A portfolio will be due at the end of each academic year by all Virtual Technology and Design majors. See below for specific requirements by year.
• Admission to 2nd year studio
• Learn to develop digital portfolios
• Explore your work from, but not limited to:
• Art 110, 112, 121
• VTD 151-154
Requirements for advancement in the program include:
2) 2nd Year Application
Admission to 3rd year studio
Explore and tell the story of:
- Your creative work from University of Idaho projects
- Your creative work from other post high school educational institutions, high school and personal projects
1) Summer Contact Information
2) Name, Address, Phone Number, Email Address
3) A picture of yourself
4) Personal Statement
Describe any interests or background information that you feel might be valuable to us during the evaluation process. The length of the narrative should not exceed 1000 words.
Include your best creative work using one or all of the following media forms:
VTD151-154 World Building, VTD245 Advanced Modeling Projects, VTD246 Advanced Lighting and Materials, design studio projects, images of creative work such as game mods (levels, characters, props, etc.), sculpture, furniture, paintings, drawings, graphic design, web page development.
Animation projects, design studio projects, creative cinematography, performance art, dance, theater, etc.
Virtual Worlds (Unity 3D Projects / VirTools / Second Life)
VTD271 projects, VTD372 projects, design studio projects, other creative projects
Poetry, short stories, essays, articles, plays, etc.
Performance, composition, sound design and editing, etc.
Transcript from Non-University of Idaho Schools, including GPA.
• Develop a digital professional portfolio for internships and summer employment
• Review of work created in the VTD 3rd year studio
• Review of work created in the VTD technical classes
• 10 percent of 3rd year studio (VTD356) grade
• Develop a digital professional portfolio for graduate school and/or career building
• Only fourth-year portfolios will be accepted as public web sites.