WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT?
"AMAI ART PROGRAMS ARE RELATED WITH THE TOP NORTH AMERICAN ART SCHOOLS."
AMAI is designed to provide you with a comprehensive art immersion experience.
ONE-OF-A-KIND COURSES ONLY OFFERED AT AMAI
1) FOUNDATION ART STUDIO COURSES
2) SPECIALIZATION ART STUDIO COUSES
3) ART PORTFOLIO SUPPLEMENT COURSES
FOUNDATION ART STUDIO COURSES
We help develop and strengthen eye-hand coordination and drawing skills.
The fundamental skills of all types of art and design disciplines, it gives the way in observational drawing that are rooted whether in painting, computer art/design, fashion, architecture, film/video, photography, or other fields.
Foundation art studio courses mirror learning experiences similar to first-year students at undergraduate art colleges.
Through these courses, students can get a head start in furthering their art and design education at a college level by spending two days a week for two months in an observational drawing studio.
1. Beginning Drawing (Recommended for students with little or no previous drawing experience)
Learn about composition, perspective, and representational analysis using line, plane, and the dynamics of value. You will work with graphite, charcoal, conte, color pencil, and color pastel.
2. Intermediate Drawing (Recommended for students who have previous beginner drawing experience)
Further your skills of observation, spatial analysis, and compositional organization through a variety of media and techniques. It will let you develop your critical thinking and drawing skills through traditional and experimental activities that are conceptually challenging.
3. Life Drawing (Recommended for students who have previous beginner drawing experience)
Drawing the human figure with unclothed lives female and models provide for the study of gesture, basic forms, anatomical structure as well as indirect and direct shading.
4. Portrait Drawing (Recommended for students who have previous intermediate drawing experience)
Render the human head and face while exploring a variety of drawing media and techniques. Use a variety of ages for the study of skull, muscle, as well as features, emotions and likeness.
5. Uninstructed Figure Drawing (Recommended for students who have previous beginner drawing experience)
Self studying of drawing practice will help you excel in your of analysis and techniques as wee as dynamic poses and quick gesture drawing skills.
6. Cade Drawing (Recommended for students who have previous intermediate drawing experience)
Cafe drawing is similar to quick gesture drawing, which uses live people in the public such as a coffee shop, cafe, restaurant, mall, arena, street, park, and etc. and utilizes their own individual actions. So, you will study and learn to concentrate on the important elements. It is also a good method of drawing subjects that generally do not stand still and pose, such as animals and children. Cafe drawing can be used as a foundation for another work of art such as a painting or may be a work of art itself. It helps for fashion, illustration, animation, which required more related figures.
These courses allow students to deepen their skills and confidence in a specific field of artistic study, and choose one for in depth exploration in a specific of art and design. It requires meeting three days a week for six months to one year and each course is led by specialists, professors from schools or current major work fields.
SPECIALIZTION ART STUDIO COURSES
- Architecture Design, Interior Design, Landscape
- Animation, Character Design
- Experimental Animation for CalArts
- Entertainment Design for Art Center College of Design
- Computer Design 1 (Digital Media of 2D Animation)
- Computer Design 2 (Storytelling with 3D Motion Graphic or Comics)
- Fashion Design (For Parsons, FIT, Otis, FIDM, and all Art Institutes)
- Graphic Design
- Illustration (Justin Kim, President of AMAI)
- Painting (Justin Kim, President of AMAI)
- Transportation Design, Product Design for Art Center
- Animal Drawing for Otis College of Art and Design (Digital Media)
Well-Known and top-tier universities and private colleges are looking for students who have built and developed their creative and artistic skills while exploring a variety of mediums or aspects of art and design. The purpose of the supplemental portfolio is to evaluate your development as a creator and asses your ability to thrive in any major program you have selected. Schools may request a student to submit anywhere between 10 to 20 pieces of artwork.
ART PORTFOLIO SUPPLEMENT COURSES
- Ivy-league Schools (Harvard, Yale, Brown, UPENN, etc.)
- Private Universities (Stanford, NYC, USC, etc.)
- UC Schools (UCLA, UC Berkeley, UC San Diego, etc.)
- Brown & RISD Dual Degree Program