With an education from an Art Institutes school, imagine what you could create.
Other colleges make promises. CollegeAmerica delivers.
Arguably home to the most inspiring landscapes, replete with snowcapped mountain peaks, pristine lakes, and beautiful sandstone canyons, Colorado is nature at its best. Denver, a relatively young city, is Colorado’s largest and liveliest city. As is common in this most active state, if you’re not biking, skiing, kayaking, hiking, or spending every spare moment enjoying the great outdoors, then you are missing out on what makes Denver, and the entire state of Colorado, a remarkable place to live. Art students considering perusing their studies at the mile high city will enjoy the Denver Museum of Art and the Museum of Contemporary Art, as well as galleries such as Space Gallery and Camera Obscura Gallery,to name a few. For those insistent upon remaining out of doors as much as possible, there is certainly ample opportunity at any one of over two hundred outdoor events that occur annually in Denver. Most notably, the Cherry Creek Arts Festivalattracts artists from all around the world and remains the largest and most competitive outdoor juried arts festival in the United States. Denver is a wonderfully rare amalgam of an untamed, invigorating outdoor environment mixed with the ammenities and attractions of a large and enthusiastic city. So enthusiastic is this city that, when it comes to the arts, it even hired an “arts advocate” to help artists access economic opportunities within the city. That, coupled with the commissioning of the outdoor sculpture “I See What You Mean” (better known as the Big Blue Bear in front of the Convention Center), evidences Denver’s commitment to and appreciation of all things art. An art student who decides to settle in Denver will surely find it a mind altering experience, and that has nothing to do with the altitude.