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Attending Art School in Washington

A visit to the nation’s capital is an experience in living history. For an art student choosing to attend school in D.C., the city itself is an architectural wonder, where stunning edifices seem frozen in time as a bustling, politically driven metropolis commences with the day to day business of running a country. Washington D.C. is the most popular tourist destination as throngs of visitors come to the National Mall each year to view the Washington Monument, the Capitol Building, and possibly tour the White House. Additionally, the Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, the haunting Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and the moving United State Holocaust Memorial Museum are all testaments to those who should never be forgotten. Though the city’s sense of history is a significant part of its identity, the art scene is by no means trapped in the past. A visit to downtown offers most of the city’s largest museums including the National Gallery of Art, the Corcoran Museum of Art, the Phillips Collection, and the Smithsonian Institution, which includes the Hirshhorn, the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, the National Museum of American History, and the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the nation’s largest collection of American art. Dupont Circle, the trendier section of the city, offers as many galleries as it does restaurants and nightspots. Additionally, a trip to Adams Morgan, the ethnically diverse, truly urban D.C. neighborhood, offers numerous outdoor murals and serves as the antithesis of downtown’s formidable structures. For local art students, the city’s countless museums seem almost enough to fulfill one’s education, but the exceptional schools that also call D.C. home certainly provide the proper guidance.

500 17th Street NW
Washington, DC 20006-4804
(202) 639-1800
www.corcoran.edu
Enrollment:  
372
Faculty:  
26
Programs:  
Fine art, photography, photojournalism, graphic design, digital media design, interior design, art education, history of decorative arts
Degrees:  
Associate of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Arts, Master of Fine Arts
Features:  
The only professional college of art and design in Washington, DC; residing within the acclaimed Corcoran Museum of Art, located in the heart of the nation's capital. The Corcoran Museum-College partnership provides incomparable access to world-class collections, curators, exhibitions, distinguished visiting artists and public programs; an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design and the Middle States Commission on Higher Education; Study abroad programs in Venice, London, and Skopelos, Greece; the student publication, MONO: Visiting Artists Program
4400 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20016
(202) 885-1000
www.american.edu
Enrollment:  
2740
Faculty:  
490
Programs:  
Bachelor of Art, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Science, Master of Fine Arts
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Art, Bachelor of Science
Features:  
The state-of-the-art Katzen Arts Center offers facilities for painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, multimedia, and exhibition, including the Watkins Collection; Residents Visiting Artists Program; the University is in close proximity to institutions such as the National Gallery of Art, Hirshhorn Museum, Phillips Collection, and the Smithsonian American Art Museum; The Italy program offers a program of undergraduate and non-degree post-baccalaureate study in Corciano, Italy, during the fall semester; Resources include the Visual Resources Center, Career Center, Writing Center and Tutoring Lab
Noted Alumni:  
Alice Paul, David Gregory, Goldie Hawn, Star Jones, Roy Lee (film director), Mike O'Meara, Willard Scott, "Judge" Judy Sheindlin, Ann Beattie, William Moulton Marston, Florence King, Bruce Sheirer, Alice Sheldon, Ernest Thompson, and countless figures in government
620 Michigan Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20064
(202) 319-5000
www.cua.edu
Enrollment:  
6100
Faculty:  
11
Programs:  
Art History, Digital Arts, Studio Art, The Double Major, Art and Secondary Education, Subconcentration in Studio Art and Art History
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Art
Features:  
Exhibitions featured in the Salve Regina Gallery; Students have completed internships at the National Gallery of Art, The Corcoran, The Hirshhorn, The Phillips Collection, The National Portrait Gallery, The National Archives, as well as the Robert Brown Gallery, the Anton Gallery, and Pyramid Atlantic; Resources include Career Services, Work Studies, Internships, etc.
Noted Alumni:  
John Carroll Lynch, Ed McMahon, Harolyn M. Blackwell, Walter Bobbie, Philip Bosco, Fabiano Bravo, Gerome Ragni, Frances Sternhagen, Paula Vogel, Laurence Luckinbill, Chris Sarandon, Susan Sarandon, John Voight, Stephen Lynch, Martin Puryear, John Vachon
2121 Eye Street NW
Washington, DC 20052
(202) 994-1000
www.gwu.edu
Enrollment:  
9953
Faculty:  
47
Programs:  
Art History, Interior Design, Studio Art (Drawing/Painting, Photography, and Sculpture/Ceramics, New Media), Art Therapy
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Arts. Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Arts, Master of Fine Arts
Features:  
Smith Hall of Art features classrooms, studios, and labs; The Dimock Gallery provides for hands-on experience in curating and presenting student and faculty creative endeavors. The Luther W. Brady Art Gallery features six to eight exhibitions each year and includes University-related shows and Permanent Collection exhibitions, as well as shows of historical and contemporary significance, often with a focus on the Washington area. The gallery also administers the University's Permanent Collection; Visiting Artists Program (Past visiting artists have included David Leach, John Leach, Larry Rivers, Bruno Lucchesi, Audrey Flack, and Helen Frankenthaler)
Noted Alumni:  
Alec Baldwin, Kerry Washington, Scott Wolf, J. Edgar Hoover, W. Mark Felt, Kenneth Starr, Brian Williams, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Margaret Truman Daniel, Lynda Bird Johnson, D. Jeffrey Carter, L. Ron Hubbard, Frank Robinson, and countless government, military, and legal figures
37th and O Street NW
Washington, DC 20057
(202) 687-0100
www.georgetown.edu
Enrollment:  
6282
Faculty:  
9
Programs:  
Art History, Studio Art (Drawing/Printmaking, Painting, Sculpture and Digital Art/Photography); MA in Art and Museum Studies
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Art
Features:  
Georgetown University Art Galleries include the Lucille M. Spagnuolo Gallery, Gallery101, College Dean's Gallery, Napolitano Exhibition Site in the Gerlardin New Media Center of Lauinger Library, Entry Way Gallery in the Leo J. O'Donovan, S.J. Hall, Napolitano Virtual Art Gallery Project, Plasma Displays in Walsh Lobby, Sellinger Lounge in Leavey Center and the Gerlardin Center in Lauinger Library; Georgetown University is the nation's oldest Catholic and Jesuit university and one of the most recognized and selective schools in the country
Noted Alumni:  
His Majesty King Abdullah II ibn al-Hussein (King of Jordan), Bill Clinton, Pat Buchanan, Antonin Scalia, Patricia Russo, Pearl Bailey, John Barrymore, Jason Bellini, Mike Birbiglia, William Peter Blatty, Bob Colacello, Bradley Cooper, William Corcoran, Margaret Edison, John Guare, Malcolm Lee, Mitchell Hurwitz, Conde Nast, Jonathan Nolan, Miles O'Brien, Nora O'Donnell, Carl Reiner, Maria Shriver, David Schickler, Kate Snow, Jenny Toomey, Greta Van Susteren, Patrick Ewing, Allen Iverson, Alonzo Mourning, Lyndon Johnson (briefly attended), Donald Rumsfield (briefly attended)
2400 Sixth Street NW
Washington, DC 20059-0001
(202) 806-6100
www.howard.edu
Enrollment:  
7, 063
Faculty:  
16
Programs:  
Art History, Art Management, Fashion Merchandising, Interior Design, Painting, Design, Printmaking, Photography, Ceramics, Sculpture, Electronic Studio, and Experimental Studio, Minor in Visual Information Design Arts
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Arts, Master of Fine Arts
Features:  
An accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design; The Howard University Gallery of Art is hosting the largest alumni art exhibition in the University's history. Entitled \"A Proud Continuum: Eight Decades of Art at Howard University,\" the exhibit features the work of 122 recognized and respected artists. The late Lois Mailou Jones, David Driskell, Elizabeth Catlett and Lou Stovall are among those being spotlighted.
Noted Alumni:  
Sonia Sanchez, Debbie Allen, Anthony Anderson, Amiri Baraka, Sean Combs, Ossie Davis, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Lillian Evanti, Roberta Flack, rich Harrison, Donny Hathaway, Zora Neale Hurston, Toni Morrison, Solomon Mutswairo, Jessye Norman, Phylicia Rashad, Marlon Wayans, Isaiah Washington, Tracie Thomas, Vickey Mabrey, Fredericka Whitfield, A.J. Calloway, Lynne Whitfield, Lala Vasquez, Kwame Ture,