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Attending Art School in Los Angeles

Considering that this is the land of Hollywood, where plastic surgeons, flashy cars, and shops catering to every form of finery abound, the idea of “l’art pour l’art” may seem rather incongruous. However, it is this appreciation for aesthetics that engenders a vibrant art scene, with museums and galleries smattered all across the city. Actually, the fact that there is no one, central art hub may be why the presence of the arts does not seem to take a more visible role among the innumerable attractions in the city. As art communities tend to thrive in places where patrons can enjoy strolling through a neighborhood of galleries and art spaces, Los Angeles, in all its vastness, is known as a city of drivers who know no neighborhoods. There is so much to see, however, that a map and a pricey tank of gas is all you need to enjoy what the City of Angels has to offer. Among the many museums, the most well-known include the Getty Center, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the MOCA at California Plaza, the Norton Simon Museum, and the Huntington Library, Art Galleries, and Botanical Gardens. Among the hundreds of galleries, the Gagosian and Regen Projects are the most famous, while other locations such as Chungking Road in Chinatown and Bergamont Station in Santa Monica also provide for a great array of choices. Surprisingly, Culver City has gained recent notoriety for its burgeoning art scene along La Cienega Boulevard. Galleries such as The Project, Blum & Poe, and Anna Helwing provide a rare opportunity to view the works of myriad artists at an easy, pedestrian pace. The choices for art enthusiasts to enjoy the all that is new and noteworthy in the art world is as vast as the options for schooling for art students. With the great number of universities, as well as the nationally recognized Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles is a wonderful place to pursue studies in the arts and, if you’re so inclined, to catch a movie, a wave, or even a tan.

9045 Lincoln Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90045
(310) 665-6800
www.otis.edu
Enrollment:  
924
Faculty:  
250
Programs:  
Architecture / Landscape Interiors, Communication Arts, Digital Media, Fashion Design, Fine Arts, Foundations, Interactive Product Design, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Toy Design
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Fine Arts
Features:  
Accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) and the Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC); Career Center, Exchange Mobility Program, Bolsky Gallery, Ben Maltz Gallery, Otis Speaks Lectures, Summer of Art
Noted Alumni:  
Harwell Hamilton Harris, Edith Head, John Hench, Milford Zornes, Philip Guston, Dorothy Jeakins, Sister Mary Corita Kent, Tyrus Wong, John Altoon, Joseph Mugnaini, Billy Al Bengston, Robert Irwin, John Mason, Frank Romero, Paul Soldner, Tom Van Sant, Bas Jan Ader, Barry Le Va, Masami Teraoka, Lita Albuquerque, Carlos Almaraz, Suzanne Caporael, Alonzo Davis, Roberto Gil de Montes, Bryan Hunt, Kerry James Marshall, Kent Twitchell, Bruce Yonemoto, Lawrence Gipe, David Le Vey, Jim Rygiel, Jeffrey Vallance, Alison Van Pelt, Darren Waterston
Why You Should Go Here:  
Often ranked among the top five art schools in the country and arguably the top fashion institute on the west coast.
405 Hilgard Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90095
(310) 825-4321
www.ucla.edu
Enrollment:  
35967
Faculty:  
39
Programs:  
Art (painting and drawing, photography, sculpture, ceramics, art theory, and new genres including performance art, video, installation, and non-studio work), Design / Media Art
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Art, Master of Art, Master of Fine Art
Features:  
Faculty include five Nobel Laureates and more than 300 Fulbright Scholarship awardees, and more than 280 Guggenheim Fellows; Sculpture Garden; Visiting Artist Lecture Series, Art Council Lecture Series; Symposia; Eli and Edythe Broad Art Center; Student Undergraduate Gallery; fem-in-art; Dinner for 12 Strangers; UCLA New Wight Gallery / Kinross; UCLA ranks #1 among American colleges and universities conferring Ph.D.s to minority students, and we rank among the top five major universities in granting baccalaureate and master's degrees to minorities; six major performance venues, two museums and three gardens, The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books
Noted Alumni:  
Nobel Laureates- Ralph Bunche (Peace, 1950), Bruce Merrifield (Chemistry, 1984) Glenn T. Seaborg (Chemistry, 1951), William Sharpe (Economics, 1990); Astronauts- Walter Cunningham, Anna Lee Fisher, Geoffrey Marcy, Story Musgrave, John L. Phillips, Elliott See, Taylor Wang, Fred Whipple; Actors/directors/producers- Sean Astin, Elizabeth Berkley, Jack Black, Lloyd Bridges, Carol Burnett, James Coburn, Francis Ford Coppola, James Dean, Mariska Hargitay, Mark Harmon, Heather Locklear, Jayne Mansfield, Victor Nunez, Alexander Payne, Rib Reiner, Tim Robbins, Paul Schrader, Harry Shearer, Tom Skeritt, Darren Star, Ben Stiller, George Takei, Gabrielle Union; Musicians- Brad Delson (Linkin Park), Ryan Dusick (Maroon 5), John Fahey, Dave Farrell, Jill Gibson, Greg Ginn (Black Flag), Greg Graffin (Bad Religion), James Horner (composer), Kira Roesller (Black Flag), Randy Newman, John Williams (composer); Athletes- Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Troy Aikman, Arthur Ashe, Jeff Conine, Jimmy Connors, Gail Devers, DeShaun Foster, Troy Glaus, Jimmy Johnson, Florence Griffith Joyner, Jackie Joyner-Kersey, Michelle Kwan, Reggie Miller, Jackie Robinson; Other- Judy Chicago (artist), Mike Davis (author), David Ho (physician, researcher, Time Magazine's 1996 "Man of the Year"), Catherin Asaro (author), Agnes de Mille (dancer), Jules Asner, Judge Joe Brown, Brooke Burke, Iva Toguri D'Aquino ("Tokyo Rose"), Chris "Jesus" Ferguson (poker player), Nick Sagan (author).
Why You Should Go Here:  
UCLA receives more freshman applications than any other U.S. university and the average weighted GPA of the incoming class is 4.25; given its popularity and wide variety of course offerings, there seems to be something for everyone.
University Park
Los Angeles, CA 90089
(213) 740-2311
www.usc.edu
Enrollment:  
275 (undergraduate), 50 (graduate)
Faculty:  
80
Programs:  
Art Theory & Criticism, Ceramics, Design, Intermedia, Painting & Drawing, Photo, Printmaking, Sculpture, Public Art Studies
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Art, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Fine Arts
Features:  
The first art school in the region, Helen Lindhurst Fine Arts Gallery, Roski Master of Fine Arts Gallery, Ryman Program; the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has nominated at least one USC alumnus every year since the inception of the Academy Awards in 1929; Since 1912, USC is the only university in the world to have a gold medal-winning athlete in every summer Olympiad; USC graduates designed Los Angeles' City Hall, the Department of Water and Power Building, St. Basil's Catholic Church, and Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Noted Alumni:  
Authors- Leo Buscaglia, Art Buchwald, Joan Lowery Nixon, Irving Stone, Raj Kamal Jha; Artists- Frank Gehry (architect), D.J. Hall, Jon Jerde (architect), Albert C. Martin (architect), Thom Mayne (architect), Paul R. Williams (architect); Actors/ Journalists/ Directors/ Producers- LeVar Burton, Sophia Bush, Julie Chen, Sam Donaldson, Anthony Edwards, Dorothy Fay, Will Ferrell, David Gallagher, Ron Howard, Swoosie Kurtz, Michael Landon, Lisa Ling, Geroge Lucas, Kelly Preston, John Ritter, Tom Selleck, Ally Sheedy, Cybil Shepard, John Singleton, Robert Stack, Eric Stoltz, Marlo Thomas, Ron Underwood, Jack Warner (Warner Brothers), John Wayne, Forrest Whitaker, Robert Zemeckis; Musicians- Herb Alpert, Harold Budd (composer), Nadine Connor, Jerry Goldsmith (composer), Dexter Holland (The Offspring), Marilyn Horne, James Horner (composer), Morten Lauridsen, Mark McGrath (Sugar Ray), Christopher Parkening, Michael Tilson Thomas (conductor), Young MC; Astronauts- Neil Armstrong, Karol J. Bobko, Charles F. Bolden, Jr., Gerald P. Carr, Nancy J. Currie, William H. Dana, Brian Duffy, Henry C. Gordon, Jerry M. Linenger, Carlos I. Noriega, Kenneth S. Reightler, Jr.; Athletes- Marcus Allen, Bret and Aaron Boone, Reggie Bush, Frank Gifford, Keyshawn Johnson, Randy Johnson, Matt Leinart, Ronnie Lott, Mark McGwire, Carson Palmer, Tom Seaver, O.J. Simpson, Barry Zito; Other- General Norman Schwarzkopf, Patricia Nixon, Judge Wapner
5151 State University Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90032
(323) 343-3000
www.calstatela.edu
Enrollment:  
20,307 (full population)
Faculty:  
18
Programs:  
Animation, Design ­ including Computer Graphics, Single Subject, Teaching, Studio Art , Art History, Fashion and Textile
Degrees:  
Bachelor of Art, Master of Art, Master of Fine Arts
Features:  
Accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design; Luckman Fine Arts Center; Clay Club, Fashion Industry Council and Duchamp's Leg; the department includes over 40 specially designed spaces ranging from photography labs and printmaking facilities, to a textile lab, ceramics studios, and three major computer labs for graphics, gaming and animation, as well as drawing and painting studios; Academic Advisor Program; Fine Arts Gallery; COMA
Noted Alumni:  
Octavia Butler (author), Billy Jean King (tennis player)