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That may not appeal to every prospective student. Don Jardine noted that sales representatives for the Art Instruction Schools tell people in their presentations, “You can be successful. You can earn a living at something you would ordinarily do for fun,” while other schools do not push moneymaking in their promotion. Since it is an accredited institution, the certificate of completion and grades for each lesson area received from Art Instruction Schools may be transferred to other colleges, although the specific number of credits differ from one college to another.
Prospective buyers would want to know the type of medium used, and whether the book or video is intended for beginners or artists with intermediate or advanced skills. com, are directed at the intermediate and advanced students, although that information is not specifically noted anywhere on the videotape nor on the box it comes in. What makes his teaching most appropriate for experienced artists, he noted, is the fact that “I don’t talk about what paints, paper, or brushes to use. com—are designed for what he described as a “more generalized audience,” and his commentary includes a mix of basic and more sophisticated information.
O. com 26 C h a p t e r t w o Learning to Make ·rt ·lone A rt instruction comes in many forms, from the structured curriculum at most degree-granting art schools to more free-form classes at arts centers, adulteducation programs, art workshops, and private lessons at an artist’s studio. Quite varied in their own way, all of these types make certain demands on students— for instance, they must all regularly transport themselves to some place where the instruction will take place at specific times—which may prove to be a larger burden for some students than others.