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Attending Art School in Salt Lake City

As California’s capital and sixth largest city, Sacramento has been attracting a great variety of people since the gold rush of 1848. Though the gold is long gone, the reasons for living, working, and learning in “Sac” remain attractive. For years, local artists have complained that, though the art community is an integral part of the city, there is little opportunity for that to be shared with city residents. In response, the Sacramento Regional Art Initiative was formed in 2002 and has devoted itself to bringing business support for the arts. This commitment is evident in such projects as the ARTS website, which provides listings of artists, galleries, and events, as well as launching a collaborative certificate program with the Los Rios Community College system to educate art leaders in business. Another organization, the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission, focuses on expanding the Art in Public Places program, as well as various outreach, education, and grant programs. In addition to these organizations, yearly events such as the Waterfront Art Festival, the A la Carte & Art Festival, and the recent Art & Wine Festival all offer open venues for local artists to exhibit their work. Furthermore, Gallery Walks have recently formed on the second Saturday of every month, offering tours of galleries in the city’s two art districts, Uptown and Midtown. Uptown galleries include such notable spaces as Doiron Gallery, Artisan, and SOL Gallery; while Midtown offers 20th Street Art Gallery, Exploding Head Gallery, and Artisan Collaborative Gallery. Most notably, however, is the nation’s oldest public art museum, the Crocker Art Museum. The Museum is located on O Street in the downtown section of the city and maintains an extensive permanent collection, as well as ongoing exhibits by local artists. Finally, Sacramento is also a city consistently recognized as a model of social and cultural integration. Given this, people of all backgrounds and perspectives enjoy the open-mindedness of this warm and congenial city. Though the number of schools in which to study art is not as great as other cities, Sacramento State and the popular Los Rios community college system offer excellent programs for those considering school in the area.

201 Presidents Circle
Salt Lake City, UT 84112-9008
(801) 581-7200
www.utah.edu
Enrollment:  
29, 012
Faculty:  
43
Programs:  
Art (Ceramics, Graphic Design, Illustration, Painting/Drawing, Photography/Digital Imaging, Printmaking, Sculpture, Intermedia), Art History, Art Education
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Art, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Art, Master of Fine Arts
Features:  
Utah Museum of Fine Art (Utah's premier visual arts museum with a permanent collection spanning 5,000 years of human creativity features ancient to contemporary art from the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa as well as constantly changing traveling exhibitions; year-round concerts, lectures and creative, educational programming), Alvin Gittins Gallery; Red Butte Garden, Career Services, Tutoring Center; Special Needs accommodations, accredited by the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges; Variety of student groups (Art History Student Association National Art Education Association, Student Chapter, Painters' Association, Potters' Association, Senior Art Association, Student Advisory Committee)
Noted Alumni:  
Edwin Catmull (Co-founder of Pixar), Steven R. Covey, J. Willard Marriott, Wallace Stegner, Keith Van Horn, Terry Tempest Williams, Karl Rove (did not graduate)
1840 S 1300 E
Salt Lake City, UT 84105
(801) 484-7651
www.westminstercollege.edu
Enrollment:  
2,000 (undergraduate), 500 (graduate)
Faculty:  
8
Programs:  
Art, Art Education
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Arts
Features:  
Art classes such as figure painting or drawing are held in one of the two large art studios in historic Converse Hall. The great outdoors becomes a studio for landscape painting. The multimedia lab is also available for computer imaging classes. Photography classes are taught in a state-of-the-art photography lab while pottery classes are held in the new Delores Dore Eccles Ceramics Center." (Art department website); All of the faculty and student art exhibits are held in the Tanner Atrium of the Emma Eccles Jones Conservatory; There are 50 active clubs on campus ranging from the Westminster Players to the Ski and Snowboard Club to the Geek Club; The Information Commons in the Giovale Library serves as a one-stop resource for collaborative learning needs, combining group project and technology needs with a writing center, faculty technology center, and a café; Special Topic classes; Volunteer Center; Campus Concierge Desk
201 Presidents Circle
Salt Lake City, UT 84112-9008
(801) 581-7200
www.utah.edu
Enrollment:  
29, 012
Faculty:  
43
Programs:  
Art (Ceramics, Graphic Design, Illustration, Painting/Drawing, Photography/Digital Imaging, Printmaking, Sculpture, Intermedia), Art History, Art Education
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Art, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Art, Master of Fine Arts
Features:  
Utah Museum of Fine Art (Utah's premier visual arts museum with a permanent collection spanning 5,000 years of human creativity features ancient to contemporary art from the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa as well as constantly changing traveling exhibitions; year-round concerts, lectures and creative, educational programming), Alvin Gittins Gallery; Red Butte Garden, Career Services, Tutoring Center; Special Needs accommodations, accredited by the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges; Variety of student groups (Art History Student Association National Art Education Association, Student Chapter, Painters' Association, Potters' Association, Senior Art Association, Student Advisory Committee)
Noted Alumni:  
Edwin Catmull (Co-founder of Pixar), Steven R. Covey, J. Willard Marriott, Wallace Stegner, Keith Van Horn, Terry Tempest Williams, Karl Rove (did not graduate)