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Why ASU? At ASU, learning online is effective, flexible and smart. Every program delivered online is developed by the same excellent faculty who teach on our campuses, and is designed to engage students and professors in meaningful ways. The result? Our students are an integral part of a New American University.
Learning at Full Sail University has always centered around interaction and the exchange of ideas. Our online curriculum fully embraces this philosophy.
Though the city of Miami has brought us art deco, South Beach, and white blazers a la Miami Vice, its contribution to the arts is not as obvious. Contrary to popular belief, however, Miami is more than just a pastel city of pink flamingos and tanned physiques. It is home to the headquarters of the National Foundation for the Advancement of the Arts and boasts the most successful Arts in Public Places programs. Additionally, art enthusiasts can simultaneously enjoy the legendary Florida weather while strolling down one of the many thoroughfares that feature the local art museums and galleries. From the Art & Design Nights taking place on the second Saturday of every month in the Design District off Biscayne Boulevard, to the innumerable, Latin flavored galleries on Ponce de Leon Boulevard (best viewed on a First Fridays), Miami’s offerings are as diverse as its population. Additionally, the Collins Park Cultural Center in South Beach features fine art, trendy restaurants, and the famous Bass Museum of Art. Moreover, North Miami has also enjoyed the stir caused by the somewhat recent opening of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCA) in 1996, as well as a number of complimentary contemporary art galleries throughout the neighborhood. Finally, Bird Road has recently merited the designation of Art District as many local artists have settled in the former warehouse district. In fact, there are so many areas of the city that feature the arts, the only challenge students will face while pursuing their studies in Miami, is choosing to spend their time in the classroom, and not the beach.
|Programs:||Accessory Design, Advertising, Computer Animation, Fashion Design, Fashion Merchandising, Film, Film & Digital Production, Game Art, Graphic Design, Interactive Media Design, Interior Design, Painting, Visual Arts, Visual Effects & Motion Graphics, Visual & Entertainment Arts|
|Degrees:||Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Arts, Master of Fine Arts|
|Features:||Year-long courses; internship programs; visiting artist lectures, 800 square foot Main Gallery; accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools|
|Programs:||General Studio Art, Ceramics, Graphic Design/Illustration, Painting, Photography Digital Imaging, Printmaking, and Sculpture, Art History|
|Degrees:||Bachelor of Art, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Fine Arts, Master of Art|
|Features:||Features a gallery in the center of campus which shows nationally prominent contemporary artists and the work of our students, faculty, and alumni. The Lowe Art Museum, a short walk across from the gallery, is one of the top university art museums in the country, with a large permanent collection and a full schedule of fine exhibitions. Amenities include a large lecture hall, a seminar room/library, five Macintosh computer labs, and the largest slide library in South Florida. Ceramics and Sculpture have their own area along a peaceful waterway on the south side of the main campus; Visiting Artist Lecture Series|
|Noted Alumni:||Liz Balmaseda (two-time Pulitzer Prize winner), Richard Blanco, (Cuban-American poet), Michael Chiarello (celebrity chef), Andy Garcia, Dennis Lehane (author), Campbell McGrath (poet), Danny Pino (actor)|