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List of art schools

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List of art schools

The following is a list of art schools.


  • Regionally-accredited non-profit independent professional art and design colleges offering BFA degrees 1
  • Other art schools 2
  • Academy of Arts 3
  • Academy of Fine Arts 4
  • University of the Arts 5
  • School of the Arts 6
  • Similar school names 7
  • University Schools of the Arts 8
  • Artist-Initiated Schools 9
  • See also 10
  • References 11

Regionally-accredited non-profit independent professional art and design colleges offering BFA degrees

Other art schools

  • Woodbury University
  • Asheville Academy of Art School of classical drawing and painting.

Academy of Arts

Academy of Fine Arts

University of the Arts

Includes institutions called the University of the Arts and those with very similar names:

School of the Arts

The name of several schools (usually high schools) that are devoted to the fine arts, including:

Similar school names

University Schools of the Arts

Arts programs within a university may also be called a "School of the Arts". Such programs include:

Artist-Initiated Schools

Some art schools have been initiated by artists; these may be designed to operate as traditional schools, or may themselves be considered art projects.

See also


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