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Artist Statement
Artist Statement

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No matter what direction you go with your work, you need to be able to speak about it and explain it, which is never easy. But most college applications require an “artist statement”, as do many scholarships and opportunities to exhibit. A statement should explain why you make your work, what processes it uses, what you intend to communicate, and how you look to grow.

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Chicago Public Library
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Badge Type: Disposition

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  1. [required] Freeform writing exercise - write what comes to mind when you make art, and what you want to do with art.
  2. [required] Review those loose thoughts and choose the most important three things you came up with.
  3. Write at least three paragraphs that review your intentions, process, and development.

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No matter what direction you go with your work, you need to be able to speak about it and explain it, which is never easy. But most college applications require an “artist statement”, as do many scholarships and opportunities to exhibit. A statement should explain why you make your work, what processes it uses, what you intend to communicate, and how you look to grow.

Art & Graphic Design

No matter what direction you go with your work, you need to be able to speak about it and explain it, which is never easy. But most college applications require an “artist statement”, as do many scholarships and opportunities to exhibit. A statement should explain why you make your work, what processes it uses, what you intend to communicate, and how you look to grow.

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No matter what direction you go with your work, you need to be able to speak about it and explain it, which is never easy. But most college applications require an “artist statement”, as do many scholarships and opportunities to exhibit. A statement should explain why you make your work, what processes it uses, what you intend to communicate, and how you look to grow.

Art & Graphic Design

No matter what direction you go with your work, you need to be able to speak about it and explain it, which is never easy. But most college applications require an “artist statement”, as do many scholarships and opportunities to exhibit. A statement should explain why you make your work, what processes it uses, what you intend to communicate, and how you look to grow.

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