Studio Incamminati Welcomes First Veteran Student Funded Through GI Bill

The Department of Veteran Affairs has approved Studio Incamminati, School for Contemporary Realist Art to accept the GI Bill as financial aid for veteran students. The rigorous process was ignited through one veteran’s desire to attend the school and further their art education.

The Department of Veteran Affairs has approved Studio Incamminati, School for Contemporary Realist Art to accept the GI Bill as financial aid for veteran students. The rigorous process was ignited through one veteran’s desire to attend the school and further their art education. Now in the Advanced Fine Art Program, Army veteran Avery D. Campbell will spend the next four years enhancing their dexterity in classical painting and drawing, skills vital to many disciplines of art such as graphic design, illustration and animation.

“I chose Studio Incamminati because I was so impressed with the curriculum and work of other students. My experience was only made better by the dedication the staff put into getting the GI Bill accepted as financial aid. Both the Bill and the school have made it possible to pursue a dream that otherwise seemed impossible.” Campbell says.

Learn more about our veteran benefits here.