ArtCenter College of Design is one of the planet's foremost institutions of higher learning, offering Bachelor's and Master's degrees in multiple art and design disciplines, from fine art to automobile (mobility) design, to film and photography, to interactive media design, environmental design, and numerous others. It's graduates are integral in shaping world visual culture.
The college has two Pasadena campuses, and multiple public galleries including the Williamson Gallery at its hillside campus above the Rose Bowl, and the Mullin Gallery at its south campus near the Pasadena power plant. Also located at the south campus is the Hoffmitz Milken Center for Topography (HMCT) Gallery. And in Los Angeles near 4th and Main, the College runs it ArtCenter DTLA gallery.
By checking out ArtCenter on Virtual ArtNight, visitors will be able to experience featured content from all the above curated spaces -- which in normal non-Covid times are open to the public free of charge:
View works of video by talented ArtCenter students in the College's Entertainment Design department. Dream Time: Selected Animated Shorts were presented as part of UP ALL NIGHT exhibition at ArtCenter DTLA, the College's exhibition space in Downtown Los Angeles (Summer 2020).
Drive by HMCT Gallery at 950 South Ramond Avenue to glimpse Great Writers/Orators/Artists: A Typographic Narrative (videos by ArtCenter Graduate Graphic Design students under Professor Ty Drake), viewable outside through the gallery window, or on YouTube.
For nearly a decade, artist Julia Christensen has studied how upgrade culture — the perceived notion that we need to constantly upgrade our electronics to remain relevant — impacts institutional archives and operations, longterm scientific research, and our personal lives. View the virtual version of Mullin Gallery's exhibition Julia Christensen | Upgrade Available.