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Attending Art School in Rochester

When people think of New York, New York City readily comes to mind as it consumes so much of the Empire State’s identity. However, New Yorkers know that a hop on the Hudson River Line will quickly transport you to a world of natural beauty and splendor, and the farther you travel up into and through Upstate New York, the more you realize how much more there is to see and do. The Catskills, the Adirondacks, the Finger Lakes, and all the warm, quaint towns and villages peppered throughout Upstate New York are what make this state truly wonderful. Among the many northern destinations, the city of Rochester, which straddles the beautiful Genesee River and faces Lake Ontario, is the state’s third largest city and a reasonable choice for a student pursuing a study in the arts. Whether you refer to it as the “Flour City” (it had once been the largest city for flour producing) or the “Flower City” (its annual Lilac festival draws over 100,000 visitors), the city of Rochester has been historically considered the “World Capital of Imaging” as its most famous citizen, George Eastman, brought the camera to the common man and the company of Kodak to Rochester. His work, as well as his philanthropy, has forever shaped the city’s history, economy, and character. Moreover, the greatest recipient of his contributions is the University of Rochester, which is also the city’s largest employer and home to the famous Eastman School of Music and the Memorial Art Gallery. The Memorial is one of the city’s most popular art attractions, host to the annual Clothesline Art Festival, and an important resource for art students enrolled at the school. Other great resources include the Genesee Center for the Arts & Education, the Rochester Contemporary, and Artisan Works, a 40,000 sq ft. complex with a rooftop garden and internal street of shops and studios. Additionally, Art Walk, an outdoor museum on University Ave, sponsors events such as Muse-A-Thon and the annual Art Auction, and runs from the Memorial to another point of interest, the George Eastman House. Also, thanks to grassroots social networking organization concerned with revitalizing the city’s sense of community, many of the aforementioned venues may be enjoyed on one of the monthly “City Walks” sponsored by the group. Ultimately, a student choosing to attend school in  Rochester will find a unique urban experience where the people are down to earth, the offerings and attractions are numerous, and the surrounding lakes and mountains are truly majestic.

300 Wilson Boulevard
Rochester, NY 14627-0251
(585) 275-2121
www.rochester.edu
Enrollment:  
4449
Faculty:  
12
Programs:  
Art History; Studio Arts
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Art, Master of Art, Ph.D program
Features:  
One of 60 elected members of the prestigious Association of American Universities; Memorial Art Gallery and the Hartnett Art Gallery; Sage Art Center; Art New York Residential Program; University of Rochester Arboretum; Career Center; Special Needs Accommodations; Internships; There are opportunities to work in European institutions, such as the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Museum of London, and internships can be arranged in Paris, Brussels, Bonn, and Madrid; Independent Study;
Noted Alumni:  
George Abbott, Renee Fleming, Robert Forster, Jeremy Glick (a passenger on United Flight 93 and a hero in the September 11 attacks), Galway Kinnell, Lawrence Kudlow, Debra Jo Rupp
4245 East Avenue
Rochester, NY 14618
(585) 389-2525
www.naz.edu
Enrollment:  
1905
Faculty:  
11
Programs:  
Studio Art, Art History, Art Education, Art Therapy
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Art, Master of Science in Art Therapy
Features:  
The Arts Center, Virtual Art Galleries; Graduate Learning Center; Career Services; Over 90% of its students participate in some form of community service during their college careers
Noted Alumni:  
Michael Park (actor), Jeff Van Gundy (basketball coach)
2301 Westside Drive
Rochester, NY 14624
(716) 594-6000
www.roberts.edu
Enrollment:  
1376
Faculty:  
11
Programs:  
Visual Art Education, Studio Art, Graphic Design, Time-Based Media
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Art, Bachelor of Science
Features:  
Davison Gallery; an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design; great potential for art scholarships; Cultural Life Center; Learning Center; Study Abroad program