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The Art Institutes with 50 campuses
offers programs in the following areas of study:
Communication Arts; Culinary Arts; Design; Fashion; Hospitality & Tourism; Media Arts; Wine & Sommelier;
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The Art Institute of Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA
About:The Art Institute of Philadelphia is a private college conveniently located in downtown Philadelphia.
Founded by artist Philip Trachtman in 1971, the college became The Art Institute of Philadelphia in 1979. The Art Institute of Philadelphia occupies 1622 Chestnut Street, a building originally designed in 1928 as the CBS flagship radio station affiliate. Designated as a historical site by the Philadelphia Historical Commission, the Art Deco building became home to the college in 1982. Today, The Art Institute of Philadelphia has additional academic facilities at 1610 and 1510 Chestnut Street and 2300 Market Street.
Educational programs at The Art Institute of Philadelphia provide balanced, quality education in applied arts technology and techniques, related business practices and general education. From curriculum to equipment, programs are designed to provide students with the skills necessary to pursue their chosen career fields at the entry level.