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For adult technical education, see Mechanics' Institutes. For a broader coverage related to this topic, see Visual arts education. 1881 painting by Marie Bashkirtseff, In the Studio, depicts an art school life drawing session, Dnipropetrovsk State Art Museum, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine An art school is an educational institution with a primary focus on the visual arts, including fine art, especially illustration, painting, photography, sculpture, and graphic design.
Art schools are institutions with elementary, secondary, post-secondary or undergraduate, or part of a broad-based range of programs (such as the liberal arts and sciences). France's École des Beaux-Arts is, perhaps, the first model for such organized institution, breaking with a tradition of master and apprentice system when it was formed. Art schools Life drawing class taught by Jerry Weiss (in red) at the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, photograph by Jim Falconer Australia Melbourne University, VCA.
RMIT University Monash University, Art Design and Architecture School of Arts, La Trobe University South Australian School of Arts, UniSA Adelaide Central School of Art Sydney Art School National Art School (NAS) College Of Fine Arts, (UNSW) Sydney College of the Arts (USYD) Queensland College of Art Australian National University School of Art Canada NSCAD University in Halifax was Canada's first degree-granting art school.
Universities and colleges There are four independent art and design universities in Canada, all public institutions. They are Emily Carr University of Art and Design (Vancouver), NSCAD University (Halifax), OCAD University (Toronto), and Alberta College of Art and Design (Calgary). Emily Carr University has the most active research program among the four with over $15 million in research over the last five years.
OCAD University's research intensity has reached $3.2 million in 2011/12. All four schools teach in the major disciplines from painting through to new media and design. Over the last five years, Emily Carr has garnered the most of the major awards for students and alums across the country. The most recent RBC Painting Competition was won by Vanessa Maltese, a graduate of OCAD University. NSCAD University was founded in 1887 by Anna Leonowens and other Halifax women.
The school gained international prominence in the 1970s for innovation in conceptual art under the leadership of Garry Kennedy. In spite of its modest size, Art in America suggested in 1973 that NSCAD was "the best art school in North America", while more recently The Globe and Mail called it Canada's "most illustrious". Secondary schools (Toronto area) Claude Watson School for the Arts and Karen Kain School of the Arts are intermediate-age public art schools in Toronto, Ontario.
They are continued by the Claude Watson program at Earl Haig Secondary School and by the Etobicoke School of the Arts, Rosedale Heights School of the Arts, Wexford Collegiate School for the Arts, and the Catholic board Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts. In Brampton, Mayfield Secondary School's Regional Arts Program offers a public high school-level art school. St. Roch Catholic Secondary School and St.
Thomas Aquinas Secondary School have Regional Arts Programs at the Catholic high school level. France In France, art schools have a long history. The oldest is Paris fine art school, established in 1682, but most present public art schools are over two centuries old too : Nancy (1708), Toulouse (1726), Rouen (1741), etc. Some of those schools were called academies and were prestigious institutions, devoted to the education of great painters or sculptors.
Others were called "école gratuite de dessin" (free school for drawing), and were devoted to the education of arts and craft artists. As of today, there is in France 45 national or territorial public high schools of art, that deliver bachelor (DNA) and Master (DNSEP) degrees. They don't belong to universities. Germany The Academy of Fine Arts Nuremberg (German: Akademie der Bildenden Künste Nürnberg) was founded in 1662 by Jacob von Sandrart and is the oldest art academy in German-speaking Central Europe.
Fine and applied arts have since formed key sectors of learning, although emphasises have shifted in one direction or the other over the centuries. Today learning takes the form of interdisciplinary interaction, the dialogue between fine and applied disciplines. It is flanked by new degree courses and a new media technology study programme. Akademie der Bildenden Künste Nürnberg Sweden Art schools have had a history in Sweden since the first half of the 18th Century.
Students may attend the Royal Institute of Art, which got its start in 1735. Established in 1844 originally as a part-time art school for Sunday artisans, the University College of Arts, Crafts and Design known as "Konstfack" is an arts college offering bachelor's and master's degrees in ceramics, glass, textiles, metalworking, and more. There are also tertiary art schools attached to universities in Gothenburg, Malmö and Umeå.
Bangladesh Bulbul Lalitakala Academy Gitangoli Shanto-Mariam Academy United Kingdom Perhaps those generally felt most applicable to the definition of 'art school' are the autonomous colleges or schools of art offering courses across both further and higher education boundaries, of which there are approximately eighteen, under the banner of United Kingdom Art & Design Institutions Association. Others, whose existence ties in indelibly with that of larger, non-discipline-specific universities (such as the Slade School of Art) exist.
Most art schools of either orientation are equipped to offer opportunities spanning from post-16 to postgraduate level. The range of colleges span from predominantly further education establishments to research-led specialist institutes. The University of the Arts London, for example, is a federally structured institution that comprises six previously independent schools situated in London. These include Camberwell College of Arts, Central Saint Martins, Chelsea College of Arts, London College of Communication, London College of Fashion, and Wimbledon College of Arts; others include The Slade School of Fine Art, The Royal College of Art and Goldsmiths College, University of London, which each grant undergraduate and postgraduate awards under one collegiate arm.
The Royal College of Art with its degree-awarding arm and singular focus on postgraduate awards being a most singular exception. Outside of London art schools in the UK include Arts University Bournemouth, Cleveland College of Art and Design, Coventry School of Art and Design, University for the Creative Arts, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, Edinburgh College of Art (part of University of Edinburgh), Glasgow School of Art, Gray's School of Art, Hereford College of Arts, Leeds College of Art, Liverpool School of Art (part of Liverpool John Moores University), Loughborough University School of Art and Design, Manchester School of Art (part of Manchester Metropolitan University), Norwich University of the Arts, Moray School of Art (University of the Highlands and Islands) and Plymouth College of Art and Design among others.
Since the 1970s, degrees have replaced diplomas as the top-tier qualification in the field. In the case of wholly freestanding institutions, degree validation agreements in liaison with a university have long been the custom for Bachelor of Arts (Hons) level upward. There has been a general trend for all-encompassing universities to offer programs in the visual arts, and formerly independent art schools have merged with polytechnics and universities to offer such degrees.
A notable exception to this is the City and Guilds of London Art School, an independent art school solely focused on fine art and related disciplines such as carving and conservation. A few art schools have taken on university status themselves, namely Arts University Bournemouth, University for the Creative Arts, University of the Arts London, and Norwich University of the Arts. While Courtauld Institute of Art, Leeds College of Art and Royal College of Art are recognised institutions - some with degree awarding powers.
 Most specialist institutions in the United Kingdom can trace their histories back to the nineteenth century or beyond, originating usually from government initiatives. Also there is Denver School of Performing Arts, which is a middle through high school. United States Academy of Classical Design Cast Studio - Southern Pines, NC Baum School of Art in Allentown, Pennsylvania In the U.
S., art and design schools that offer bachelor of fine arts or Master of Fine Arts degrees break down into basic types with some overlap and variations. The most highly rated schools belong to a consortium formed in 1991 and called the Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design (AICAD). These schools differ from for-profit career schools in that they require a strong component of liberal arts courses in addition to art and design courses, providing a well-rounded college degree.
There also are partnerships between art schools and universities such as School of the Art Institute of Chicago with Roosevelt University, the New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University, Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University, the Rhode Island School of Design with Brown University, Maryland Institute College of Art and Johns Hopkins University, the Corcoran College of Art and Design with The George Washington University, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in conjunction with Tufts University, Tyler School of Art at Temple University, Parsons The New School for Design at The New School, or Herron School of Art at Indiana University.
There is one state-supported independent art school in the U.S., Massachusetts College of Art and Design. The first Art School in the U.S. is the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA). Cooper Union in New York City is among the most selective of art schools, admitting 4%, with every student on half scholarship. The Yale School of Art at Yale University offers only graduate classes in its two-year MFA programs.
The Yale Daily News reported on Thursday, February 1, 2007 that the School had 1215 applications for its class of 2009 and would offer admission to fifty-five students. Next up the scale in size for an art school would be a large art or design department, school, or college at a university. If it is a college, such as the College of Design,  at Iowa State University typically, it would contain programs that teach studio art, graphic design, photography, architecture, landscape architecture, interior design, or interior architecture, as well as art, design, and architectural history areas.
Sometimes these are simply the schools of art, architecture, and design such as those at the College of Fine and Applied Arts at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign or the Yale School of Art. With over 3,000 students, VCU School of the Arts at Virginia Commonwealth University is one of the largest art schools in the nation and is also has achieved the highest ranking ever for a public university.
 Variation exists among art schools that are larger institutions, however, the essential element is that programs at universities tend to include more liberal arts courses and slightly less studio work, when compared to dedicated, but independent, schools of art. The final and most common type of art school, a state supported or private program, would be at a university or college. It typically is a BA program, but also might be a BFA, MA, or MFA.
These programs tend to emphasize a more general degree in art and do not require a major in a specific field, but might offer concentrations. A concentration is not accepted by some accrediting or professional organizations as being adequate preparation in some fields that would lead to success as a professional. This is the case for graphic design, where typically, the minimal degree is a BFA major in graphic design.
Many of the degree-offering institutions do not offer intense training in classical realism and academic painting and drawing. The Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts is considered a collegiate version of this educational model. This gap is filled by Atelier art schools (schools located inside an artist's studio) or in separate locations, such as the New York Academy of Art, the National Academy of Design, the New York Studio School, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA), established 1805, the Art Students League of New York, established in 1875.
Online art schools In recent years a number of art schools have begun to offer some or all of their curricula online, which by nature, transcends national boundaries. Among these are The Art Institute of Pittsburgh Online and Academy of Art University. As with on-ground schools, many of the majors involve computer-based work, such as compositions created in Photoshop, Illustrator, or 3D-Studio Max.
Submission and review of these materials proceeds virtually identically for on-ground and online classes. When online courses require production of traditional drawings or other such materials, they usually are photographed or scanned for submission and review by instructors. Art school culture In contrast to the contemporary stereotype professional art and design education accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design or offered by the members of the Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design incorporates rigorous liberal arts and general education requirements so that students receive an authentic college or university degree.
See also Academy figure Visual arts education École des Beaux-Arts Kunstgewerbeschule List of art schools List of artist-initiated schools List of art schools in Europe References ^ http://www.acsa.sa.edu.au/ Official website ^ http://sydneyartschool.com.au/ Official website ^ research ^ http://www.ocadu.ca/research.htm ^ Levine, L. (July–August 1973). "The best art school in North America?".
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Arts Educational Schools, London Established 1939 Type Independent President Andrew Lloyd Webber Principal Chris Hocking Founder Grace Cone and Olive Ripman Location Cone Ripman House 14 Bath Road Turnham Green ParkChiswickLondonW4 1LYEngland Local authority Hounslow DfE URN 102551 Tables Ofsted Reports Gender Coeducational Ages 11+ Website artsed.co.uk Arts Educational Schools, London, commonly known as ArtsEd is an independent performing arts school based in Chiswick in the London Borough of Hounslow.
Overview ArtsEd provides specialist vocational training at secondary, further and higher education level in musical theatre and acting for film and television. The school also offers part-time and holiday courses in the performing arts. The school is accredited by Drama UK and it offers Qualifications and Curriculum Authority recognised qualifications validated by the City University London or Trinity College, London.
In 2013 ArtsEd was awarded a grant by the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation to fund a refurbishment project. The money was spent on the main theatre, costume storage, the School of Film and Television and the school's access facilities. Arts Educational Schools London is accredited by Drama UK and is one of twenty-one specialist performing arts schools approved to offer government-funded Dance and Drama Awards, a scheme established to subsidise the cost of professional dance and drama training for the most talented students at leading institutions.
 In 2015 the School was rated "Outstanding" by Ofsted. History ArtsEd originated from two schools, one founded in 1919 by Grace Cone and one in 1922 by Olive Ripman. These two women were educational pioneers who believed passionately in the value of combining a general academic education with a specialised training in dance, drama, music and art, preparing young men and women for professional careers in or connected with the theatre.
In 1939 Grace and Olive joined forces to create the Cone Ripman School, subsequently named the Arts Educational Schools. The school was first based in premises at Stratford Place in London, but following the outbreak of World War II, it was relocated to Tring, Hertfordshire, where it shared premises with Rothschild Bank in the mansion at Tring Park. In 1941, the school reopened its premises at Stratford Place, while the second school continuing to operate in Tring.
In 1947, both schools were renamed the Arts Educational Schools (, suffixed London or Tring Park). Ballerina Dame Beryl Grey became Director of the Schools in the 1960s. The schools, which had a high standard of ballet training introduced professional acting and musical theatre courses before many of their competitors. Since it was reopened, the London school was based in Piccadilly and later at Golden Lane House in the Barbican until 1986 when the school purchased the former buildings of Acton and Chiswick Polytechnic, which had merged with Maria Grey Training College to form the West London Institute of Higher Education ten years earlier.
This building continues to be home to the school and is now known as Cone Ripman House. In the 2000s the two schools became independent of each other, and the Tring school has been renamed Tring Park School for the Performing Arts. Today, Arts Educational Schools London is a co–educational Independent Day School and Sixth Form for pupils aged 11–18, and a professional conservatoire specialising in acting and musical theatre, as well as a range of part-time courses.
For many years, the president of the school was prima ballerina assoluta Dame Alicia Markova. She was succeeded in 2007 by the composer and theatre producer, Andrew Lloyd Webber. Iain Reid was dean of the schools from 1999 until his retirement in December 2006. He was succeeded by John Baraldi, former chief executive of Riverside Studios,and former director of the East 15 Acting School; Baraldi left the school in early 2009.
The current Principal is Jane Harrison, formerly head of drama. Notable alumni See full list here Category:People educated at the Arts Educational Schools Julie Andrews(The Sound of Music, Mary Poppins) Samantha Barks (Les Misérables on stage and screen) Darcey Bussell (Former Principal with the Royal Ballet, Strictly Come Dancing judge) Gary Carr (Death in Paradise, Downton Abbey) Adam Cooper(Former Principal with the Royal Ballet and Matthew Bourne's New Adventures) Martin Clunes (Doc Martin, Men Behaving Badly) Finola Hughes (Former dancer with the Northern Ballet, Cats) Laura Haddock (Da Vinci's Demons, Luther) Nigel Harman (EastEnders, Shrek The Musical) Nigel Havers (Chariots of Fire, Coronation Street) Finn Jones (Game of Thrones, Marvel's Iron Fist) Bonnie Langford(Spamalot, EastEnders) Lashana Lynch (Still Star-Crossed) Tuppence Middleton (Dickensian, War and Peace) Michaela Strachan (Springwatch) Oliver Tompsett (Wicked, We Will Rock You) Sally Anne Triplett (Mamma Mia!, Chicago) Will Young(Pop Idol Winner) Qualifications and courses Full Time GCSE, A Level and BTEC Courses BA Hons in Acting (validated by City University, London) BA Hons in Musical Theatre (validated by City University, London) MA in Acting (validated by City University, London) MA in Musical Theatre Creative Practise (validated by City University, London) Level 6 Diploma in Professional Acting (validated by Trinity College London) Level 6 Diploma in Musical Theatre (validated by Trinity College London) Acting Foundation Course Musical Theatre Foundation Course Part Time Post-Diploma BA Hons in Performance Studies (validated by City University, London) Excelerate Evening Courses - Skills training and audition preparation Holiday and Weekend Courses See also List of schools in Hounslow References ^ Gov.
uk: Dance and Drama 066987 ^ Gov.uk: Dance and Drama 10023485 Archived 16 July 2007 at the Wayback Machine. ^ http://reports.ofsted.gov.uk/inspection-reports/find-inspection-report/provider/ELS/50527 ^ "About Us". Retrieved 24 March 2017. ^ a b c d e f g "Alumni". Arts Educational Schools London. 2014. Retrieved 18 June 2014. External links Arts Educational Schools, London – official site Arts Educational Schools, London – filed accounts v t e Schools and colleges in Hounslow Secondary schools Brentford School for Girls Chiswick School Cranford Community College The Green School Gumley House Convent School Gunnersbury Boys' School The Heathland School Heston Community School Isleworth and Syon School Kingsley Academy Lampton School Rivers Academy West London Springwest Academy St Mark's Roman Catholic School Independent schools Arts Educational Schools, London Further education colleges West Thames College Defunct schools London International College v t e Federation of Drama Schools Academy of Live and Recorded Arts Arts Educational School, London Birmingham Conservatoire Bristol Old Vic Theatre School Drama Centre London Drama Studio London East 15 Acting School Guildford School of Acting Guildhall School of Music and Drama Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts Manchester School of Theatre Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts The Oxford School of Drama Royal Academy of Dramatic Art Rose Bruford College Royal Central School of Speech and Drama Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama v t e Performing arts schools in the United Kingdom Acting Academy of Live and Recorded Arts Arts Educational Schools, London Birmingham School of Acting Bristol Old Vic Theatre School Central School of Speech and Drama City Academy Drama Centre London Drama Studio London East 15 Acting School Guildford School of Acting Guildhall School of Music & Drama Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art Manchester School of Theatre Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts Oxford School of Drama Pauline Quirke Academy Rose Bruford College Royal Academy of Dramatic Art Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama Stella Mann College of Performing Arts Tring Park School for the Performing Arts Dance Bird College Central School of Ballet City Academy Elmhurst School for Dance English National Ballet School The Hammond School Laine Theatre Arts London Contemporary Dance School Masters Performing Arts College Northern School of Contemporary Dance Pauline Quirke Academy Performers College Royal Ballet School Scottish School of Contemporary Dance Stella Mann College of Performing Arts Tring Park School for the Performing Arts Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance Urdang Academy Music See: Music Schools in the United Kingdom Musical theatre Arts Educational Schools, London Bird College City Academy Guildford School of Acting The Hammond School Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts Laine Theatre Arts Masters Performing Arts College Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts Musical Theatre Academy Performers College SLP College Stella Mann College of Performing Arts Tring Park School for the Performing Arts Urdang Academy Secondary Arts Educational Schools, London BRIT School Dance School of Scotland The Hammond School Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts Sylvia Young Theatre School Tring Park School for the Performing Arts Former Bush Davies School of Theatre Arts Coordinates: 51°29′46″N 0°15′09″W / 51.
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