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Academy of the Arts of the World

Founded in 2012 by the city of Cologne, the Academy of the Arts of the World is a loose virtual collective of art practitioners – visual artists, musicians, dancers, writers, film-makers, curators – from different backgrounds and continents, as well as a cultural institution and a production platform.

Academy of Visual Arts

The "Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig - Academy of Visual Arts, Leipzig", is one of the oldest art academies in Germany. Its change of names gives evidence to the living history of the school, which was founded in 1764 as the "Zeichnungs-, Mahlerey und Architectur-Akademie". Since 1950 the schools bears its present name "Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig". Today, 600 students are majoring in "Book Arts/Graphic Design", "Painting/Fine Art Graphics", "Photography" and "Media Art". In 2009 the new postgraduate study programme "Cultures of the Curatorial" started. This program is combining application-oriented research practice with academic reflection. It is oriented towards people with different disciplinary and professional backgrounds: in the arts -- visual arts, dance, theatre, film and music -- as well as in cultural mediation, in the humanities, social and natural sciences.

ACC ACT Center

ACT Center is a new transdisciplinary institution that puts Gwangju, South Korea, at the forefront of global art, design, and culture dialogue. Launching with a major festival and exhibition in November 2015, ACT Center will commence a dynamic year-round program of activities that brings together leading Asian and international talents to share, collaborate, and inspire.

Accademia di Belle Arti di Firenze

L’Accademia di Belle Arti di Firenze č un'Istituzione di Alta Formazione Artistica che affonda le radici nella tradizione umanistica e cresce e si sviluppa nella contemporaneitŕ in un ciclo di rinnovamento continuo.

Accademia di Francia a Roma - Villa Medici

The creation of the French Academy in Rome was part of the policy of great work of King Louis XlV at the end of the 17th century. Those works transformed the Louvre, the Tuileries, and Versailles. The Academy was created in 1666 under the leadership of Colbert, Le Brun and Gian Lorenzo Bernini. It welcomed artists who won the First Prize of Rome and several protégés of powerful lords. Young artists pensioned by the king got broadened training, being in touch with Rome and Italy. At the time pensioners followed a regime of strict discipline and devoted their stay to the realisation of copies of Antique or Renaissance art. In 1720 architects joined the sculptors and painters as pensioners.

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