- École nationale supérieure d'Art de Limoges-Aubusson, Limoges. website
- Atelier Neo Medici - Renaissance Painting Techniques for Contemporary Artists, Monflanquin.http://www.atelierneo-medici.com/
- École Supérieure des Arts Appliqués Duperré, Paris. website
- École Nationale Supérieure d'Art et des Métiers d'Art, École Estienne, Paris. website
- École Supérieure d'Art et des Industries Graphiques, Paris. website
- École nationale supérieure des arts décoratifs(ENSA-D), Paris. website
- École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts(ENSB-A), rue Bonaparte, Paris. website
- École Supérieure d'Arts Appliqués Boulle, Paris. website
- École Professionnelle Supérieure d'Arts graphiques et d'Architecture (EPSAA), Paris. website
- Lisaa - L'Institut Supérieur des Arts Appliqués(college of applied arts), Paris. website
- ESAG Penninghen(École supérieure de design, d'art graphique et d’architecture intérieure), Paris. website
- Académie Charpentier et la grande chaumière (École supérieure de design, d'art graphique et d'architecture d'intérieure), Pariswebsite
- Académie Julian, Paris. website
- Ecole supérieure d'arts de Rueil-Malmaison, Íle de France. website
- Écoles de Condé, Schools of design and cultural heritage in Paris, Lyon, Nice, Nancy, Bordeaux. website
- Trixter Studio Paris, Paris. website
- École Émile Cohl, Lyon. website
- Villa Arson - Ecole nationale supérieure d'art, Nice. website
- École Superieure des Beaux-Arts de Toulouse, Toulouse. website
- École Superieure d'Art d'Aix-en-Provence, Aix-en-Provence. website
- École Supérieure d'Art de Metz (ÉSAMM), Metz. website
- L'idem, École d'arts visuels, des métiers créatifs, Perpignan. website
- Ecole supérieure d'art et de design, Valenciennes.
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