Kunsthochschule Kassel

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Art University Kassel
Kunsthochschule Kassel
Louis Kolitz Kassel Generalkommando Bellevue.jpg
First site of the University in Schloss Bellevue
Type Public university
Established1777;244 years ago (1777)
Location, ,
Germany

Coordinates: 51°18′15″N9°29′21″E / 51.30417°N 9.48917°E / 51.30417; 9.48917
Affiliations University of Kassel
Website http://www.kunsthochschule-kassel.de

Kunsthochschule Kassel (German; "Kassel College of Art") is a college of fine arts in Kassel, Germany. Founded in 1777, it is a semi-autonomous department of the University of Kassel .

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