Elementary Art Education is the process of building children’s confidence, and skills in working with a wide variety of materials. And, because we are one of the largest state art schools in Ohio, we are able to offer a diverse array of studio classes and study abroad opportunities, as well as the facilities and faculty to position students for successful internships and careers with organizations such as Disney Animation, Pixar and the Museum of Modern Art.
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.
At the School of Art, students pursuing our BA, BFA, MA or MFA degrees experience the exclusivity of a private art academy – our faculty to student ratio is 15:1 – yet enjoy the affordability of a state university. We are the first school in Santa Fe to receive this award and one of three in the state to be recognized this year. Currently through the development and delivery of workshops and keynotes to specialized arts high schools, as well as digital content on platforms online which aims to help students find and pursue their life’s purpose. As a winner of the Elizabeth ‘Neill Verner Award – South Carolina’s highest award in the arts, the School of the Arts has been recognized for its tremendous academic programming, dedicated artist-scholars and extensive community outreach. Enya Zia Fortuna (b. 1992, Kranj, Slovenia) is a visual artist based in Glasgow.
At Victoria School students are invited to build upon their creative capacity to inquire with deep curiosity, to think unconventionally, to question the norm and imagine and reflect on new perspectives in order to become more passionate and compassionate members of the local and global community.
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.