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Attending Art School in Detroit

Whether it’s the revving of an engine or the rhythmic beat of a Motown classic, the sounds of Michigan’s largest city, more than any single image, have come to define it. The legacies of Henry Ford and Berry Gordy have cemented Detroit as one of America’s premiere cities, despite the oft reported decline of the once thriving and developing economy. Now the city, having recently experienced a renaissance of sorts, is also offering another dimension to its identity: a city rich in diverse artists. This should come as no surprise given the fact that one of the nation’s first art schools, the College for Creative Studies, is nestled in the heart of Detroit’s cultural center. Additionally, the nation’s fifth largest museum, th Detroit Institute of Art, offers over one hundred galleries and still maintains the bragging rights for having the first van Gogh as a part of a U.S. museum collection. Art students will also enjoy a great variety of galleries, including the always engaging Elaine L. Jacob gallery or the edgier (occasionally disturbing) exhibits presented at the 555 gallery. Externally, the city itself is alive with an atmosphere of soulful music, ecclectic people, and sensational murals. Whether you hit the Detroit Institute of the Arts to peruse Diego Rivera’s mural in the Great Hall, or stumble upon one of local artist Nivek Monet’s homegrown masterpieces, Detroit is alive and well and celebrating the arts.If you find yourself within the city limits to attend a school or the National Portfolio Day in October, the rhythms of the city are sure to infuse your soul and highten your senses.

201 East Kirby Street
Detroit, MI 48202
(313) 664-7400
www.collegeforcreativestudies.edu
Enrollment:  
1204
Faculty:  
43
Programs:  
Advertising Design (Creative Direction, Art Direction, Copywriting, Broadcast Production), Animation and Digital Media (Digital Cinema, Video Game Design, Traditional Animation, Character Animation, Digital Media, Integrated Media), Art Education (Elementary, Middle or High School Education; Museum Direction), Crafts (Ceramics, Fiber Design, Glass, Metalsmithing, Jewelry Design, Interdisciplinary), Fine Arts (Painting, Print Media, Sculpture), Illustration (Comic Book Illustration, Book Illustration, Cartoon Illustration, Animation, Entertainment Illustration), Interior Design (Residential Design, Exhibit Design, Lighting Design, Retail and Hospitality Design), Photography (Photojournalism, Documentary Photography, Fine Art Photography, Fashion Photography, Forensic Photography), Product Design (Shoe Design, Furniture Design, Exhibit Design, Toy Design, Houseware Design), Transportation Design (Automotive Design, Bike Design, Motorcycle Design, Boat Design, Airplane Design, Mass Transit Design), Graphic Design (Creative Direction, Graphic Design, Package Design, Web Design, Art Direction
Degrees:  
Bachelors of Fine Art
Features:  
NASAD accreditation; Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association accreditation; One of the first organizations to offer educational courses in Art in America; located in the heart of Detroit's Cultural Center; one of the most recognized programs for transportation design; Josephine Ford, the only granddaughter of Ford Motor Company founder Henry Ford, bequeathed $50 million to CCS upon her death the previous June. This gift stands as the largest single gift ever made to a private arts college in the United States, and the largest gift to any private school in Michigan.
Why You Should Go Here:  
Historically speaking, this is one of the first schools in America to offer educational courses in art and is still considered by many to be among the best.
656 West Kirby Street
Detroit, MI 48202
(313) 577-2424
www.wayne.edu
Enrollment:  
19113
Faculty:  
27
Programs:  
Ceramics, Drawing, Fibers, Graphic Design, Industrial Design, Interior Design, Metals, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, Art History, Fashion Design , Interdisciplinary Electronic Arts
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Arts
Features:  
Elaine Jacob Gallery, Community Arts Gallery, WSU is Michigan's only urban research university
Liberal Arts Building, Office 424
Detroit, MI 48221
(313) 927-1370
www.marygrove.edu
Enrollment:  
1204
Faculty:  
43
Programs:  
Advertising Design (Creative Direction, Art Direction, Copywriting, Broadcast Production), Animation and Digital Media (Digital Cinema, Video Game Design,Traditional Animation, Character Animation, Digital Media, Integrated Media), Art Education (Elementary, Middle or High School Education; Museum Direction), Crafts(Ceramics, Fiber Design, Glass, Metalsmithing, Jewelry Design, Interdisciplinary), Fine Arts (Painting, Print Media, Sculpture), Illustration (Comic Book Illustration, Book Illustration, Cartoon Illustration, Animation, Entertainment Illustration), Interior Design (Residential Design, Exhibit Design, Lighting Design, Retail and Hospitality Design),Photography (Photojournalism, Documentary Photography, Fine Art Photography,Fashion Photography, Forensic Photography), Product Design (Shoe Design, Furniture Design, Exhibit Design, Toy Design, Houseware Design), Transportation Design (Automotive Design, Bike Design, Motorcycle Design, Boat Design, Airplane Design, Mass Transit Design), Graphic Design (Creative Direction, Graphic Design, Package Design, Web Design, Art Direction)
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Fine Arts.
Features:  
NASAD accreditation; Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association accreditation; One of the first organizations to offer educational courses in Art in America; located in the heart of Detroit's Cultural Center; one of the most recognized programs for transportation design; Josephine Ford, the only granddaughter of Ford Motor Company founder Henry Ford, bequeathed $50 million to CCS upon her death the previous June. This gift stands as the largest single gift ever made to a private arts college in the United States, and the largest gift to any private school in Michigan.
Why You Should Go Here:  
Historically speaking, this is one of thefirst schools in America to offer educational courses in art and is still considered by many to be among the best.