee to participate!
Preparing your portfolio
Please read through this entire form first before you start preparing your materials. When you are ready to submit the form, have your required information ready. We recommend writing your statement elsewhere first so that you have a copy of it in case anything happens as you are filling out the form.
Submission of plagiarized artworks will not be tolerated.
All artwork submitted must be original. If we discover at any point that your artwork was plagiarized, your submission will be disqualified and you will no longer be eligible to participate in any Art Prof video content in the future. Plagiarism is a serious offense and we do not take it lightly. For more information on plagiarism, copyright, and art ethics, please watch the videos in this playlist.
Submission form confirmation After you click “submit,” this page will refresh. Scroll down the page after it has refreshed, and look for the green bar that says “your post was successfully submitted!” that will appear below the video at the top of the page. See the image below for what that green bar will look like, the red arrow points at the green bar in this image.
Email Notification You will receive an email from us to confirm receipt of your materials. Please be patient as we receive many submissions every day from the many programs we run, and we cannot respond as quickly as we would like to. If you do not hear from us within 2 weeks, you can email Prof Lieu.
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