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Founded in 1946 as the Burnley School for Professional Art, The Art Institute of Seattle has a proud history as a part of the Seattle community and as a contributor to the creative industries in the Northwest.
In 1982, the Burnley School joined The Art Institutes system of schools and became The Art Institute of Seattle. In 1985, the school moved to its present location on Seattle's waterfront.
Many students choose to live in school-sponsored housing, located just five blocks from campus. The fully-furnished housing includes utilities, laundry, wifi, and student lounges. There are also onsite activities for students.
The Art Institute of Seattle provides hands-on learning for students, preparing them for creative careers. Industry-related equipment and software for our design, fashion, culinary, and media arts programs includes:
Student clubs and organizations include: