Spring Term Classes Begin on January 19, 2010
Art Center at Night (ACN), the continuing studies program at Art Center College of Design, offers nearly 200 innovative courses in art and design. Its award-winning instructors, many of whom are also Art Center alumni, have the knowledge and experience to help students maximize their creative potential. ACN classes, which include graphic design, industrial design, illustration, photography, fine art, advertising and digital media, are taught by working professionals who understand what it takes to achieve and maintain a competitive edge. Students learn practical skills and conceptual development in challenging, hands-on environments that prepare them for real-world settings.
This unique approach has made ACN a vital resource for working adults seeking to acquire new skills or sharpen existing ones; college students preparing portfolios for submission to Art Center's degree programs; and individuals looking to tap into or expand their creative abilities. To avoid late registration fees, register by January 15. Spring term classes begin January 19.
Art Center College of Design South Campus 950 South Raymond Avenue Pasadena, CA 91105. Registration Without Late Fees Before January 15. Classes Begin January 19.
For more information on Art Center at Night’s continuing studies program, visit www.artcenter.edu/atnight or call (626) 396-2319.
Art Center’s Public Programs are predicated on the philosophy that meaningful engagement in design has value to the well-being of our community. By providing non-degree students access to exceptional instruction and facilities, the College’s Public Programs promote critical thinking and problem solving, and teach effective techniques for fostering intellectual, social and professional development. Art Center Public Programs include Art Center for Kids, Saturday High, Art Center at Night and Summer Institute for Teachers.