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Business Listing   A Plus Karate & Kickboxing - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 983-4402

Business Listing   Academy of Koei-Kan Karate DO - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 894-8244

Business Listing   Academy of Martial Arts - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 964-9666

Business Listing   Acting School of South Florida - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 921-2622

Business Listing   Acting Studio - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 929-4553

Business Listing   Aikido Of South Florida - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 929-2656

Business Listing   American Top Team - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 894-9390

Business Listing   Andy Horne's Martial Arts Academy - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 963-0404

Business Listing   Arts Academy of Hollywood - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 923-1950

Business Listing   Atemi Ryu Ju-Jitsu - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 967-8272

Business Listing   Chungs Martial Arts Academy - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 965-0502

Business Listing   El Taller Art Studio - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 252-8300

Business Listing   Frank Monaco Studio - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 923-7915

Business Listing   House Of Glass - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (754) 423-0559

Business Listing   Nina's Discount Art Supplies - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 964-1787

Business Listing   Nitro Fitness - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 499-0058

Business Listing   Rag Shop - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 922-2646

Business Listing   RUIZ Tiger Karate - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 981-6623

Business Listing   South Florida Academy of Martial Arts - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 923-1077

Business Listing   South Florida Ballet Company - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 929-4601

Business Listing   Team Kung Fu & Kick Boxing - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 964-7400

Business Listing   The Jean Leighton Studio-School of Art - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 584-8182

Business Listing   Yarn Tree - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 921-1160

Business Listing   Zamar School of the Performing Arts - Hollywood, FL - Phone: (954) 929-2627

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Helpful Definition for: Art Schools

'Art schools' are establishments where streams related to visual arts like painting, sculpture, graphic design, etc, are taught. Art schools in Hollywood impart preliminary as well as higher education related to arts. Secondary, undergraduate, postgraduate degrees and certificates are also given from these art schools which are in Hollywood.Depending on the area of specialization, one needs to choose the art schools from which they want to get their degrees.

In Hollywood, different art schools are there, like technical art schools which are related to graphic design, and liberal art colleges which are there for providing degrees in painting, sculpture, drawing, etc.

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