Why Choose StudyArt? Show Me the Androids
A blog about why you should choose StudyArt for your art education.
We are the only place where you can learn the latest technology, best methods, and proven strategies to improve your art.
The question “Why study art?” is a big one for us. It’s a big decision to make, and it can be intimidating. We want to help you understand what we do, where we’re coming from, and how we might be able to help you.
So let’s start with the basics. Why choose StudyArt? What makes us different? We believe that art education benefits everyone, not just students of art. That’s why we think StudyArt is the best place to learn about art. We’ve got the resources to help you learn more about art, even if you’re not studying it as a major or minor.
I’ve written before about how I fell in love with drawing at an early age, and there are a lot of good reasons for that–drawing engages your imagination in a way no other art form can, and it helps you get in touch with your emotions in a way that other visual arts can’t quite do the same way. But I remember when I first started drawing how frustrating it was trying to convince my parents that it wasn’t just a waste of time–that drawing really was something I could do seriously, as a career. They wanted me to be prepared for the real world, they were concerned that I’d end
Why Choose Study Art? We have the best art education programs available. Our art training is purpose driven and will give you the skills to thrive in your career of choice. Unlike other schools, we focus on learning the tools and methodology of your craft as well as honing your skills.
Taught by expert instructors with real-world experience, our courses are personalized to meet individual needs. We offer flexible options for studying online or in-person. Study Art is dedicated to helping students achieve lifelong success with their art education needs.
Androids University is the leader in online art education and the first online university for artists. The university specializes in helping digital artists develop their skills, careers and business using technology and innovation within the art community.
Students can earn a degree at their own pace with a low student-to-teacher ratio and high attention to individual needs. Androids University offers Bachelors, Masters and PhD levels in studio arts, media arts, animation and illustration through a series of courses that can be taken individually or as part of a degree program. Our degrees are accepted by top universities around the world including: New York University, The Art Institutes, Southern Methodist University, Pratt Institute and many more!
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Art education is one of the most important things in the world. Art is what makes us human. And art education has been at the core of human history for thousands of years. But today’s art education is a mess. It isn’t working, and it never will, because it’s missing a crucial element: You.
Art plays an important role in all societies — as a source of identity, pride and pleasure; as a major economic force; and as an educational tool. These uses are closely related, and they all depend on art education being effective. But it isn’t effective and it won’t ever be effective because you aren’t involved.
Telling you this may seem presumptuous, but I’m not just any old artist — I’m The Artist Formerly Known as Prince, which gives me the right to say this sort of thing. That doesn’t mean I’m right, but it does mean that if you disagree with me, you’ll have to tell my lawyers first.
If you want to make art education more effective, here’s how:
1) If you’re an artist or teacher — or if you aspire to be either — sign up for StudyArt immediately. This will give you access to resources no one else has yet figured out
When we first started studying art, our friends were very supportive. They encouraged us to pursue our studies and encouraged us to keep at it no matter how tough it gets. This of course was heart-warming, but it didn’t really change the fact that they didn’t understand why we were doing it.
We were even called robots a few times. Well, once or twice by each of them, because they are all cool like that. It was all in good fun, though. Some of them liked our work, some of them didn’t quite get what we were trying to do, but they all supported our decision to pursue art education because they knew how much time and effort it takes to finish a degree in the field.
We have been in this for about 4 years now and have seen many friends drop out of the program or just give up on the whole thing altogether because “art isn’t practical.” To those people who let their fear of failure turn them away from their dreams, we say this: If you want something bad enough and are willing to put in the work, you will make it happen. Where there is a will there is always a way.*
Art is something that will always be around us. It’s not just a form of expression; it’s part of the human spirit. We need art to express ourselves, and we also need it to enjoy our lives. So why do you study art? Is it because you hate math and science, or because you can’t figure out what else to do with your life?
Art is the study of creativity itself. It encompasses many things, including drawing, painting, sculpting, photography, computer graphics, and more. There are several things you can learn from art education. You can learn how to draw so well that you could make a career out of it. You can learn what forms of art appeal most to you. You can learn about things like color theory (how different colors interact with each other).
And most importantly, you can discover your passion for art!
Nothing is more important than that last point. You can get an education in any subject matter if you’re passionate about it. If you’re just doing something because someone told you to do it or because it will help pay for your college education, then it doesn’t really count as an education. If your interest in learning about art is genuine, then art is one of the best subjects for you
The question of whether art school is a good idea has been getting a lot of attention lately, and a lot of people have strong opinions about it. In the past few years, I’ve gone from being an undergraduate art major to an adjunct professor to a full-time artist who teaches workshops. In all those situations, I’ve seen the same thing: people are mostly very confused about what art school is for.