A leader in educating artists and designers for 141 years, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago offers undergraduate and graduate programs to over 2,800 students from around the world. In addition to the time-honored study of painting, sculpture, printmaking, and design, SAIC's studio programs embrace film and new media, electronic and sound arts, and creative writing.
Camberwell College of Art, in the heart of London offering full-time and part-time and online degree and post graduate courses.
Columbus College of Art & Design, founded in 1879, is one of the oldest and largest private art and design colleges in the United States with 1,300 undergraduate and graduate students.
Operates programs that inform the public about art and design colleges, and programs that improve the quality of the member colleges.
Information on arts and education projects, workshops, seminars, publications program, the Archival Project and upcoming activities, for arts education organization based in New York City.
Not-for-profit organization which promotes arts education in New York City public schools. Information on various programs and initiatives.
Lessons, links and information about art education in Arizona.
Leading national authority concerned with art, craft and design for all phases of education in the United Kingdom. Provides news, events, resources, links and research information.
Promotes and supports education by certified art teachers. Conference schedule, publications, galleries, forum, and membership details.
Information for Wisconsin art educators, kindergarten through college. Includes regional and national news, WAEA-specific information, organization programs, activities and resources, and student artwork.
Collaboration between arts, education, business, philanthropic and government organizations that promote educational policies supportive of arts education.
Institutes in music, theatre and visual art offering professional development programs, instructional materials, newsletter, and other resources helpful to arts educators at the elementary and secondary school levels.