The Times They Are A-Changin’… Again

SlideRoom users continue to inspire the world with meaningful uses of the platform during this time of global health challenges and social change. Examples include: The City of Palo Alto (CA) utilized SlideRoom to select 16 diverse artist teams to paint one letter each of a temporary “Black Lives Matter” mural at City Hall. HighRead More

What’s New in the SlideRoom™ Community

A warm welcome to our newest (and always diverse) SlideRoom partners: 651 Arts Central Atlanta Progress/ Atlanta Downtown Improvement District City of South San Francisco College of the Arts – University of Louisiana at Lafayette Columbus State University Department of Art Downtown Brooklyn Partnership Green-Wood Cemetery Hamiltonian Artists Idaho Women’s Charitable Foundation Lalita MIT PortugalRead More

Evolving Portfolios for Holistic Admissions

The Learning Policy Institute’s “Reimagining College Access” initiative recently hosted a webinar featuring two SlideRoom users from New England colleges. Stu Schmill, Dean of Admissions and Student Financial Services at MIT and Judy Purdy, Director of Admission at Wheaton College, discussed the use of performance assessment for equitable admissions and graduate school success. They alsoRead More

Why Application Portfolios Are Here to Stay

Are application portfolios a niche tool for art schools, or will they become an integral component in the future of college admissions? At the 2020 Common Application Virtual Summit, undergraduate admissions officers discussed why more programs should incorporate portfolios, and shared best practices for how to do so effectively. Becky Chassin, Assistant Dean Undergraduate AdmissionRead More