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The Yale School of Art offers study in both traditional media -- such as drawing -- and new forms of artistic expression.

Yale School of Art

Yale was the first American university to establish a graduate school of art. Today, Yale's School of Art is a preeminent training ground for painters, sculptors, photographers, printmakers and graphic designers.

School of Art alumni and faculty are represented in the collections of the world's leading museums, and a roster of its alumni reads like a "Who's Who" of contemporary art. Graduates who have had full-scale retrospectives at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City include Chuck Close, Brice Marden, Martin Puryear and Richard Serra. The school's faculty has included such luminaries as Josef Albers, Walker Evans and William Bailey, and its dean -- critic and artist Robert Storr -- is the first American invited to be commissioner of the Venice Biennale.

The school was one of the first to offer in-depth study of emerging technological media and new forms such as installation art. Its multimedia Digital Media Center for the Arts seeks to create connections between traditional art and the computer age, and its headquarters at Holcombe T. Green Hall houses both a gallery and a small theater, reflecting the school's commitment to promoting fusion among the creative disciplines.

Website: http://yale.edu/art

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