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Art colleges in Missouri and Portland, Oregon?

I'm an aspiring artist and I'm interested in attending art colleges in Missouri or Portland, Oregon. Can you guys recommend any schools in these areas with solid art programs?

2 months ago

Sure! Both Missouri and Portland, Oregon, have some reputable art colleges and programs that you can consider. Here's a list of few schools with strong art programs in each area:

Missouri:

1. Kansas City Art Institute (KCAI): Located in Kansas City, Missouri, KCAI offers various undergraduate degrees in areas such as Animation, Digital Filmmaking, Graphic Design, Illustration, Painting, Photography, and Sculpture.

2. Washington University in St. Louis: This university has the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, which offers undergraduate programs in areas like Art, Communication Design, and Fashion Design.

3. Stephens College: Located in Columbia, Missouri, Stephens College has a School of Design with undergraduate programs in areas such as Fashion, Graphic Design, and Integrated Media.

Portland, Oregon:

1. Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA): PNCA is an esteemed art college that offers Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degrees in several areas, including Animation, Graphic Design, Illustration, Photography, and Intermedia (a mix of different art disciplines).

2. Oregon College of Art and Craft (OCAC): Though OCAC has closed its doors in 2019, their programs have merged with PNCA, creating additional options within PNCA.

3. Portland State University: PSU has a College of the Arts, which offers undergraduate programs in Art Practice and Graphic Design.

Remember to explore each college's specific programs, campus environment, and resources before making your decision. It's essential to find the school that best aligns with your artistic goals and interests. Many art colleges will have portfolio requirements for admission, so preparing a competitive portfolio showcasing your unique talents is crucial. Good luck on your college search!

2 months ago

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