Graduates of DADAH programs are well positioned to pursue whatever path they choose, whether in the arts or in any other field.
Our DADAH graduates have attended graduate schools such as California Institute of the Arts, SUNY–Albany, Kent Institute of Art and Design in Canterbury England, the Savannah College of Art and Design, the University of California–San Diego, Washington University, Johns Hopkins University, Christie's in New York, Indiana University, University of Missouri–Columbia, University of Texas, and Hunter College; they have been accepted into further programs at Virginia Commonwealth University, University of Colorado–Denver, and Boston University, among others.
Our DADAH graduates have found positions as art directors, curators, designers, graphic designers, illustrators, product designers, assistant professors, K–12 teachers, high school art teachers, UX designers in companies to including Ancestry.com, Apple, Arnold Worldwide (Boston), Caesar's Entertainment Corporations (Las Vegas), Checkmark Nestle Purina North America, Columbus Museum of Art (Ohio), Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, Finish Line (Boulder, Colorado), Fleishman Hillard Inc, Hiradelli Chocolate Company (Los Angeles), Hunter College Art Galleries, Momentum, Momentum OKC, Mooslyvania, Norman Arts Council, Phoenix Creative, Shaughnessy, PGAV, St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis Regional Arts Center, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Switch, and the American Lung Association.
They have been granted internships at institutions such as the St. Louis Art Museum curatorial departments, Laumeier Sculpture Department, the National Archives and Records Administration conservation department, White Flag Gallery, and Bruno David Gallery.
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