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Attending Art School in Milwaukee

When alluding to television sitcom history, Wisconsin’s largest city has come a long way from, “Schlemeel, schlemazel, hasenfeffer incorporated.” Images of rundown breweries and a depressed downtown have been replaced with exciting art communities, trendy restaurants, and a vibrant nightlife. The city has undergone a veritable cultural renaissance and the results are enough to excite any prospective art student. Of the many art communities thriving throughout the city, the historic Third Ward and Lakefront district draw the most visitors as the area overlooks Lake Michigan, and is home to the Milwaukee Museum of Art, the Lincoln Center for the Arts, and Marquette’s Haggerty Museum of Art. In fact, the Third Ward has the highest concentration of galleries and hosts such popular events as “Red Lite Nite in the Ward”, “Gallery Night and Day”, and Lakefest. Another area of the city that features a variety of art attractions is the Riverwest / East Side neighborhood, which is home to such notable galleries as Jody Monroe Gallery, Studio 1661, and Lakeshore Gallery, as well as the University of Wisconsin’s Institute of Visual Arts (Inova). This awakened interest in reviving the arts in Milwaukee is greatly supported by the city’s residents; support that is most evident in the community funding of the Milwaukee Museum of Art’s newest expansion. This $100 million project was named by Time Magazine as the greatest architectural achievement of 2001 and stands as the clearest illustration of how Milwaukee truly is “America’s best kept secret”.

273 East Erie Street
Milwaukee, WI 53202
(414) 276-7889
www.miad.edu
Enrollment:  
600
Faculty:  
200
Programs:  
Communication Design, Drawing, Illustration, Industrial Design, Integrated Fine Arts Studio, Interior Architecture + Design, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture and Time-Based Media
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Features:  
The Jane Bradley Pettit Building, MIAD's main campus, holds two in-house, nationally recognized museum galleries: the Brook Stevens Gallery of Industrial Design and the Frederick Layton Gallery, as well as Entrance Gallery, River Level Gallery, East Gallery (Student Gallery); MIAD is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Art & Design (NASAD); peer tutoring in the Learning Resource Center; Visiting Artists Program
PO Box 413
Milwaukee, WI 53201
(414) 229-1122
www.uwm.edu
Enrollment:  
1850
Faculty:  
22
Programs:  
Studio Art (Ceramics, Fiber, Graphic Design, Jewelry and Metalsmithing, Painting and Drawing, Photography, Printmking,and Sculpture ), Art Education with Teacher Certification
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Arts
Features:  
The Institute of Visual Arts (Inova) has been named \"one of the ten best exhibition spaces for contemporary art in the United States\" by Art Forum. Inova is known nationally and internationally for its presentation of work by emerging and mid-career artists from eastern Europe, Africa, Asia, and Central and South America; administers the Greater Milwaukee Foundation's Mary L. Nohl Fund Fellowships for Individual Artists program. The program, funded by GMF's Mary L. Nohl Fund; the school puts on more than 270 events annually; Visiting Artists Program; Internship programs; Frederick R. Layton Lecture Series, Inter-arts degree programs available; Service learning; Laptop program; more than 27,000 students at 11 schools and colleges, an Outreach program that serves 47,000 people a year, 152 degree programs, research standing in the top 102 public universities in the nation
Noted Alumni:  
Golda Meir, Jim Rygiel (three time Oscar winner from Lord of the Rings), Alberto Fujimori (former President of Peru), James L. Ziemer (President and CEO of Harley-Davidson, Inc.)
3400 S. 43rd Street
Milwaukee, WI 53234-3922
(414) 382-6000
www.alverno.edu
Enrollment:  
1932
Faculty:  
12
Programs:  
Studio Art, Art Education, Art Therapy
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Fine Arts.
Features:  
Artourage (student organization), Study abroad program; internship programs; online interactive; Alverno presents performing arts events; accredited by the Higher Learning Commission North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
6801 N. Yates Road
Milwaukee, WI 53217-3985
(414) 410-4000
www.stritch.edu
Enrollment:  
7246
Faculty:  
4
Programs:  
Art Education (K-12), Graphic Design, Photography, Studio Art
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Art, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Arts in Visual Studies
Features:  
Northwestern Mutual Life Gallery, accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association; Academic Support Center
2900 N. Menomonee River Parkway
Milwaukee, WI 53222-4597
(414) 258-4810
www.mtmary.edu
Enrollment:  
1700
Faculty:  
7
Programs:  
Adaptive Art Education, Art Education (curriculum), Art Therapy, Fashion, Fine Art (curriculum) , Graphic Design, Interior Design
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Art, Master of Art
Features:  
Marian Art Gallery; Starving Artists Show; Art for Youth; Study Abroad and Internship programs; The Arts Organization; Layton Art Scholarship; annual Fashion Show, ArtEduTech; accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools