Creating Comic Legends: The Kubert School’s Full-Time Program.
Applications for enrollment are accepted year round for the following school year, making the admissions process less tense for those concerned about deadlines. Previous training in art is not essential as this training is provided within the program.
The Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art, Inc is approved by the NJ Department of Education and the NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development.
Speak with our Admission Representative about your plans and when you’d like to begin school. You can reach the admissions department at 973-361-1327 or email [email protected].
How To Apply
After You Applied
- An interview and a portfolio submission are required for acceptance into The Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art. Upon receipt of the application and application fee, the school will notify the applicant of the scheduled interview date and time. Efforts will be made to schedule a mutually convenient date. See “Preparing for your interview with The Kubert School”.
- Interviews are scheduled at The Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art, Inc., 37 Myrtle Ave., Dover, NJ or online via Google Meet. Interviews are approximately 1 hour in length, conducted from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
- The student’s portfolio is a strong determining factor to understanding the student’s level of proficiency. Students must follow the requirements precisely in order for the interview process to run smoothly, especially phone interviews. Portfolios must be presented digitally on a flash drive or shared file. For Personal interviews, original artwork is recommended along with a digital copy. Portfolios should consist of no more than fifteen (15) and no less than ten (10) pieces of your artwork. Your choices should be representative of your best artwork. No pieces should be older than three years. The rest must be more current. Specifications for Image Files: All images should be submitted in JPEG (*.jpg) or PDF format and RGB color mode. We recommend creating files that are 72 pixels-per-inch (ppi) because a higher resolution does not add clarity when viewing images on a computer screen. If you are scanning your images, scan at a high resolution and scale down to 72 dpi. Your file size should not exceed 3.0 MB per image. Please include your full name in the file name.
- Your original artwork should be no larger than 11″ x 17″. Larger pieces (and sculpture, ceramics, murals, furniture, clothing, etc.) can be displayed as photos. You do not have to show originals -good quality photocopies are acceptable.
- Variety of subject matter, format, technique and media are encouraged. The Kubert School will consider examples of portraiture, life drawing, landscapes, still life’s, architectural plans, etc. We will also consider comic books, comic strips, gag cartoons, illustrations, ad layouts, storyboards, pencil tests, etc. Artwork done in pencil, charcoal, pen & ink, pastel, colored pencil, marker, oil paints, acrylic paint, airbrush, watercolor, gouache, etc. will be accepted.
Congratulations You’ve Been Accepted! What’s Next?
- Once notified of acceptance, the student will receive an enrollment agreement and local information. A $100 registration fee is required to reserve your place in the upcoming school year. The registration fee and signed enrollment agreement are due one month (or sooner) after notification of acceptance. The registration fee is non-refundable and is applied toward the tuition charges.
- An official high school transcript or its equivalent (GED) is required. The applicant must make requests for their signed and sealed transcripts which need to be sent directly to The Joe Kubert School of Cartoon & Graphic Art, Inc., 37 Myrtle Avenue, Dover, NJ 07801.
- Email us a recent photograph of yourself (face only).
- Order your art kit supplies at www.kubertartstore.com or call them at 973-328-3266.
- Computer and Tablet Requirements
Placement and Graduation Rates
Placement Rate for Graduates:
Employment rate is based on students who complete the program and are employed in the art field one year from completion. Exclusions include those students who are continuing their education at an accredited school, in the military, or are medically unable to work.
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Graduation rates are those students who graduates vs. those who started in the program.
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A paper copy of all disclosures will be provided upon request.