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The creative life isn’t for the faint of heart. It’s for those who believe in themselves enough to trust their instincts, leave their comfort zones, and push their talents to the limit. If you’re up for it, keep going.
Transferring to a new school is an exciting time, but it can also be an overwhelming process. If you’re an Art Institutes transfer student, you have enough on your plate without having to stress over every last detail of the transfer process. That’s why we put together these Top 5 Tips for Transfer Students. Armed with the right information, all you have to do is get excited for the next phase of your student journey!
Perhaps our next literary star, the next Ralph Waldo Emerson, might be walking among us in the Boston Area? PEN New England and The New England Institute of Art joined forces for the third year to motivate and inspire young literary writers in the community through the Naked Truth Magazine Literary Contest. The contest was open to high school students in the Boston area, and winners were chosen this March by a panel of judges at The New England Institute of Art. The winners of the contest were celebrated in a public reading on May 31st at the school in Brookline, and will have their entries published in the college’s student magazine called The Naked Truth Magazine.“This event is meant to give college students a chance to be active in the community and to promote and encourage literary art and writing to high school students in the Boston area and on our campus,” said David Blair, instructor in general education at The New England Institute of Art. “We’re happy to announce that we had over 100 pages of poetry and prose this year.”The Naked Truth Magazine is a literary magazine published every semester by The New England Institute of Art student club, Naked Truth. The 2012 PEN New England/Naked Truth MagazineHigh School Student Writing Contest WinnersPoetry"Reggae, my yesterday" by Cameron Akeredolu, Jeremiah Burke High SchoolProse"A Stop in Time" by Ashley Lee, Brookline High School Runners-UpPoetry"Timmea" by Timmea Mungo, Jeremiah Burke High SchoolProse"Crash" by Michael McGlathery, Reading Memorial High School Honorable MentionsPoetry"Fabliaux" by Elysa Bond, Reading Memorial High School"I realize that yes heaven is just" by Zachary Hall, Triton Regional High School"Deep Beauty" by Crystal Dixon, Jeremiah Burke High SchoolProse"Life in the Making" by Katie Drake Cook, Jeremiah Burke High School"A Flower for James" by Nathaniel Shaffer, Reading Memorial High School"Nobody's Business" by Alison Elaine Nagel, Reading Memorial High School The New England Institute of Art is part of The Art Institutes (www.artinstitutes.edu), a system of more than 50 schools located throughout North America. The Art Institutes schools provide an important source of education for design, media arts, fashion and culinary arts professionals. Several institutions of The Art Institutes system are campuses of South University or Argosy University. See aiprograms.info for program duration, tuition, fees, and other costs, median debt, federal salary data, alumni success, and other important info.
John Lay was recently named president of The New England Institute of Art. Lay has been with the school for 16 years, starting as an adjunct faculty member. He moved into the position of Audio Production program career advisor before becoming the director of career services—a job he held for 10 years.