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Attending Art School in Pittsburgh

People visiting the city of Pittsburgh for the first time share one resounding question: This is Pittsburgh?? Though thoughts of the city of three rivers usually engender gloomy images of shut down steel mills and grimy, depressed streets and buildings, more and more people are finding that Pittsburg is a beautiful, vibrant, electrifying city (yes, Pittsburgh!). Though the city’s steel mill industry dissolved during the 70s and 80s and half the population was lost, a new metropolis has emerged, replete with 33 colleges and universities, over 200 museums and galleries, and 8 Fortune 500 companies. No American city has undergone a more spectacular renaissance than Pittsburgh and, for that reason, students are flocking to this reinvented college city. According to Pittsburgh native, Ron Davis, “With the revitalization effort that had occurred in the city, it is a nice blend of tradition and modernism; also, the eclectic cultures which have settled within and around the city make it a great place to study architecture, art, and customs.” Evidence of this metamorphosis is most clear in the downtown section of the city where the Cultural District is home to a great many theatres, the Pittsburgh Opera house, and the annual Three Rivers Arts Festival. Additionally, the Cultural District also hosts the quarterly Gallery Crawl, where patrons can enjoy live music, a variety of restaurants, and a diverse offering of galleries, such as Space, Wood Street Galleries, and the Society for Contemporary Craft. However, a venture over to the North Side will also provide ample entertainment as this neighborhood offers the Andy Warhol museum and the Mattress Factory, a space dedicated exclusively to installation art. In fact, if you are a great fan of installation art, a visit to ArtGardens in Frank Curto park is also in order as this large outdoor gallery features plant life as the primary medium. More than any other neighborhood, however, art students will most enjoy Oakland, which is home to many of the schools, the social scenes, and the nation’s first museum of modern art, the Carnegie Museum of Fine Art. Built in 1895, the museum captures Andrew Carnegie’s vision of a museum containing “Old Masters of tomorrow.” Moreover, the Frick Fine Arts Gallery, the Phipps Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, and the University Art Gallery can all be found in the Oakland section of Pittsburgh.  Whether you are planning to study in the revitalized city of Pittsburgh, or you just can’t believe it is truly a new and exciting city, a visit to Pennsylvania’s second largest metropolis is worth whatever it takes to get there.

420 Boulevard of the Allies
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
(412) 291-6200
www.aip.artinstitutes.edu
Enrollment:  
4864
Faculty:  
44
Programs:  
Advertising, Art of Cooking, Culinary Arts, Culinary Management, Digital Design, Digital Media Production, Entertainment Design, Fashion & Retail Management, Game Art & Design, Graphic Design, Industrial Design, Interactive Media Design, Interior Design, Media Arts & Animation, Photography, Residential Planning, Video Production, Visual Effects and Motion Graphics, Web Design
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Science, Associate of Science
Features:  
The original art institute, now serving as the headquarters for the others; 17 computer labs, equipped with program specific technology; an entirely renovated historic landmark building located at 420 Boulevard of the Allies; Gallery on the Mall, e-Gallery
Noted Alumni:  
Nathan Armstrong, Alanna Jackson & Scott Patrick, Tim Kaulen, Mark Planisek
4200 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
(412) 624-4141
www.pitt.edu
Enrollment:  
16677
Faculty:  
12
Programs:  
Studio Art
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Art
Features:  
The Frick Fine Arts Library and the University Art Gallery; Pitt Arts Program; Internship Programs; Study Abroad program (SACI Art School of Florence); A.J. Schneider Studio Arts Awards, The Betty Blockstein Levine Memorial Award for Outstanding Students in the Department of Studio Arts, The Gluck Awards, The CAS Awards, Faculty of Arts and Sciences Dean's Awards, Studio Arts Department Achievement Awards
Noted Alumni:  
Michael Chabon, Pat Croce, Mike Ditka, Tony Dorsett, Keith Haring, John Irving, Delanie Jenkins, Gene Kelly, Dan Marino, John McDowell, Bebe Moore Campbell, Ed Orchester, Barbara Paul, Rob Penny, Gerald Stern,
3333 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3165
(412) 578-6000
www.carlow.edu
Enrollment:  
2200
Faculty:  
11
Programs:  
General Art, Art History, Ceramics, or Painting and Drawing, Art Education, Art Therapy, Graphic Design, Web Design, Photography, Computer Animation
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Art, Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing, Master of Art Education
Features:  
Academic Advising, the Center for Academic Achievement, Center for Career Enrichment, ePortfolio, Study Program; Internship Programs;
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
(412) 268-2000
www.cmu.edu
Enrollment:  
5389
Faculty:  
218
Programs:  
Electronic and Time Based Art (including animation, video, robotic art and other digital and interactive media); Painting, Drawing and Printmaking (with courses ranging from figure drawing to two-dimensional projections in space, artists' books to mixed media); or Sculpture, Installation and Site Work (with special topics courses such as environmental sculpture and sound installation and media such as metals, foundry, clay and wood).
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Humanities and Art (with a focus in art), Bachelor of Science and Arts (with a focus in art), Master of Fine Arts
Features:  
Ellis Gallery, Doherty Hall display cases, Great Hall and the Hewlett Gallery in the College of Fine Arts, the Undergraduate Research Symposium, the Graduate School of Industrial Administration's Posner Hall, the University Center Gallery and the Miller Gallery, Frame Gallery (managed by students); Study Abroad, Internships, Independent Study, Art in Context; Academic Advising; Annually ranks among the country's top national universities; the Fence; Spring Carnival, Buggy Races, Fiesta Day Primavera
Noted Alumni:  
Mel Bochner, Jonathan Borofsky, John Currin, Raymond, Kaskey, Burton Morris, Philip Pearlstein, Andy Warhol, Roger Duffy, John Nash, Steven Bochco, Ted Danson, Josh Groban, Ethan Hawke, Holly Hunter Cherry Jones, Judith Light, Rob Marshall, David Lander, Michael McKean, Ming-Na, George Peppard, Sally Jesse Raphael, Blair Underwood, Patrick Wilson,
Woodland Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
(412) 365-1100
www.chatham.edu
Enrollment:  
1500
Faculty:  
7
Programs:  
Art History, Art Management, Visual Arts (Electronic Media, Photography, Studio Arts- Ceramics, Sculpture, Painting, Drawing, and Print-making)
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Art
Features:  
Student Gallery, Olkes Collection, Chatham College Arboretum, accredited by the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools
Noted Alumni:  
Rachel Carson (biologist, zoologist, environmentalist and author); Elaine Scarry (author)
Additional Information:  
Undergraduate school is exclusively women, while graduate school is co-educational.
420 Boulevard of the Allies
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
(412) 291-6200
www.liberalarts.duq.edu/
Enrollment:  
4864
Faculty:  
44
Programs:  
Advertising, Art of Cooking, Culinary Arts, Culinary Management, Digital Design, Digital Media Production, Entertainment Design, Fashion & Retail Management, Game Art & Design, Graphic Design, Industrial Design, Interactive Media Design, Interior Design, Media Arts & Animation, Photography, Residential Planning, Video Production, Visual Effects and Motion Graphics, Web Design
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Science, Associate of Science
Features:  
The original art institute, now serving as the headquarters for the others; 17 computer labs, equipped with program specific technology; an entirely renovated historic landmark building located at 420 Boulevard of the Allies; Gallery on the Mall, e-Gallery
Noted Alumni:  
Nathan Armstrong, Alanna Jackson & Scott Patrick, Tim Kaulen, Mark Planisek