Multimedia Arts

Multimedia Arts

Visual Arts Portfolio

For your portfolio, please include the following criteria:

  • Respond to both of the following questions in no more than 200-500 words combined. You may write, draw or create a video response to the questions. Responses may be completed in your native language.
    • Why did you choose this particular work and what kind of story does it tell about you or others?
    • What kinds of problems did you have to solve as you created this work.
  • Students must submit 3-6 pieces of art that represent their artistic interests. All artwork must be created by the student alone and clearly labeled with the student’s name and title of the piece (if titled). Artwork may include, but is not limited to: painting, drawing/sketching, sculpting, photography, and graphic design. No copies or tracings are allowed; in addition, only two pieces may be in the style of anime or manga. You can bring hard copies of your pieces, or a memory stick/flash drive containing your pieces.

You may submit your artwork and/or responses through 1 of the following ways:

  • Bring hard copies to share with adjudicators at your audition.
  • Bring a memory stick/flash drive that contains your pieces for the portfolio.
  • Share it through google drive to: adferris@aurorak12.org. Title the shared work with your full name, date of audition and audition type (ex: Mickey Mouse - 2/19/22 - Visual Arts).

Tips for preparing your portfolio

Digital Arts Portfolio
For your portfolio, please include the following criteria:

  • Respond to both of the following questions in no more than 200-500 words combined. You may write, draw or create a video response to the questions. Responses may be completed in your native language.
    • What kind of story does your work tell about you or others?
    • What kinds of problems did you have to solve as you created this work?
  • Students must submit 3-6 pieces of art that represent their artistic interests. All artwork must be created by the student alone and clearly labeled with the student’s name and title of the piece (if titled). Artwork may include, but is not limited to: painting, drawing/sketching, sculpting, photography, graphic design, character or object design, scene design, animated gif, and animation (moving art can be shown on a phone or other device). No copies or tracings are allowed; in addition, only two pieces may be in the style of anime or manga.

You may submit your artwork and/or responses through 1 of the following ways:

  • Bring hard copies to share with adjudicators at your audition.
  • Bring a memory stick/flash drive that contains your pieces for the portfolio.
  • Share it through google drive to: adferris@aurorak12.org. Title the shared work with your full name, date of audition and audition type (ex: Mickey Mouse - 2/19/22 - Digital Arts).

Tips for preparing your portfolio

Film Production Portfolio
For your portfolio, please include the following criteria:

  • Respond to both of the following questions in no more than 200-500 words combined. You may write, draw or create a video response to the questions. Responses may be completed in your native language.
    • What kind of story does your work tell about you or others?
    • What kinds of problems did you have to solve as you created this work?
  • Students must submit 3 videos or photographic personal works that represent their artistic interests. All artwork must be created by the student alone. Artwork may include, but is not limited to: photography, TikTok, video, promotional material, news cast, and graphic design. Any moving art can be shown on a phone or other device. No copies are allowed; in addition, only two pieces may be with the student in the video.

You may submit your artwork and/or responses through 1 of the following ways:

  • Bring hard copies to share with adjudicators at your audition.
  • Bring a memory stick/flash drive that contains your pieces for the portfolio.
  • Share it through google drive to: adferris@aurorak12.org. Title the shared work with your full name, date of audition and audition type (ex: Mickey Mouse - 2/19/22 - Film Production).

Tips for preparing your portfolio