From wooded acres in the San Rafael Hills to adaptive reuse in downtown Pasadena, ArtCenter’s two campuses provide future artists and designers with a wide array of creative learning opportunities enriched by the creative and academic resources within the surrounding communities and the greater Los Angeles area.
Located on 165 wooded acres in Pasadena, this modernist steel-and-glass structure has been home to ArtCenter since 1976.
Established in 2004, this evolving complex includes a historic supersonic wind tunnel, a former post office facility and a renovated office building.
In 2019, ArtCenter announced a new satellite location in downtown Los Angeles with plans to engage the local arts community through exhibitions, panels and workshops.
Founded in 1994, the Petersen Automotive Museum was dramatically renovated in 2014 and now includes a 2,000-square-foot ArtCenter satellite studio.
A dedicated public-facing space for ArtCenter makers in Berlin provides our students and alumni with one-of-a-kind opportunities.
With campus buildings designed by Modernist architect Craig Ellwood, the campus itself had a significant impact on me as a person and artist.Carrie GraberBFA 97 Illustration