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Today’s workforce hungers for creative problem solvers—people who can catapult fresh ideas ahead of the competition.
Whether your goal is to be a visual artist, become a museum curator, or pursue a broad-based education that will prepare you for a wide range of careers, the Hartford Art School will cultivate your creativity.
The Hartford Art School provides the foundation for you to succeed no matter where your passion leads.
Ready to make it official? Reserve your place in our incoming class and secure your financial aid package by completing your enrollment deposit online today!
HAS now offers virtual portfolio reviews by appointment. Learn more about portfolio requirements and submit your portfolio online.
From ceramics to sculpture, from photography to painting, our studio-based instruction provides HAS students the opportunity to display their work and build their portfolios.View More Artwork
The ability to think creatively, see things differently, and develop innovative solutions are workplace skills that are in high demand, regardless of industry or discipline.
See how HAS creates career-ready graduates with programs such as the Professional Practices course.
As a digital product designer with Big Human in NYC, Jessie works on a lot of different projects each day. Whether it's helping a startup produce a unique brand identity, or creating a design system for a large financial company, Jesse loves the variety of different skill sets that she gets to explore in her position.
"The visual communication design program at HAS prepares you for a creative career in every aspect. From the first assignment you receive, you’re expected to maintain certain levels of originality, artistry and craft. The standard to which we are held in the department is what ensures we will be successful after school."DISCOVER VCD
"Because of UHart, I’ve grown as an artist, become active in social causes, and learned to be a leader. Those things—and this place—have shaped who I am."
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Adjunct professor of photography John Reuter showed his work at the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA. His pieces have been described as “surrealistic paintings” that challenge conventional notions of photography.LEARN ABOUT JOHN REUTER
Art historian Amanda Carlson teaches art history from a global perspective, with a focus on the art of Africa. She has taken students to Nigeria and Ghana, and has published extensively on contemporary art, photography, indigenous writing systems, masquerades, and women’s ritual performances.LEARN ABOUT AMANDA CARLSON