Founded in 1875 by artists and for artists, the Art Students League of New York has been instrumental in shaping America's legacy in the fine arts. Many renowned artists have honed their skills at the League, which is dedicated to sustaining the great tradition of training artists. Today, more than 2,500 students of all ages, backgrounds and skill levels, study at the League each month.
Currently, the League offers more than 130 courses taught by a faculty of approximately 80 artists at its flagship Manhattan location and the Vytlacil campus in Rockland County, where the facilities include a bronze foundry, metal forge, walk-in kiln and welding shop. Throughout the year, students also participate in lectures, seminars and workshops presented by noted figures in the art world. Click here to learn more about the history of the Art Students League.