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Attending Art School in St. Louis

Upon its establishment, founder Pierre Laclede Linguist accurately foretold, “This settlement will become one of the finest cities in America.”  The settlement was St. Louis, known as the “Gateway to the West”, and the prediction was quickly realized as the city became the primary passageway for settlers, traders, and adventure seekers heading out west into the great unknown. Today, the city is still a landmark in and of itself as it serves as both a bustling metropolis and symbol of the American ideal. Whether your idea of a perfect day is enjoying an afternoon at the ballpark with hot dog and beer (the city is home to Anheuser- Busch), enjoying fine Italian cuisine on the Hill, or, most likely, taking advantage of the lively arts community in the city’s Grand Center, St. Louis is an exciting city in which to live and study. Of its many attractions, the most well-known is the St. Louis Gateway Arch at the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, which stands 630 feet tall and most clearly illustrates the city’s pioneer legacy and spirit. Other attractions can be found in the city’s Forest Park section which hosts the St. Louis Art Museum, the St. Louis History Museum, the Jewel Box Greenhouse, the St. Louis Science Center, and even the St. Louis Zoo. Moreover, the aforementioned Grand Center is considered the “cultural soul of the city” and is home to the Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis, the Museum of Contemporary Religious Art, the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, as well as the Bruno David Gallery, Sheldon Art Galleries, Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, and the St. Louis University Museum of Art. Finally, the hands-on, very eclectic City Museum is an extremely popular point of interest for any age as it features everything from large caves, an outdoor playground, vintage opera posters, and architectural relics. Considering that, aside from Washington D.C., St. Louis offers more free attractions than any other city in the country, there are ample opportunities for an art student who typically does not have a lot of money to throw around. As the famous Arch symbolizes a passage into new journeys and discoveries, the city of St. Louis is a wonderful place for art students beginning their own artistic exploration.

6800 Wydown Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63105-3098
(314) 862-3456
www.fontbonne.edu
Enrollment:  
1888
Faculty:  
6
Programs:  
General Art, Fine Art (ceramics, drawing, graphic design, painting or sculpture, or a studio concentration combining two compatible disciplines)
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Arts, Master of Fine Arts
Features:  
Newly renovated Fine Arts Building, which houses the art gallery, theatre and studios; Opportunities include internships, online image galleries, study abroad programs, and academic advising.
13550 Conway Road
St. Louis, MO 63141-7299
(800) 627-9855
www.maryville.edu
Enrollment:  
3200
Faculty:  
8
Programs:  
Art Education, Interior Design, Studio Art (painting; printmaking; mixed media; drawing, and crafts--including ceramics (functional and sculptural), metalsmithing and jewelry), Graphic Design
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts
Features:  
An accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) and the Foundation for Interior Design Education Research (FIDER); The Art & Design Building is one of ten campus buildings renovated since 1998; Resources include the Academic Success Center and the Advising Center; Interior Design program is one of only two in Missouri that are accredited
221 N. Grand Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63103-2097
(314) 977-2222
www.slu.edu
Enrollment:  
11,800 (St. Louis and Madrid campuses); 6,928 (St. Louis only)
Faculty:  
620
Programs:  
Art History, Studio Art (ceramics, painting, drawing, printmaking, photography and computer art)
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts
Features:  
Saint Louis University Museum of Art (provides a variety of intimate galleries, sculpture garden, and a setting befitting the University's extensive art collection); There are several museums on campus including the Museum of Contemporary Religious Art, the Saint Louis University Museum of Art, and Cupples House; Internship programs include positions at the Samuel Cupples House, the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, the St. Louis Art Museum, and the National Gallery in Washington, D.C.; Resources include the Graduate Writing Center, Academic Resources Center,
Noted Alumni:  
Richard Dooling (author), James Gunn (screenwriter/ novelist), Walter J. Ong
8001 Natural Bridge Road
St. Louis, MO 63121-4499
(314) 516-5000
www.umsl.edu
Enrollment:  
16000
Faculty:  
20
Programs:  
Art History, Studio Art (drawing, graphic design, painting, photography, printmaking or general fine arts, and art education taken in combination with one of the concentrations)
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Art, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Arts in Museum Studies
Features:  
Gallery 210, Gallery FAB, Gallery Visio; Of the four campuses in the University of Missouri System, it is the newest; the largest university in St. Louis and the third largest in Missouri; There are nearly 200 students groups, organizations and clubs, including 11 NCAA Division II sports teams; Resources include Academic Advising, Study Abroad and Exchange Programs, Millennium Student Center, and the Visual Resources Center; The department enjoys an excellent working relationship with the Saint Louis Art Museum, Laumeier Sculpture Park, the Contemporary Art; Museum St. Louis and other local arts institutions
Noted Alumni:  
John Dalton (author)
One Brookings Drive
St. Louis, MO 63130
(314) 935-5959
www.wustl.edu
Enrollment:  
6355
Faculty:  
72
Programs:  
Architecture, Urban Design, Digital Imaging & Photography Fashion, Painting, Printmaking/Drawing, Sculpture, Visual Communications
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Master of Fine Arts, Master of Architecture, Master of Urban Design, and a number of dual degrees
Features:  
The Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum; U.S. News and World Report ranked the MFA program 21st in the nation; Spires Intercollegiate Arts & Literary Magazine; The campus was the venue for 3 Presidential debates; Visiting Artists Lectures; Resources include career centers, International House, and Research office, online gallery, Island Press
Noted Alumni:  
Tennessee Williams, Anita Daimant (author), Bernard Fuchs (painter), John Gardner (author), Henry Hampton (filmmaker), A.E. Hotchner (author), Fannie Hurst (writer), Josephine Winslow Johnson (Pulitzer Prize winning author), Edward Shepherd Mead (author), David Merrick (Broadway producer), Oliver Nelson (jazz musician), J.D. Parran (jazz musician), Harold Ramis (actor, writer), Eugene B. Redmond (poet/ critic), Peter Sarsgaard (actor), Lauren Weinstein (cartoonist), Mary Wickes (actor), Olly Wilson (composer); Architects- Charles Eames, Hugh Ferriss, George Hellmuth, George Kassabaum, Gyo Obata; Ken Cooper (Pulitzer Prize winning journalist), Cone Nast, Mike Peters (Pulitzer Prize winning editorial cartoonist), George Herbert Walker (grandfather and great-grandfather of both Bush presidents)
470 E. Lockwood
St. Louis, MO 63119-3194
(314) 968-2660
www.webster.edu
Enrollment:  
3,465 ; 469 (Fine Arts)
Faculty:  
8
Programs:  
Art History and Criticism, Studio Art (Alternative Media, Ceramics, Drawing, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture), Graphic Design, Arts Management and Leadership, Music, Musical Theatre, Theatre, Music Education, Dance, Pre-Directing, General Art
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Arts, Master of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Music, Master of Music
Features:  
The May Gallery; Cecile R. Hunt Gallery; Online Student Art Gallery; Photo Gallery; The Saint Louis Gallery Association is headquartered in the Art Studio Building; The Community Artist Training Institute at Webster University's Downtown campus trains artists and social work professionals to bring the arts to a variety of \"at-risk\" environments as an incentive for social change; Resources include visual art studios, Vienna campus (study abroad program), media center , Emerson library, Slide library, writing center, and academic computing services