Staatliche Hochschule fuer Bildende Kuenste - Staedelschule • Frankfurt, Germany
The Stadelschule, also known as Staatliche Hochschule fur Bildende Kunste is a German school funded by a city, with 3.8 million euros from the city of Frankfurt. It was founded in 1815 in Frankfurt am Main, Hesse Germany by Frankfurt merchant Joahann Friedrich Stadel. A tertiary school of art with 20 students each year from 500 applicants which is 75% are foreigner and courses are taught in English.
The Stadelschuile has facilities that complement the teaching of Fine Art, Architecture and Curatorial Study courses. The library has their collections of a wide range of courses on offer which includes international publications in fine art, sculpture, painting film and photography in addition to monographs by contemporary artist and exhibition catalogues. The school’s faculty offers multifaceted teaching and value education which challenges the students. The school has its teaching staff from distinguished artists, architects and cultural theorist.
For more information about enrolling and admission requirements, please visit their website or study portals on their social media sites.