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예술고등학교
미국 보딩스쿨중에 미술, 음악 등 예술에 관심 있는 학생에게
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예술고등학교

미국에는 음악, 미술, 디자인, 무용 등 예술중심학습을 통해 학생들의 예술적 재능을 키우는 예술고등학교가 있다. 전세계에서 그리고, 현지의 재능있는 학생들을 위해 고등학교 기본과정부터 예술교육까지 전문적이고 체계적인 시스템으로 학생들을 교육하게 된다.

기숙사 생활을 통해 더 온전히 학업과 예술재능을 발전시키며, 명문예술대학입시를 체계적으로 할수있다.

학생은 음악, 미술, 무용 등 학생의 전공에 따라 수시로 지원도 가능하다

추천예술고등학교 리스트

구분 학교 웹사이트 지역
1 Idyllwild Arts Academy www.idyllwildarts.org Idyllwild, CA
2 Interlochen Arts Academy www.interlochen.org Interlochen, MI
3 Walnut Hill School of Art www.walnuthillarts.org Natick. MA

예술고등학교지원시 필요서류

1. 지원서&지원비
2. 학생 에세이
3. 부모님 에세이
4. 예술선생님 추천서
5. 주요과목선생님 추천서
6. 성적증명서
7. 영어성적
8. 오디션 또는 포트폴리오
9. 담당자와 인터뷰

오디션 및 포트폴리오 요강

오디션과 포트폴리오는 각 지원자들의 예술감각, 창의력, 전공분야 경력, 음악성과 테크닉, 그리고 앞으로 어떻게 발전할 수 있는지에 대한 가능성과 재능을 크게 본다. 아래 오디션 곡목은 단지 지원자들의 참고를 위함이고, 지원자들이 가장 잘 표현하고 연주할 수 있는 곡으로 자유롭게 선택하는 것을 권장한다. 미국예술고등학교는 전 세계적으로 재능있는 학생들이 지원할 수 있고, 문화와 배경, 나이가 모두 다르기 때문에 다양성을 존중하고 각 지원자들의 개성과 재능을 오디션과 포트폴리오를 통해 가장 잘 표현되기를 바란다.

가장 최근에 배운 곡목, 혹은 작품으로 준비하고 개인 레슨 선생님 혹은 각 분야 전문가에게 도움을 받아 시험 곡목이나 포트폴리오 작품 등을 고려할 수 있다.

라이브오디션/인터뷰가 불가능한 국제학생들은 학교에 지정된 싸이트에 동영상 혹은 오디오 리코딩을 업로드할 수 있고 인터뷰는 전화 혹은 skype를 통해 할 수 있다.

각 전공별로 아래 오디션 곡목과 포트폴리오 요강 참고해 볼 수 있다.

MUSIC

Brass

Two works from the standard repertoire (including etudes, solos, and orchestral excerpts) showing contrast in style and technique.

Composition

Two or three original compositions in neat manuscript form with the application. At least one of these should be written by hand. A recording demonstrating level of proficiency on your major instrument is also required. Please choose instrumental repertoire from the appropriate category.

Guitar

One work, each from two of three categories: Baroque or Renaissance; Classical or Romantic; Twentieth Century.

Harp

Two representative works showing contrasting in styles and techniques.

Jazz

Three prepared pieces from memory: two jazz standards contrasting in tempo, along with a third selection of your choice.

Percussion

Percussionists should display proficiency and level of ability in each of three areas: mallets, snare drum, and timpani.

Piano

Three or four pieces, by memory, from the following repertory suggestions: One movement from a Bach prelude and fugue or partita; One movement from a Classical sonata (e.g., by Mozart, Schubert, Beethoven); A substantial Romantic piece (e.g., Brahms Rhapsody or Chopin Ballade); A work from the twentieth century.

Strings

At least three selections from the following repertory suggestions: One or two movements from a solo Bach suite or partita; One movement from a substantial nineteenth or twentieth century work; The first movement of a concerto from the standard repertoire; Etude or Paganini Caprice; Short showpiece or other illustrative solo work.

Voice

Two or three contrasting Classical pieces including one in English (which must be the original language of the piece) and one in another language, preferably Italian. These pieces should be performed from memory and should not be from the musical theater repertoire.

Woodwinds

Two contrasting movements from the standard sonata, concerto, or concert music repertoire. We encourage you to include representative works of the twentieth century. To make arrangements for an audition, please contact the Admission Office at 508.650.5020. Students are encouraged to make an appointment at least 4 weeks in advance.

VISUAL ART PORTFOLIO REQUIREMENTS

· 10-12 pieces of two-dimensional and/or three-dimensional artwork
· A range of artwork made within the last one or two years
· Finished or in-process/unfinished/unresolved work
· Formal or informal sketchbook
· A range in media and techniques, including:
Drawings (pencil, charcoal, pen, ink)
Paintings (watercolor, acrylic, oil)
Printmaking
Collage
Sculpture and ceramics
Photography, digital media, film, and video

THEATER AUDITION REQUIREMENTS

MONOLOGUE GUIDELINES
Monologue(s) must be memorized
Monologue(s) must be chosen from plays. Do not use poems or material from a one-person show. Pieces from monologue books are only acceptable if the monologue is from a published, full-length (one act or longer) play
If selection is from a monologue book, be sure to read the entire play and understand the given circumstances of the monologue
Try to choose a monologue in which you speak directly to one other person
If choosing to perform two monologues, demonstrate contrasting styles; for example, one comic and one serious or one contemporary and one classical (written before AD 1900)
SONG GUIDELINES
The song must be memorized
The song must be chosen from the American musical theater repertoire
The song may be accompanied by a CD or sung a cappella
If choosing to perform a song, familiarity with the production the song is from is not necessary

Dance

DRESS CODE

All dancers participating in an audition must adhere to the required dress code.

PHOTOGRAPHS

All dancers must submit a photograph of first arabesque. The image should be in standard 4×6 or 5×7 size and do not need to be professional quality. The applicant’s name should be written on the back of the photograph.
The photograph must be taken in a dance studio and students must wear appropriate attire, including shoes (see above Dress Code). Ladies should take the photograph on pointe.

Guitar

One work, each from two of three categories: Baroque or Renaissance; Classical or Romantic; Twentieth Century.

Barre (3-5 brief combinations, one side only)

Center

Tendus

Adagio

Pirouettes

Grand allegro

Writing Film & Media Arts

Option A

A writing portfolio consisting of original work that best represents who you are as a writer. It should contain 2-4 pieces of writing total from one or more of the following genres: poetry, fiction (short stories or brief excerpts from novels), playwriting/screenwriting, or creative nonfiction (personal essay or reflective essay—not an academic essay).

Option B

A short film or video (no longer than 10 minutes in length) in any style including live action, experimental, documentary, or animation. Please accompany the submission with a statement that clearly describes your personal contribution to the film (for example you might have written the screenplay and directed the film, or perhaps instead filmed and edited a film that a friend directed).

Option C

A series of 10 to 15 still images arranged in an order that you feel tells a story. The images can be drawings, photographs that you took yourself, found images (from magazines, the internet, etc.). Please submit a short accompanying paragraph that illuminates or explains the story that you are trying to tell and credit any images that are not your own.