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Laguna College of Art & DesignLaguna College of Art & Design
Laguna College of Art and Design (LCAD) prepares women and men for careers as creative artists and designers in a culturally and ethnically diverse world. The college's curriculum emphasizes the acquisition of skill based on observation, representati... Read more
Laguna College of Art and Design (LCAD) prepares women and men for careers as creative artists and designers in a culturally and ethnically diverse world. The college's curriculum emphasizes the acquisition of skill based on observation, representation and concept development. We offer BFA and MFA degrees and programs that combine studio work with academic studies in the liberal arts. There are five majors: Drawing and Painting, Illustration, Graphic Design, Animation and Game Art. We share our resources with the broader community through continuing education, exhibitions, and partnerships.
Laguna College of Art & Design (LCAD) provides Bachelor degrees and training for young men and women to enter the fields of entertainment art (animation and game art), publishing and website development (illustration and graphic design), and as professional artists and art educators (drawing and painting, sculpture). The college also provides career counseling in these fields, nurtures industry relations while students are in college, and helps find jobs upon graduation. As the most affordable of California's accredited art colleges, we have applications from and accept a larger percentage of students from low and moderate-income families than do our sister institutions. As a nonresidential school, most students are from southern California communities.