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    Rhode Island School of Design: Advanced Program Online

    Rhode Island School of Design: Advanced Program Online


    • Listing Type: After-School Enrichment
    • Entering Grade: 10th, 11th, 12th
    • Program Delivery: Online
    • Session Start: March, June, September
    • Session Length: Four Weeks
    • Category: Performing & Visual Arts
    • Sub-Categories: Filmmaking and Digital Media, Design, Fashion, Arts, Painting & Drawing
    • Minimum Cost: > $1,000
    • Gender: Coed
    • Call: (401) 454-6200
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    Rhode Island School of Design's Advanced Program Online is a series of intensive, collegiate-level courses for students in grades 10–12* (or the equivalent) who are 15–18 years old. This immersive online experience is designed for those interested in pursuing art and design in college and want to learn best practices in producing portfolio work.

    Follow a flexible schedule that works for your life
    Through a mix of live and recorded video sessions using Zoom and our learning management system, you will share work in progress, present projects and ideas, and connect with instructors one-on-one and in small groups.

    Expand your creativity through a certificate track
    Students who enroll in RISD’s Advanced Program Online join a certificate track for students who want to expand their skill sets and portfolio. The certificate program is designed for rising high school sophomores, juniors and seniors who are planning to study art and design at college.

    Essential Fundamentals Courses:

    • Experiential Drawing
    • Exploration in Design

    Concentration / Featured Topic Courses:

    • Animation: Beyond Entertainment
    • Architecture: Adaptable Spaces
    • Drawing and Mixed Media: Expressive Ideation
    • Fashion: Culture in Form
    • Graphic Design: Visualizing Information
    • Illustration and Identity: Finding Your Voice
    • Interpreting the Figure: Culture and Context
    • Print and Image: Art as Activism
    • Sculpture: Ideas with Dimension