|Resource Type||Art Degree / Diploma Program|
|Resource Name||Toronto School of Art|
|Art Media||Acrylic paint, Charcoal, Colored pencil, Conte crayon, Enamel paint, Gesso, Glaze, Goache, Graphite pencil, Ink, Latex paint, Magna paint, Marker, Oil paint, Oil pastel, Primer, Sumi, Tempera, Vinyl paint, Watercolour|
|Subject Areas||Animal/Wildlife, Children, Comic, Fantasy, Floral, Historical, Landscape, Maritime, Nudes, Portraits, Religious, Sports, Still Life, Trompe L'Oeil, Western|
|Artistic Styles||Abstract, Abstract Expressionism , Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Baroque, Beaux Arts, Conceptual Art, Cubism, Dadaism, Expressionism, Fauvism, Feminist, Folk Art, Futurism , Impressionism , Mannerism , Medieval , Minimalism , Modern , Photo Realism, Pop Art, Pre-Raphaelite, Primitive , Realism , Religious , Renaissance , Rococo , Romanticism , Surrealism , Symbolism|
|Description||Toronto School of Art (TSA) commits to providing a positive environment for aspiring artists to acquire a visual arts education. Its faculty and programs reflect a balance between traditional skills and contemporary issues, ideas, and practices.
TSA recognizes the creativity of all students and seeks to foster its development. In its programming, TSA aims to reflect the richness and diversity of Toronto’s cultural communities.
TSA is located at 410 Adelaide Street West, Third Floor in the ‘heart of Toronto’ near the intersection of Spadina Avenue and Adelaide Street.
One of Toronto's best kept secrets for over 37 years, TSA has been providing a solid visual arts program combined with advanced levels of artistic training all led by professional artists. Courses range from drawing, painting, sculpture, mixed media, photography and digital media. TSA offers students a unique opportunity for hands-on studio learning and exposure to emerging artistic trends by exploring galleries, artist run centres and cultural centres. Programs are offered throughout the year.
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