The main criteria in deciding where to go to college and when are:
What type of school do you want to attend?
How many years will you be taking art classes?
How much money do you have available for travel costs?
The final thing I would like to say about that is:
Go to a university who wants you.
They want you in front of the camera, because they realize that your skills might be better in a studio setting, or they have a good studio, or they want to see what you can do with a camera, etc. I don’t know for sure if that was true in 2000, but as far as I know, nowadays, it definitely seems like that’s not the case.
So, you would have to look into the big picture, and figure that out yourself, and then go to school to achieve that.
Any advice do you have for others about going to college or what to do about that?
I would always say: take care of yourself. Don’t neglect your classes, don’t forget to study, and don’t be lazy.
If there’s anything specific you’d like to share with people about your future and what they can learn from you, then be sure to share it with us in the comments.
Thank you Michael and everyone that contacted me for this interview.
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I can’t recall the last time I felt so free.
This is what we, an entire group of students, wanted to happen. We wanted a meeting that reflected how our ideas are connected, that reflected our passion for creating more productive communities. A community where anyone without experience could come to learn, grow, build, and experience the beauty of one another.