The Art Institute of California—Hollywood is advantageously located at the crossroads of Southern California’s fashion, media, design and culinary industries. From the fashion center downtown to the entertainment giants headquartered in the San Fernando Valley, and from the scores of design firms located on the Westside to the myriad dining options located throughout Los Angeles, opportunities abound for enrichment, real-world learning, and networking with potential employers.
The Art Institute of California—Hollywood is proud to call North Hollywood’s NoHo Arts District home. The NoHo Arts District is a pedestrian-friendly urban village with direct access to Los Angeles’s subway system. Amenities abound, including contemporary theaters, art galleries, parks, cafes, and shops, making this community a model for responsible development.
In 2012, the eight Art Institute of California campuses (San Diego, Los Angeles, Hollywood, Inland Empire, Orange County, San Francisco, Sacramento, and Sunnyvale) combined to create a single college of art and design within the Argosy University system, known as The Art Institute of California—a college of Argosy University. As part of the transition, The Art Institute of California campuses changed their national accreditation to regional accreditation status. Argosy University is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities of the Western Association of Colleges and Schools (985 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 100, Alameda, California, 94501, http://www.wascsenior.org).
Students at The Art Institute of California—Hollywood will encounter numerous services, facilities, and equipment that will aid them in the pursuit of their education, including computer labs with industry-relevant hardware and software and a library with program-specific materials.
The Art Institute of California—Hollywood offers degree programs in design, media arts, culinary and fashion.