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Kansas City, Missouri

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Kansas City Art Institute

Reviewed by W******d from Kansas City on 2020-06-14

Best thing I've ever done with my life so far. It was a great place for learning the critical thinking involved with being a good artist/designer. I attended graduate school at UMKC for a year and it was a joke compared to the intense community at KCAI. Great to have so any other artists around to help with critiques. If you're a person who takes being a designer lightly, like mostly only does it for the money, then go to a cheaper school. But if you truly want to be an artist this school is an amazing experience.

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Kansas City Art Institute

Reviewed by K****** from Rayong Thailand on 2016-04-25

First KCAI is a private school for profit, as a former student 1964, the first thing I learned was if you are going to KCAI to learn to be a better artist you are wasting your time. As a freshmen I was a better artist basic artist (meaning I could pick up a pencil and draw a portrait, landscape or a rendering of a house or car) than any of the teachers I had in my freshmen and sophomore year. If you are looking at making art a profession then save your money and go to a State University, I did and my tuition was 5 time cheaper and I had I got a better education. I have only know a very few many 1% of KCAI alumni's that have even worked full time in the arts after graduating, one of my friends that graduated retired making garage doors in Kansas. If your rich and plan to live the rest of your life on daddy's time KCAI is the school for you.

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