Living Arts has been preparing high-end talent for the studios for over 30 years. Find out how we discover, develop and graduate today's professional creative talent... at the School of Animation and Game Design at Living Arts College.
Move up to refining your production presentation capabilities. Final imagery is combined together from many elements. A key challenge is helping visual effects artists to perform look development, lighting and rendering.
Let us help you move your potential into the studio!
LIVING ARTS COLLEGE?
Connect with the most experienced ANIMATION learning team worldwide—at America's creativity college.
This is the unique program that takes creative skills to a higher level for the 3D Artist. You've seen the work in the blockbuster films, the top game titles and in broadcast advertising. We guide a small, exceptional student group at an incredible studio arts campus in Raleigh, North Carolina USA. Raleigh is also the home of major game producers plus the pioneers of gaming support software... Living Arts College has been enhancing careers in Animation & Game Design for over 23 years.
Qualify for a 12 month PID — Professional Intensive Diploma or 3 year BA Degree. Connect with an Advisor to qualify.
LIVING ARTS COLLEGE?
Complete the highly affordable PID—PROFESSIONAL INTENSIVE DIPLOMA in 12 MONTHS.
Living Arts has made this high-end animation program series more affordable. The student is accepted prepared for intense study at the studio level. We do this with fewer calendar breaks including conducting class year around. The result is less time for tuition spending and one less year of campus housing expense, meals, etc. Plus, head for the job market sooner! When time is very short and energy is very high, the PID—Professional Intensive Diploma may be your better option. This program series can be completed in 12 months. Continue further with compositing software adding visual special effects skills. Qualify for a total studio animation experience!
LIVING ARTS COLLEGE?
The curriculum for improving your professional potential and standing out from the crowd.
You need a platform that combines design excellence with measurable business and studio management planning ... all in a TOTAL ANIMATION AND GAME DESIGN program. These are the reasons you go beyond usual animation and game design education!
At the Living Arts College School of Animation and Game Design program content includes:
Foundation Study|Animation and Game Design Studio Development|General Education|Website Marketing|Portfolio Development
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“The school gave me the environment and skills that any 3D artist would love to have... The campus also allows students to network and learn about other aspects of entertainment through Graphic Design, Music, Marketing and more. All great elements to help promote yourself as an artist. I would and already have recommend this program and school to others!"
Justin Harrington Animation and Game Design Graduate
"I wanted to be unique and I wanted to do something that felt unique. Not only did they help me form a solid foundation of skills, but they also taught me how to expand on my knowledge. I am incredibly lucky to have found a school that was willing and able to help become the kind of creative professional that I wanted to be."
Watch a glimpse of the fun we had at this year's Game Developer Conference in San Francisco! GDC attracts over 26,000 attendees. It is the world primary gathering for programmers, artists, producers, game designers, audio professionals...
ANIMATION! THIS IS WHAT WE CREATE!
Graduate has become the lead developer on new children's interactive E-book.
Animation Alumni Rob Bryant Jr. has made some fantastic models using Autodesk's Maya for the "Drew's Adventure" book series. Check out the project at https://www.facebook.com/DrewsAdventure. April D. Bryant is the author and Rob Bryant Jr...
FROM ANIMATOR TO GRAPHIC DESIGNER
This graduate works as a graphic designer at Georgia Aquarium.
Katie Creel, Game Design and Animation graduate from Living Arts College is now a graphic designer for the Georgia Aquarium...
Students attended the regional conference ECGC (East Coast Game Conference). Current students, Jonathan Toney, Alberto Vazquez, Maya Rose, Thomas Schirf, Ambar Catalan, Jonathan Pierce and recent graduates Derrick Nsibuka and Ryan Benedetto...
Gaming and Animation graduate Mark Lemmons is working as a 3D Artist for gaming company Third Track in Raleigh, North Carolina. Mark's responsibilities have been moved up to conceptualize, model and texture 3D assets and create low poly...