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Art Schools

  1. Art schools are a good way to learn for a new career.

Art School

  1. Art School is for everyone interested in a creative job.
  2. Art school was not about getting a job, it was about establishing a way of life.
  3. Art school was the place where you go to develop as an artist.
  4. The art school was closing for the summer break, and in connection with this an exhibition was being organized to raise funds for physically challenged kids.

Art Institute of Atlanta

  1. Art Institute of Atlanta - provides postsecondary career-oriented education in commercial arts. (Web site)
  2. The top art schools within the Atlanta city limits include the Atlanta College of Art and the Art Institute of Atlanta. (Web site)
  3. Welcome to The Art Institute of Washington, a branch of The Art Institute of Atlanta and one of the schools in The Art Institutes system.

Academy of Art University

  1. The Academy of Art University is a good TOOL for my industrial design career. (Web site)


  1. Bauhaus - A very influential German school of art and design. (Web site)
  2. Bauhaus is a British rock band (formed in Northampton in 1978) popular in the 1980s.
  3. Bauhaus is a German expression that literally means "house for building. (Web site)
  4. Bauhaus is a band that any music expert or historian has to know.
  5. Bauhaus is a school I think all students would yearn to study at, probably the finest school of art, design and architecture to grace this world.


  1. The first official academy, the Accademia del Disegno, was founded in Florence by Vasari in 1561.
  2. The Hotel Accademia is a place where everything is cared for down to the fineest.
  3. Premio firenze centro culturale firenze europa gallerie virtuali accademia virtuale delle arti del disegno e della comunicazione isiva.

Art Institute of Chicago

  1. Exhibited: Art Institute of Chicago, 1926 (prize), 1928 (prize), 1929 (medal, prize), 1930 (prize). (Web site)
  2. Apparently he taught at the Art Institute of Chicago in 1940s and lived in the Chicago area until his death in August 1968. (Web site)
  3. Born July 11, 1907 in El Paso, TX. He studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and in 1930 traveled to Italy to continue his studies. (Web site)

Art Institute of Seattle

  1. It became part of The Art Institutes and changed its name to The Art Institute of Seattle in 1982.
  2. At The Art Institute of Seattle, you can explore the path to becoming a creative professional with programs that provide an outlet for your ideas.
  3. Art Institute of Pittsburgh@ Art Institute of Seattle - trains students for entry-level in the creative and practical arts.


  1. Austin is a vibrant spot that celebrates being cosmopolitan and unpretentious; high-tech and low-key; big city and college town.
  2. Austin was selected as the #2 Best Big City in "Best Places to Live" by Money magazine in 2006 and the #1 College Town by the Travel Channel.

Bauhaus School

  1. The Bauhaus School was Germany's most important and most avant-garde art and design school.
  2. The Bauhaus School was an academy of art and design founded in Weimar, Germany in 1919 by Walter Gropius.
  3. The Bauhaus school was created when Walter Gropius was appointed head of two art schools in Weimar and united them in one. (Web site)

Black Mountain College

  1. Using a Venn diagram, compare Black Mountain College with your school to explore how the schools are similar and different.
  2. Before Albers taught at Yale, he guided the art program at a small, experimental school in the Mountains of North Carolina called Black Mountain College.


  1. The building is a one story, stone, hipped-roof Richardsonian Romanesque style structure with a parapeted front gable and rounded arch windows.
  2. The building was constructed in 1903, and placed on National Register of Historic Places in 1996. (Web site)
  3. The building was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1961.
  4. The building was onced owned by Henry Ford who used the mill to manufacture automotive parts.

California Institute of The Arts

  1. California Institute of the Arts was founded in 1961 with the amalgamation of two schools, the Los Angeles Conservatory of Music and Chouinard Art Institute. (Web site)

Chouinard Art Institute

  1. Nelbert Chouinard, founder and guiding light of Chouinard Art Institute from 1921-1972.
  2. After leaving Chouinard Art Institute in 1960, Ruscha began working full time doing layout and graphics for various advertising agencies. (Web site)
  3. CalArts was initially formed through the merger of the Chouinard Art Institute (founded 1921) and the Los Angeles Conservatory of Music (founded 1883). (Web site)

Civil Engineering

  1. Civil Engineering is the oldest degree granting engineering program at Cooper Union, with a rich history of over one hundred years.
  2. Civil Engineering is the oldest degree granting engineering program at Cooper Union. (Web site)


  1. Classes are designed for beginner, intermediate and advanced students.
  2. Classes are held at the gallery and, during pre- and post- visits, at the schools.
  3. Classes are held on the campus of Pratt Institute, where Saturday Art School students learn in a college environment.
  4. Classes are small and focused on each student.

Cooper Union

  1. The Cooper Union is one of the most selective colleges in the United States, with an acceptance rate of 10-12%. (Web site)
  2. The Cooper Union was founded in 1859 by American Industrialist Peter Cooper who was a prolific inventor and a successful entrepreneur. (Web site)


  1. Diploma: A four-year, all-studio program for both high school graduates and career changers interested in spending concentrated time in the studio. (Web site)
  2. Diploma: A four-year, all-studio undergraduate program.


  1. The faculty are committed teachers.
  2. The faculty are professionally trained degree teachers and offer classes in Classical Ballet, Pointe, Variations, Lyrical, Hip-hop, Jazz, Tap and Modern.

General Re

  1. General Re is one of the largest reinsurers in the world based on net premiums written and capital. (Web site)
  2. General Re was established in 1980 to serve as the holding company of General Reinsurance Corporation ( “GRC”) and its affiliates. (Web site)


  1. Gropius was succeeded by Hannes Meyer, and then in turn by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. (Web site)
  2. Gropius was succeeded by Meyer, and then in turn by Mies. (Web site)
  3. Gropius was succeeded in turn by Hannes Meyer and then Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.
  4. Gropius was the head of the school throughout 1919- 1928, followed by Hannes Meyer[?] and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.
  5. Gropius was the leader of the Bauhaus, the school of art and architecture in Germany. (Web site)

High School of Art And Design

  1. Joshibi Junior High School of Art and Design has three classes of 40 students each.
  2. Joshibi Junior High School of Art and Design does not set tricky or difficult entrance exam questions.
  3. Please refer to the Joshibi High School of Art and Design prospectus for examples of artwork made in past practical exams.


  1. Introduction: An arts education has never been more valuable than it is today.
  2. Introduction: For over 30 years, the Design Institute of San Diego (DISD) has trained students in the fine art of interior design.
  3. Introduction: The Department of Art and Art Professions is an interdisciplinary art community located in the heart of the New York art world.
  4. Introduction: The International Academy of Design and Technology ranks among the foremost private educational establishments in North America.
  5. Introduction: The NewSchool of Architecture and Design now offers a unique new Bachelor of Arts in Visual Communications program.


  1. From 1945 it was known as Konstfackskolan and from 1993 Konstfack, the short form of the name formerly used colloquially.
  2. She was educated at the Konstfack Art School in Stockholm as an Interior Architect and was active in this branch for many years.
  3. Futures Konstfack Konstfack Jump to: navigation, search This article does not cite any references or sources.


  1. Meyer was also compromised by a sexual scandal involving one of his students, and Gropius fired him in 1930.
  2. Meyer was an unfit leader due to political disagreements with the school and was dismissed in 1930. (Web site)

Montserrat College of Art

  1. Montserrat College Of Art is a non-profit private institution, located in Beverly, Essex County, MA. Total enrollment is approximately 320.

Pratt Institute

  1. Pratt Institute is a closed campus with four public entrances, two of which close in the evening hours. (Web site)
  2. Pratt Institute is a closed campus with three public entrances, one of which closes in the evening hours.
  3. Pratt Institute is a member of the Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design.
  4. Pratt Institute is a specialized, private college in New York City with campuses in Manhattan and Brooklyn, as well as in Utica, New York.
  5. Pratt Institute is a specialized, private college in New York City with campuses in Manhattan and Brooklyn.


  1. Programs are carefully defined with contributions from the professional community.
  2. Programs are carefully defined with the support and contributions of leading members of the professional community.


  1. Reinsurers are normally not required to obtain approval of premium rates and policy forms. (Web site)
  2. Reinsurers are not required to offer terrorism coverage and are not eligible for Federal reinsurance of terrorism losses. (Web site)

Rhode Island School of Design

  1. Rhode Island School of Design ranks 2936th for the average student loan amount.
  2. And I guess there's always the bragging of, "Hey, I go to the most influential art school," to all those annoying RISD [Rhode Island School of Design] kids.
  3. The following are the types of degrees and majors offered at Rhode Island School of Design.

Ringling School of Art And Design

  1. Ringling School of Art and Design is a private, not-for-profit, accredited college of professional visual arts and design on Florida s gulf coast.
  2. Ringling School of Art and Design is a private, notfor-profit, accredited college of professional visual arts and design on Florida's gulf coast. (Web site)

Sanctuary Arts

  1. Sanctuary Arts is a traditional skill-based community arts school.

School of Visual Arts

  1. The School of Visual arts is a great school and its in a really cool neighboorhood.


  1. Students are assigned to a class in one of three local New York City public high schools.
  2. Students are assisted by art school instructors on an individual level in order to potentialize their expressive and technical capacities.
  3. Students are encouraged to take a maximum of two courses during each six-week session. (Web site)
  4. Students are engaged in a broad spectrum of creative endeavors relevant to significant architectural development.
  5. Students are given studios, in various locations, according to their year of study and department. (Web site)

The Art Institutes

  1. The Art Institutes are committed to protecting any personal information that you may provide to us.
  2. The Art Institutes is a leading educator of students in the creative and applied arts, including design, media arts, fashion, and culinary arts. (Web site)
  3. The Art Institutes is the leading educator of students in the creative and applied arts, including design, media, fashion, and culinary programs. (Web site)

United Kingdom

  1. If accredited as a college, most art schools grant a Bachelor of Fine Arts, or a Fine Art B.A. in the United Kingdom, and perhaps other degrees. (Web site)
  2. In the United Kingdom, an indefinite number of such institutions exist, differing in size, number and administration.
  3. Over 60% of all United Kingdom galleries are located in London.

Virginia Commonwealth University

  1. A college I haven't heard anyone mention is Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. (Web site)
  2. Virginia Commonwealth University or VCU for short, is a large American research university with its main campus located in urban Richmond, Virginia.
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