Category Archives: Art Schools

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Question by robert f: Why do some people find people who pursue an advanced education difficult to understand?
I have a Bachelor of Arts degree and I am pursuing any actuarial license. To get an actuarial license you need to successfully complete the required standardized, professional, exams. I’ve been asked the samething by two different people who I talk to once in a blue moon or who don’t know me.

“Are you still trying that college thing?” <-- A question from a maintenance man

"Are you still in school?" <--- A question from someone with an undergraduate degree.

Best answer:

Answer by Sweet Brown Sugar
Some people don’t have the where-with-all to better their lots in life. You do, so don’t let others steal your joy and desire for better employment.

In my area of employment, it’s expected for us to get advanced degrees (I’m in education). The more education we get, we get a better salary.

Don’t worry about haters…you just keep doin’ you!

Good luck

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2013/08/4a50c__art_schools__2589186778_9db3e0b179

Vesperi at Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School

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Vesperi at Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School


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Last night’s session of Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School featuring the amazing ariel insanity of www.vesperi.com/Welcome.html.

Last night’s session of Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School featuring the amazing ariel insanity of Vesperi.

Question by jay_naguit: Where do I go to seriously study cooking?
I want to become a chef and study culinary arts seriously.

All the “cooking schools” I know of are essentially fake (Art Institutes, etc.)

I want to go to an actual school dedicated to cooking. Where do I begin?

Best answer:

Answer by RoaringMice
The best culinary school in the US is the Culinary Institute of America. It’s main campus is in Hyde Park, NY, but they also have a couple of other campuses.

Johnson & Wales is also strong for culinary.

Neither of those schools is fake. They’re both highly respected in this field.

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Vesperi at Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School


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Last night’s session of Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School featuring the amazing ariel insanity of www.vesperi.com/Welcome.html.

Last night’s session of Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School featuring the amazing ariel insanity of Vesperi.

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Subcity & Art School present: Party in Dimension B

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Question by Porridge: How are liberal arts colleges different from the rest of higher education?
How are they different from regular art schools, private schools, public schools, and ivy leagues?

Best answer:

Answer by Alex
Liberal arts colleges are not art schools. “Liberal arts” includes humanities (history, philosophy), social science (psychology, sociology), and pure math/science (math, chemistry, physics). They generally specialize in undergraduate education, with few master’s programs and no doctorates.

This is as opposed to a university, which offers liberal arts in addition to things like engineering, business, nursing, education, architecture, and other applied sciences like agriculture. They usually offer master’s and doctoral programs

Most liberal arts colleges are private schools, though there are a few public ones. The only difference between public and private is where they get their funding. Public colleges get state funding and offer lower tuition to residents.

The Ivy League is an athletic league in the Northeast that includes several of the most prestigious colleges. They’re all private universities, though at the undergraduate level, some of them specialize in liberal arts.

An art school just teaches fine arts like painting, photography, music, and dance.

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528 Art School 100822 030 (C) Andy Matthews

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Question by Bleu Jay: Can someone go to art school while they’re still in public elementary, middle, or high school? *10pts*?
Can someone go to art school while they’re still in public elementary, middle, or high school? Or maybe not just “art school” but any school like it, e.g. dance school, language school, law school, medical school, military school, etc.

Best answer:

Answer by Polina
Yes they can attend an art school of such sort while being in school, like elementary or middle school. I have personally done this.

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2013/08/c0766__art_school__8435948983_dfb4f9f788

Hanzhou Arts School #10

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Dance performance by the Hangzhou Arts School from China at the Raffles City Shopping Centre during the 2013 Chinese New Year Festive for Spring in the City

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Dance performance by the Hangzhou Arts School from China at the Raffles City Shopping Centre during the 2013 Chinese New Year Festive for Spring in the City

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Subcity & Art School present: Party in Dimension B

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Question by Marshall: What’s the difference between an associates degree and a diploma in culinary arts?
I want to eventually own a pastry shop business down the road, and have been thinking of attending a baking/pastry school to hone my skills, learn new techniques and recipes, and how to run a small business. That being said, i have been doing research into school options, and a lot of places i see options of either “Diploma in Baking/Pastry”, and “Associates of Arts in Baking/Pastry”. What is the difference between the two?

Best answer:

Answer by Simply Trad
Either of these degrees will qualify you to be a line cook at your local national chain restaurant. What you are looking for is a degree in RHIM (restaurant, hotel, and institutional management) from a four year University.

With a bachelors you will be a whole lot more employable and will not have to compete for jobs with “certified chefs” who were just released from prison and received their certification by working in the prison kitchen.

I personally think that associates degrees are not worth the paper they are printed on, and to me most “cooking schools” while at one time might have led to a great career; today seem to be attended by the children of very wealthy professionals who have plans of buying their children a restaurant when they graduate.

If your parents are rich and are planning to buy you a turn key restaurant then a “cooking school” might be what you want. It sounds like you want to learn the business aspect of the business which will be the most important, you can learn to bake on your own. This requires four years of college or a good mentor in the business who will spend time with you, help you develop your business plan, and teach you to market effectively and run your business.

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Subcity LASER Party // The Art School // 13.06.10

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Subcity LASER Party // The Art School // 13.06.10


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Question by XxParamoreFanxX: How to have an easy simple school year?
The last two school years have been so rough. I mean Freshman Year I got into a huge fight with a school teacher that involved the law and superintendent, last year I could not pass a class to save myself and my guidance counselor freaked out on me and it seemed as though she had me on a tightrope and if I fell, I was classified as not normal. My friends with their fighting made it so the net underneath was lit on fire. This year, I want a calm fun, ordinary school year. I know there will be some rough spots, there always is but nothing that I can’t handle. Nothing insane like the last two years. Just how do I handle my guidance counselor this year, should I tell her how I felt or go to the assistant Principal about her? My friends I took care of, I told them all to knock it off and all this drama was nothing and was not going to get them anywhere. I want a fun year, a year I can look back on and smile and say “Not Bad for high school”. I got held back this year too so that is no fun. So any tips?

Best answer:

Answer by Jim G
You may see a Doctor about anxiety. Take up something you can learn as an individual, band, art, or sports for example. Try to change the people you see everyday (slowly). A change in clothes or hair might help you. You need to learn to work with in a system that you can not win in. It will be more of a adult situation and you can do it (team player). You knows what the teacher wants well give it to them. Slide in and slide out. Easy does it. Good Luck You can always return to your principles when you are out of there.

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Subcity LASER Party // The Art School // 13.06.10


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Subcity LASER Party // The Art School // 13.06.10


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Subcity & Art School present: Party in Dimension B

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Question by Kathy: What are some good babysitting activities?
I started babysitting last year, and i only babysit one girl. She is in grade 2, so she still likes to play little kid games. I hate those games, so what are some activities i could do with her so i don’t have to play “school”, and “house” and barbie’s?

Best answer:

Answer by Nad
Board games, maybe you could play outside, video games like Wii (people of ALL AGES like to play).

Hope I helped!!!

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Hey guys, having trouble getting the chicks to pay attention to you? Go to art school and take a photography class! Women will line up for the chance to wear skimpy clothes and contort themselves into otherwise improbable come-hither poses in front of your lens. Be sure to wear a hat–chicks dig that. Also, shoot black and white for bonus arty cred.

This guy didn’t seem to pleased that I was hanging around shooting him. That pleased me immensly because I’m in a contrary mood today.

Question by heidegger_001: Why do cons always hype up trade schools that you see on TV?
Are you like shills for them? Nobody fails, everybody passes, you’re 30,000 dollars poorer, and the employers don’t take you seriously. I’m talking about the “culinary schools”,”auto mechanic schools” and “art schools” too.
Is it like it’s on TV so it must be legit?
So 10% find jobs (probably low paying), and now the other 90% are in debt for $ 30,000. How is that good for the economy?
I guess the cons are stock owners of these “trade schools”. figures.

Best answer:

Answer by O’Ryan
I don’t know anyone who even talks about those schools.

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