Pennland has 8 week intensives.
I would suggest you look into that, or else consider trade school at
one of the many fine schools we have all over the country. You
could take a lot of trade school classes in 2 months. Maybe even
get a certificate/diploma of some kind.
Depends on your angle. What's more important? The art bit? Or
increasing the number and variety of technical skills that you have?
That tells you which way to go.
Me, I'd suggest you seriously consider trade school. But I always
say that. Not enough people consider trade school.
I know a guy around here, didn't get an art degree, spent two or
three months at Revere, and now he has a sweet position working at
his own studio doing interesting contract work.
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