ART SCHOOLS


 
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Académie Charpentier et la grande chaumière
14 Rue de la Grande Chaumière, 75006 Paris, France/ 331.4326.1372/ www.grande-chaumiere.fr

In the spirit of creative freedom, remained intact, as is the memory of painters who have marked the history of painting - Gauguin, Modigliani, Morher, Andre Lhote staying in the house next to the workshop they attended. At the very beginning, when the Academy had its premises Wharf Goldsmiths, Delacroix, Manet, Cezanne and Picasso participated in its creation. And closer to us, as artists came Garaste make the sketch of their works in these places at the very beginning were small wooden buildings surrounded by gardens - today almost unchanged. The Academie de la Grande Chaumiere is the only institution at the beginning of the century has paved the way for Independent Art, letting exprimerlibrement all forms or techniques, freeing its visitors and artists of academic trends but artistically-binding also intellectually. It was somehow a place of resistance and pure creation.

 

 
 

Académie Julian, Paris
31 Rue du Dragon, 75006 Paris, France/ 3314.2225.507/ www.facebook.com/pages/Acad%C3%A9mie-Julian/11193060215644

The Académie Julian was a private art school for painting and sculpture founded in Paris, France, in 1867 by French painter and teacher Rodolphe Julian (1839–1907) that was active from 1868 through 1968. It remained famous for the number and quality of artists who attended during the great period of effervescence in the arts in the early twentieth century. After 1968 it integrated with.

 

 
 
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Bellecour École
3 Place Bellecour, 69002 Lyon, France/ 3347.892.9283/ www.bellecour.fr

Bellecour Ecole is a college of art specializing in applied arts / design: graphics - multimedia - space - product - fashion and creative industries: animation 3d - FX - video game - concept art. Bellecour Ecole offers courses in Bac + 3 and Bac + 5 (artistic director, 3D director).

 
 

BLOO, école de photographie et d' image contemporaine
13 rue Perrod, 69004, Lyon/ 984.085.590/ www.blooecole.com

BLOO - School of photography and contemporary image - today counts among the important schools in France. The school of photography Bloo, founded in 2009, trains in photography and photography by approaching photographic technique in the first year, then artistic development and professionalisation in the second year. The first two-year course (180 ECTS credits) is awarded a European Bachelor's degree in Photography accredited by EABHES. The second cycle, in 1 1/2 years (120 ECTS credits) after obtaining the Bachelor's degree or equivalent, is sanctioned by A Master in Photography accredited by EABHES. The specificity of the school of photography Bloo lies in the complementarity between the teaching of techniques and different professions of photography and in the personalized follow-up that develops individual creativity.

 
 
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École Brassart, Tours, Nantes, Caen
8 Rue Professeur Joseph Rousselot, 14000 Caen, France/ 3323.1530.082/ www.brassart.fr

Brassart, founded in Tours in 1949 by Réné Brassart, is recognized worldwide in communication and applied arts. Tours is the historical home of the group where generations of students, accompanied by experienced professionals, have discovered the graphic arts fields. The campuses in Nantes and Caen were created in 1985 and 2006, respectively. Our three-school network is united in its projects and exchanges continuously on subjects pertaining to the schools.

 
 

École Émile Cohl
1 Rue Felix Rollet, 69003 Lyon, France/ 3347.212.0101/ www.cohl.fr

The Emile Cohl School in Lyon is a committed art school. Its founding in 1984 is, in itself, an activist act in the struggle against the gradual disappearance of visualizing the world through art. Although the new media (from photography to the Internet) has contributed to the decline of drawing, they offer innovative formats for expression today. Little by little, this has restored prestige to drawing.

 

 
 
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École intuit.lab, Aix-en-Provence
17 Rue Lieutaud, 13100 Aix-en-Provence, France/ 3344.227.4315/ ecole-intuit-lab.co.in/campus/aix-en-provence

École intuit.lab is a French design and visual communication school cofounded in 2001 by Patrick Felices along with Clement Derock and Frederic Lalande. In 2006, following the success of the initial venture, a second school was opened in Aix-en-Provence, the land where famous artists such as Picasso, Van Gogh and Cézanne lived. In 2008 the Paris school moved to an entirely new building that is located close to the Eiffel Tower. In 2010, the institute opened its first international branch in Mumbai[3] - one of the fastest growing cities in Asia. Taking forward the idea and practice of 'business application in design education', école intuit.lab tied up with Ravi Deshpande - one of India’s most respected advertising leaders.

 
 

École intuit.lab, Paris
90, Rue de Javel 75015 Paris/ 0143.570.775/ ecole-intuit-lab.co.in/campus/paris

Ecole intuit.lab is a design and visual communication French school cofounded in 2001 by Patrick Felices along with Clement Derock and Frederic Lalande in Paris. In 2006, following the success of of the initial venture in Paris, the second school was opened in Aix-en Provence, the land where famous artists such as Picasso, Van Gogh and Cézanne lived.

 
 

École Nationale Supérieure d'Art de Dijon
3 Rue Michelet, 21000 Dijon, France/ 333.8030.2127/ www.ensa-dijon.fr

The National School of Art of Dijon is the oldest of the seven national schools in the region. Created in 1765 by the painter François Devosge, it has developed its local presence and its national and international influence.

 
 
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ENSA Limoges, école nationale supérieure d'art
Campus de Vanteaux, 19, avenue Martin Luther King, Limoges, France/ 335.5543.1400/ ensa-limoges.fr

Ensa Limoges is one of the seven national superior schools of art placed under the direct supervision of the Ministry of Culture and Communication and under the supervision of Higher Education. Beyond its historical anchorage in the region and its privileged link to porcelain, the school is equipped with state-of-the-art technological equipment, a multidisciplinary teaching team and is part of the art network Particularly active in Limousin. Involved in the European reform of higher education, Ensa delivers two diplomas: the DNAP (bac + 3) and the DNSEP (bac + 5), having a master's degree. The 195 students receive an optional Art and option design. In each option, the student may choose to validate a ceramic designation.

 
 

École Nationale Supérieure d'Art et des Métiers d'Art-ensaama
63 rue Oli­vier de Serres, 75015 Paris, France/ 331.5368.1690/ www.ensaama.net

Ensaama was founded in 1941 at the Hôtel Salé, and the École des Arts Appliqués d 'Industrie, founded in 1922, is home to two renowned schools. It has succeeded in imposing its requirements and its sectors by training creators able to intervene in the multiple fields of design and crafts: graphic design and digital techniques, product design, space design, communication Brands, textile innovation, ceramic art, synthetic materials, stained glass, metal, lacquer, fresco / mosaic.

 
 

ENSAPC, École nationale supérieure d'arts de Paris-Cergy
2 Rue des Italiens, 95800 Cergy, France/ 331.3030.5444/ www.ensapc.fr

Founded in Cergy-Pontoise in France in the 1970s, marked by the pioneering spirit of the University of Vincennes and the new towns, and destined to restore the teaching of art, the École Nationale Supérieure d'Arts de Paris-Cergy has been inventing, experimenting, innovating for 40 years to be today a school at the forefront, producing artists and internationally renowned talents. It is at the heart of a city-campus characterized by the dynamism of its institutions of higher education grouped within the community of universities and institutions (COMUE) University Paris Seine.

 
 

École nationale supérieure des arts décoratifs, EnsAD
31 Rue d'Ulm, 75005 Paris, France/ 331.4234.9700/ www.ensad.fr

The École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs (also known as Arts Decos’, Ecole des Arts Decoratifs, E.N.S.A.D.) is a public university of art and design and is one of the most prestigious French grandes écoles. The school is located in the Rue d'Ulm in Paris. The École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs played a major role in the development of the Art Deco design movement in the 1920s and in the creation of new design concepts. The School has an international reputation for its teaching in the fields of animation, photography, scenography, industrial design, communication design, interactive design, video, interior design, fashion, textile and engraving.

 

 
 

École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts (ENSB-A)

14 Rue Bonaparte, 75006 Paris, France/ 331.4703.5000/ www.beauxartsparis.com

The École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts is a vast architectural complex, opposite the Louvre Museum, in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, between the quai Malaquais and rue Bonaparte. Public establishment with an administrative nature, under the Ministry of Culture and Communication, the ENSBA's primary mission is the education of students intending to artistic high level creation. Heir to the Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture founded in the XVIIe century by Louis XIV, it remains a top meeting place for the creation, heritage and history, and plays an essential role in the artistic and cultural scene.

 
 

École Professionnelle Supérieure d'Arts graphiques et d'Architecture, EPSAA

1 Place Pierre Gosnard, 94200 Ivry-sur-Seine, France/ 331.5620.2470/ epsaa.fr

The teaching of EPSAA in the graphic arts section is characterized by a classical training "Beaux Arts" and a gradual professional situation in the various professions of graphic arts: graphic design, visual communication, press publishing, design of branding , packaging, advertising, multimedia ... Connected to the world of work thanks to its team of professional teachers, EPSAA adapts and constantly adjusts its teaching to the constraints of the evolution of the communication professions.

 
 

École Superieure d'Art d'Aix-en-Provence

1 Rue Emile Tavan, 13100 Aix-en-Provence, France/ 334.4291.8870/ www.ecole-art-aix.fr

The Aix-en-Provence art college is a public institution of cultural cooperation that trains artists and professionals in the field of creation.The school delivers two diplomas: the DNAP (BAC + 3) and the DNSEP (BAC + 5 recognized to the rank of MASTER). In addition, the mention "Art Temps Réel", which qualifies the DNSEP, qualifies a specific course through the techno-digital workshops of the school.

 
 
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ESAD, École Supérieure d'Art et de Design de Valenciennes

132 Avenue du Fbg de Cambrai, 59300 Valenciennes, France/ 333.2724.8012/ www.esad-valenciennes.fr

The Valenciennes School of Art and Design is part of the network of schools of art under tutelage of the Ministry of Culture and Communication, spread over the whole of France. With the Ecole Supérieure d'Art de Cambrai, the Dunkirk-Tourcoing School of Art, Le Fresnoy, the national studio of contemporary arts in Tourcoing, it complements the network of art schools in the North, providing initial training in The field of visual arts and design.

 
 
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École Estienne

18 Boulevard Auguste Blanqui, 75013 Paris, France/ 3315.5434.747/ www.ecole-estienne.paris

Located near the Butte aux Quilles on the boulevard Auguste-Blanqui, in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, the school offers its students a quality environment and a teaching of excellence. Since its first promotion, released in 1889, Ecole Estienne has seen famous artists such as the illustrator Lucien Fontanarosa, photographer Robert Doisneau, designers Cabu and Siné, and the typographer Albert Boton. Estienne School is now more than one hundred and twenty years old and continues to combine tradition and innovation throughout the graphic chain. Originally dedicated to printing, École Estienne has become the school of communication design and the book arts.

 
 
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École Supérieure d'Art de Metz, ESAM

1 Rue de la Citadelle, 57000 Metz, France/ 333.8739.6130/ www.esalorraine.fr

L'ÉSAL - an open school within a unique network of cultural and artistic facilities. The École Supérieure d'Art de Lorraine is placed under the tutelage of the Ministry of Culture and Communication. It is an integral part of an ethics of public service. On the Messin site, it provides higher education for artistic purposes, registered in the European LMD (Bachelor's, Master's, Doctorate) and prepares for national diplomas over 3 years (DNAP) and 5 Years (DNSEP). The regional project that links the Higher Schools of Art of Metz and Epinal within the same EPCC since January 1, 2011 allows to develop complementarities and extended educational offer. The outlets are diverse and constantly evolving: liberal artistic practice, posts in the cultural and educational sectors and cultural mediation, communication, audiovisual production, multimedia and digital creation, scenography and the creation of 'events.

 
 

École supérieure des arts appliqués, École Duperré Paris

11 Rue Dupetit-Thouars, 75003 Paris, France/ 3314.2785.909/ duperre.org

The Duperré School of Applied Arts is a public college of art and design. The school is located in the Rue Dupetit-Thouars, in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris, near the Carreau du Temple, in the heart of Le Marais. Duperré School trains students for creative careers in fashion and textiles, but also in environmental and graphic design. In addition it has training programmes for designer-makers in textiles (embroidery, weaving and tapestry) and ceramics.

 
 

École Boulle, Design et Métiers d'Arts

21 Rue Pierre Bourdan, 75012 Paris, France/ 331.4467.6967/ www.ecole-boulle.org

Boulle School was founded in 1886 and is still one of the biggest schools of art and design in Europe, preparing generations of students to master the gestures and the know-how that make the quality and the genius of Crafts of wood, metal and textile. But Boulle has also, over the years, been able to modernize, open up to the world, to the economy, to industry and has developed very powerful training courses in product design, space design, communication design.

 
 
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Centre national des arts plastiques, CNAP

Tour Atlantique, 1 place de la Pyramide, 92911 Paris, France/ 331.4693.9950/ www.cnap.fr

The National Arts Center (Cnap) has been supporting contemporary art since 1791. The Cnap contributes to the vitality of the French artistic scene in the field of visual arts. It ensures the management of the national contemporary heritage, ensures its public presentation, and encourages and supports creation in its various forms of expression (painting, performance, sculpture, photography, installations, video, multimedia, graphic arts, crafts , Design, graphic design). Cnap supports artists and professionals, contributes to the development of their activities, and develops information and public awareness campaigns.

 
 
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École Superieure des Beaux-Arts de Toulouse, Toulouse

5 Quai de la Daurade, 31000 Toulouse, France/ 335.3147.1211/ www.isdat.fr

Through the implementation since 2011 of courses associating the fine arts and performing arts departments, the isdaT offers students a specific multi-disciplinary skill in the field of contemporary creation. Since 2011, the isdaT has been the only institution in France that offers a tertiary-level education in art, design, graphic design, music and dance. This structure enables exchanges between musicians, artists and dancers to feed into its courses and allows the school to diversify its windows onto current artistic issues and realities. The fine arts department of the isdaT is the only school within the greater southwest territory to provide courses covering all three options: art, design and graphic design. Similarly, the performing arts department is the only national tertiary complex to offer all three options of jazz, classical and contemporary dance for the Diplôme d’État Danse, as well as all the instruments and options for its musical diplomas, at both undergraduate level and as ongoing professional training courses.

 
 

Écoles de Condé

331.5386.0022/ www.ecoles-conde.com

L'École de Condé is a private higher education institution founded in 1989 and specialized in training in design, graphic arts, photography and heritage. The school has five campuses in France (Paris, Lyon, Nancy, Nice, Bordeaux) and one campus in Italy (Turin). The alumni network has more than 10,000 students.

 
 
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ESAG Penninghen

31 Rue du Dragon, 75006 Paris, France/ 331.4222.5507/ www.penninghen.com

A private higher education institution registered with the Paris Rectorate and registered with the Ministry of National Education and Research. The School delivers 2 diplomas of Master's degree: a diploma of artistic director in graphic art and digital design, and a diploma of interior designer - designer.

 
 

L'Idem - L'école des métiers créatifs

31 Rue Châteaubriand, 66270 Le Soler, France/ 334.6892.5384/ www.lidem.eu

LDEM is a college of higher education and a vocational training center in the fields of animation, audiovisual, live entertainment, computer graphics, web marketing, web development, Webdesign and Community Management ... Present on the department for 19 years, the IDEM quickly took a place in the world of education and vocational training thanks to its capacity to adapt to the labor market, to its network of companies Partners, its pedagogical concepts and the experience of its trainers. The Idem is an international school open on 2 campuses: Perpignan and Barcelona.

 
 

Gobelins (école), Gobelins, l'école de l'image, Paris

73 Boulevard Saint-Marcel, 75013 Paris, France/ 331.4079.9279/ www.gobelins-school.com

Gobelins L'École de L'Image or Gobelins, the school of visual communication is a Parisian school of the visual arts, with its main location near the Latin Quarter. It has an international reputation, producing numerous talented individuals and teams hired by the world's leading animation studios, including Disney, Universal, Hanna Barbera, Pixar, DreamWorks and Warner Bros. Over the years, Gobelins has introduced major innovations in multimedia content, developing products for the web, CD ROM, Interactive DVD, and public installations. The video department, created by Daniel Boullay and Guy Chevalier for the training of adult students, has since 1985 been prominent in the French technical audio-visual landscape. Led by Daniel Desmoulins, the video department allows professionals to create or analyze techniques, keeping current with the rapid evolution of industry technologies. Gobelins also offers instruction in photography and graphic design.

 
 

LISAA, School of Art & Design

13 rue Vauquelin, Paris, France/ 331.4707.1707/ www.lisaa.com

Established in 1986, LISAA is today one of the biggest design schools in France. The school provides students with the possibility to express their design talents in the fields of fashion, interior architecture, design, graphic design, video games or animation. LISAA is one of the few private further education institutes to be recognized by the French Ministry of Culture and Communication.

 
 

Villa Arson - Ecole nationale supérieure d'art, Nice

20 Avenue Stephen Liegeard, 06100 Nice, France/ 334.9207.7373/ www.villa-arson.org

As a national art school and art center, media center and artists' residence, the Villa Arson is one of the projects carried out by André Malraux in the 1960s to enhance the most current creation. For 40 years it has played a leading role on the contemporary art scene. The Villa Arson is also a place of history and heritage: a remarkable architecture of the 20th century, surrounded by gardens and terraces, offers a true viewpoint over the city. This singular place is to be discovered, while lending itself to artistic experiments by visiting the exhibitions.

 
 

Academy of Fine Arts Karlsruhe

Reinhold-Frank-Straße 67, 76133 Karlsruhe, Germany/ 4972.1926.5205/ www.kunstakademie-karlsruhe.de

The State Academy of Fine Arts Karlsruhe, situated in Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg, is one of the smaller art schools in Germany with an average of 300 students. It was founded in 1854 by Frederick I, Grand Duke of Baden. The first director was the painter of landscapes Johann Wilhelm Schirmer. Today the artist Ernst Caramelle leads it. Although the Academy of Fine Arts Karlsruhe is the smallest one in Germany, it is known as one of the most significant, consistently highly rated, because it maintains a faculty with high international reputation.

 
 

Academy of Fine Arts, Nuremberg

Bingstraße 60, 90480 Nürnberg, Germany/ 4991.194.040/ www.adbk-nuernberg.de

The Academy of Fine Arts Nuremberg (Akademie der Bildenden Künste Nürnberg) was founded in 1662 by Jacob von Sandrart and is the oldest art academy in German-speaking Central Europe. The art academy is situated in Nuremberg. Classes include studies in fine arts, sculpture, visual arts, painting, artistic concepts, art education, gold- and silversmithing, as well as graphic design. There are master courses in Architecture and Urban Studies, and Art and Public Space.