College Art Portfolio Intensive Two-Week Camp

NEW for 2019!

August 11 – August 24, 2019

Co-ed, and open to high school students

Improve Your Art Portfolio Today!

College Art Portfolio Intensive: Students will have access to personal individual studios for 8 hours of classes during the day and in the evenings. Kipp Greene has 25 years of college portfolio experience and his students regularly attend RISD, SAIC, Parsons, FIT, and other art schools.

You’ll develop the type of work that helps you stand out as an applicant to admissions evaluators. Over this two-week studio intensive, you’ll develop 7–10 pieces that will impress the best art colleges. You will also visit college art programs and art museums in the Boston area.

Price: $5,500 (International), $5,000 (Domestic Student)

Pricing includes transportation to and from the airport.

Kipp Greene

B.A. SUNY Purchase
M.F.A. Virginia Commonwealth University
Arts Department Chair
Gehring Dorm Head
Baseball Coach


Mr. Greene grew up in New York’s Hudson Valley. He taught at his alma mater, Virginia Commonwealth University, for 15 years, five years on the home campus and 10 years on VCU’s campus in Qatar. Mr. Greene and his family then moved to South Korea, where he taught art and design at the Cheongna Dalton School. A practicing artist for more than 25 years, his work has been showcased in major galleries and international exhibitions including the Tashkent Biennial in Uzbekistan and the Summer Olympic Games Exhibition in Xi’an, China. He has been on the board of directors of major galleries and was the founding director of the BongDuk Foundation Gallery in Korea. He has traveled to over 35 different countries and experienced art and design in each of them. He has attended Documenta, Meunster Sculpture, and the Venice, Gwangju, and Singapore Biennials (to name a few). When not teaching, Mr. Greene enjoys re-discovering lost art, fishing, and baseball (though he doesn’t actually enjoy baseball…he’s a Mets fan). Mr. Greene and his wife, Jin, daughter, Clare, and son, Xavier, live on campus in the Gehring dorm.