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CHS art students learn about Nossi College of Art

Campbellsville High School art students recently learned about how they can turn their love for art into a career.

 

Greg Havens, an admissions representative from the Nossi College of Art in Nashville, Tenn., came to CHS to talk to Jo Ann Harris’s students.

 

Havens said the school offers degrees in photography, videography, illustration, graphic design and much more.

 

All of those who teach at the school, Havens said, are people who have worked in the career they now teach.

 

Enrollment at Nossi, he said, is about 500, so classes are small.

 

And, Havens said, 95 percent of those who graduated from Nossi last year are now working in the field they studied.

 

Greg Havens, an admissions representative from the Nossi College of Art in Nashville, Tenn., talks to CHS art students about turning their love of art into a career.

Greg Havens, an admissions representative from the Nossi College of Art in Nashville, Tenn., talks to CHS art students about turning their love of art into a career.

 

Greg Havens, an admissions representative from the Nossi College of Art in Nashville, Tenn., talks to CHS senior Kyrsten Hill about the programs at his school.

Greg Havens, an admissions representative from the Nossi College of Art in Nashville, Tenn., talks to CHS senior Kyrsten Hill about the programs at his school.


Greg Havens, an admissions representative from the Nossi College of Art in Nashville, Tenn., talks to CHS art students about turning their love of art into a career.

Greg Havens, an admissions representative from the Nossi College of Art in Nashville, Tenn., talks to CHS art students about turning their love of art into a career.

 

Greg Havens, an admissions representative from the Nossi College of Art in Nashville, Tenn., talks to CHS art students about turning their love of art into a career.

Greg Havens, an admissions representative from the Nossi College of Art in Nashville, Tenn., talks to CHS art students about turning their love of art into a career.





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