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Sally Stuudio
Sally Stuudio is a non-profit organisation situated in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia which comprises of two main units: the art school and the Art Awareness Centre. Sally Stuudio is founded in 1991 – in the same year as Estonia re-gained its independence and is named after a big and friendly dog, great dane Sally (1991 – 2002), who still lives on as the studio’s mascot.
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Read more Telephone: +372 641 8518
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: http://www.kunstikeskus.ee/sally

Children’s Art School of Tartu
Children Art School of Tartu, founded in 1957, is the oldest art school for children in Estonia. The school is financed by municipal government. Approximately 260 pupils study under the guidance of 20 teachers. The school has a library and an art gallery. In the art gallery the exhibitions of pupils of our school and of professional artists take place.
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Read more Telephone: +372 736 1575
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: http://www.lkk.tartu.ee/

Janis Rozentāls Riga Art High-School
The history of Janis Rozentāls Riga Art High-school goes back to 1895 when the Union of Decorative Painters established a School for Decorative Painters.

Janis Rozentāls Riga Art High-School provides education in accordance with the regular high school curriculum augmented by classes in drawing, painting, composition, sculpture, photography, computer design, graphic arts and video.

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Read more Telephone:  +371 760 1783
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: http://www.jrrmv.lv

Vantaa Art School for Children and Young People
Vantaa city constitutes a part of Helsinki metropolis. The school is run under the administration of the city of Vantaa but is also granted by the Ministry of Education. The curriculum is based on the National core curriculum of Basic Education in the Arts.

The students of Vantaa Art School are from 5 to 20 years of age. The school offers an extensive visual art curriculum taught by trained art teachers, artists, designers, architects and other visual arts professionals.

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Read more Telephone: +358 40 589 2869
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: http://www.vantaankuvataidekoulu.fi

Sara Hildén – academy
Sara Hildén – academy was founded 1982 and is owned by Tampere city. The school gives basic education in visual arts for children and young people aged 7 – 19 years. Basic art education in Finland means extracurricular tuition in various forms of arts aimed mainly for children and young people. The legal provision for this kind of education has been made under the Act on Basic Education in the Arts 1988.
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Read more Telephone: +358 3 255 9237
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: http://www.tampere.fi/sarahildenakatemia

Viriato High School
Viriato High School, founded in October of 1985, is one of the 3 public high schools in Viseu, Portugal.

Besides the regular teaching of the 3rd scientific cycle of the basic teaching, courses such as the Humanities, Technological and Professional courses, classes of Alternative Curricular Studies, courses of academic education and training  and courses of education and training of adults are part of the academic/training offer of the school.

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Read more Telephone: +351 232418330
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: http://www.esb3-viriato.edu.pt/

Alves Martins High School
Escola Secundária Alves Martins (ESAM) is a very old school created in 1849, with strong traditions of study and fellowship. In the end of 2009 the school had 1912 students, 174 teachers and 62 functionaries. The school offers courses on lower secondary education (ages 12-15) and upper secondary for students between 16 and 18 years old. In upper secondary the school offers options on sciences, economics, humanities and visual arts.
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Read more Telephone: +351 23241 9820
E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]
Web: http://www.esamviseu.org/

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