Love Art? Here Are The Top Artistic Schools…In The Southwest

What would you say to a “beautiful” education? An education that allows you to express yourself and give you encouragement throughout your academic career?
Hopefully, there is a “yes” in your heart. People all over are beginning to see why top art schools are constantly spinning out top notch artists from Graphic Designers to Game Designers-all from their classrooms.


The first of these schools to consider is the Academy of Arts University. Set in picturesque San Francisco, this school was founded in 1929 by Richard Stevens, and now has over 11,000 students, making it the largest private school of art in the country.
So what does such a huge art college have to offer? Well, more than just painting and sculpture that’s for sure. This school also has Fashion Design, Graphic Design, Game Design, Animation, and Computer Arts/New Media. There is so much to offer.

This same Academy care by offering free shuttling from morning to night and most importantly, the University has high job placement and graduates have gone on to careers in top industries such as Pixar, Nickelodeon, LG Electronics, and Abercrombie and Fitch.

The next school on the list would have to be Westwood College. Set in Denver, Colorado this school offers more than just Business programs. Say hello to Advertising, Game Design, Animation and Drafting. Both Academy of Art University and Westwood College have something in common- Game Design. We can all be honest and say that the Gaming Industry is hot right now and art schools all over are cranking out graduates loaded with ideas graduating from these revolutionized schools (read more).


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