University of California-Los Angeles – #3 Art Schools in Jerry’s Top 10
#3 University of California-Los Angeles
Jerry’s Artarama has always supported art education and so this year we wanted to show our support of some of the finest in higher art education available in the United States by honoring some of the best schools in our list of the 10 Best Art Schools in the Country.
Counting down to Number 3 in our rankings is the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture.
The School of the Arts and Architecture is professional school that offers a full range of course programs granting degrees in architecture and urban design, art, design media arts, world arts and cultures, and many more fields. The school provides art students with two internationally acclaimed public arts institutions including the Hammer Museum and the Fowler Museum at UCLA, as well as varying contemporary and historical exhibitions cycled throughout the year.
At UCLA over 8000 undergraduate and 4000 graduate students are preparing themselves to move into professional fields of art, art history, cultural studies, architecture and even music. The school has won many awards and provides students and guests with constantly changing and evolving exhibitions from students, graduate students, and professors.
- Professors- Students are treated to classes to learn from 100 distinguished faculty that practice a balance of interactive practice and theory.
- Notable Alumni- Gary Baseman, Slater Bradley, Craig Kauffman and painter Alexandra Nechita
- Local flavor- Los Angeles is a hub of art and media featuring famous museums such as the Hammer Museum, the Gerry Villa and the Museum of Contemporary Art.
- Currently on Display- coming soon Jim Hodges: Give More Than You Take and Robert Heinecken: Object Matter both opening October 3rd at the Hammer.
UCLA Student Art
For More Information on the University of California Los Angeles and the School of the Arts and Architecture, visit arts.ucla.edu