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Walnut Hill School for the Arts

Points of Pride


Where can a Walnut Hill education take you?

Thanks to the exposure to and practice in a variety of mediums, Walnut Hill visual art students develop an impressive portfolio of work with which to apply to continue their artistic studies. Many students also choose to pursue other avenues such as liberal arts studies while continuing their art as a hobby.

Matriculation

Our Visual Artists have matriculated to some of the world’s best colleges and art schools, including:

Academy of Art University — Alfred University — Art Center College of Design — Brown University — California College of Art — California Institute of the Arts — Central St. Martins College of Art and Design (UK) — Chelsea College of Art and Design (UK) — Fashion Institute of Technology — Georgetown University — Hampshire College — Maine College of Art — Maryland Institute College of Art — Northeastern University — Otis College of Art and Design — Parsons The New School for Design — Pratt Institute — Ravensbourne College of Design (UK) — Rhode Island School of Design — Ringling College of Art and Design — San Francisco Art Institute — Savannah College of Art and Design –School of the Art Institute Chicago — School of the Museum of Fine Arts — School of Visual Arts — Skidmore College — Syracuse University — University of Arts London (UK) — Washington University in St. Louis

Notable Alumni

Our visual art students have also achieved some impressive professional accomplishments since their time on the hill, in the art world and beyond. Here is a sampling of some of the exciting things our alumni have gone on to do, for more news from our alumni, visit our Class Notes page.

Christine Waggoner ’95
Jack McCollough ’97
Jake Fried ’02
Jonah Freeman ’93
Kristin Sancken ’05
Luke Rothschild ’89
Maximilian Pelzmann ’92
Meredith Danluck ’94
Shayna Bentkover ’04
Susan Strickler ’69
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