of Art and Design, Washington DC
Founded in 1878, the Corcoran College of Art and Design offers 4 years
Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in the majors of fine
art (drawing, painting, digital media, ceramics, printmaking and sculpture);
photography; interior design and photojournalism.
The college also offers Bachelor of Arts in contemporary
art, museum culture, theory and studio practice as well as writing
in the arts. The college was founded a few years after the Corcoran Gallery
of Art, to which is it associated. The gallery houses 17,000 and is considered
one of the best American collections of art
in the world.
Annual Tuition Fee: $28,980.
Address: Corcoran College of Art + Design,
500 Seventeenth Street NW, Washington, DC 20006
University, Visual and Performing Arts and Film Studies
Established in 1789 Georgetown University educates nearly 16,000 students
a year. In both visual and performing arts, Georgetown's focus is on development
of the imagination through the liberal arts. Courses are offered in various
types of art including painting,
drawing, sculpture, photography and digital
art. Art history and museum studies are popular and students take advantage
of the many prestigious museums in the area. Bachelor of Arts (BA) possible
are: Art History, Fine Art, American Musical Culture, Theatre and Performance
Studies. A Master of Arts (MA) is offered in Art and Museum Studies. Galleries
on site at Georgetown campus include: Lucille M. and Richard F.X. Spagnuolo
Gallery; and 3 galleries which offer student exhibition space: Georgetown
College Deans Art Gallery; Thomas and Barbara Napolitano Exhibition
Site and Thomas and Barbara Napolitano Virtual Art Gallery Project.
Annual Tuition Fee: $39,768.
Address: Georgetown University,
4400 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest, Washington D.C
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