Home to some of the world’s leading visual and performing arts institutions, Grand Avenue is the fitting location for a flagship arts high school to educate tomorrow’s artists. Adding to Grand Avenue’s corridor of iconic architecture, the High School for the Visual and Performing Arts was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Wolf Prix, the winner of an architectural competition supported by Eli Broad. A striking presence in the downtown landscape, the school serves students from the surrounding neighborhood and citywide who are aspiring to be the next generation of visual and performing artists.

2008

year opened

Wolf Prix

architect

1,600+

number of students

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