Art & Design Schools By State
North Dakota Art & Design Schools
According to U.S. Census Bureau roughly 672,591 population in 2010, North Dakota is the third least populated state in the U.S. Nevertheless, its metro areas have been growing, creating new opportunities for those interested in multimedia technologies and visual communication. The stark beauty of its frigid plains and its long Native American cultural history, meanwhile, may be of interest to those pursuing a career in the fine arts, especially photography.
An Art Career in North Dakota
Fargo, the largest city in the state, is home to a number of fine museums and community art festivals. Fargo's Plains Art Museum, for example, houses a vast collection of frontier-themed art and artifacts. If you're interested in pursuing a career in such a unique setting, an art or design school in North Dakota could help you get started. Art and design programs in the state include graphic design, fashion design and merchandising, interior design, and more.
Featured Art & Design Schools in North Dakota
This list also contains online schools that accept students from North Dakota