The teachers are really into their work. The love the subjects they teach and thus I feel like I'm really learning a lot about the subjects. Everything is clear and straight to the point, yet very in depth.
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The Art Institute here is good, but the one in Nashville is so much better. The school could use more space, and though it's new, the staff should be more aware and informative for their students (especially the new students). On a scale from one to ten, ten being the best (leaving Art Institute of Nashville at nine), I rate the Art Institute of Missouri a six.» Read More
KCAI is an insightful school. You realize a lot of things about yourself and others. The professors are extremely helpful as long as you take the incentive to ask. They will talk with you about your personal problems, worries, successes, ideas.» Read More
Studio classes are make it or break it; they will redefine your work ethic and build you into a better artist. The people are some of the most friendly, accepting, and interesting individuals you will ever come to know (I've only been here for two months and I've already made lifelong friends). The professors are amazing, not only for their extensive knowledge on subjects not limited to the one's they instruct, but also for their willingness to help pupils develop their interest in art/art history/writing.» Read More
As good a school as can be, it blurs the lines between tradition and nontraditional in the realm of art. It opens doors to a variety of opportunity, and the teaching staff is usually top notch. It's expensive, but for many, it's worth the price.» Read More
A very open minded and attentive school focused on the achievement and success of the students. A full staff with as much desire as experience to guide the future of local artists and the community. This school is one of the best art undergraduate schools in the country.» Read More