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The Art Institute of California—San Francisco, a campus of Argosy University

10 United Nations Plaza, San Francisco, CA 94102-4928   |    1.415.865.0198

NEW Bachelor’s Degree Program in Software Development for Creative Technologies

Learn to conceive and create unique software and programming solutions for arts and entertainment, gaming, film, leisure, and business, with an emphasis on a dynamic user experience.

NEW Bachelor’s Degree Program in Professional Writing for Creative Arts

Your first step toward a career in creating compelling stories and engaging content for an array of expanding fields—entertainment, gaming, social media, websites, advertising, business, and more.

NEW Bachelor's Degree Program in Marketing & Entertainment Management

An innovative curriculum to help prepare you for a career in managing and promoting entertainment and informational events for cultural venues, corporations, creative organizations, and more.

NEW Bachelor's Degree Program in Instructional Technology & Design

Make an impact where the future of education is taking shape: the digital realm. You can learn to create innovative experiences and effective strategies to engage, instruct, and train students of all ages.

Create your future beginning now.

Our degree programs in the areas of Design, Media Arts, Fashion, and Culinary help you focus your talents and explore what you’re passionate about. In our collaborative environment, our instructors will guide and mentor you as we help you build the skills you need to start your creative career.

College Bound

College Bound is an 11-week college experience for high school juniors and seniors to connect with others that share your interests while taking college level courses designed to help you grow, discover yourself, and create something awesome.

College Bound
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Students need to meet all requirements. The Art Grant is not offered at all Art Institute schools and the grant amounts vary by location; check with the school you’re considering attending for exceptions and details.

Pursue your education surrounded by eclectic architecture, high-tech companies, and a culturally diverse community

Pursue your education surrounded by eclectic architecture, high-tech companies, and a culturally diverse community

The Art Institute of California—San Francisco, a campus of Argosy University, is located in the Civic Center, an energetic area of the city that's home to a weekly farmer's market and an arts and crafts market.

Join us at
Open House

Saturday, September 10, 2016
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See How We Live For Creativity

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The only thing missing is you.

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Bistro 10UN

Bistro 10UN is a student-run restaurant that's open to the public. Located at The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of California—San Francisco, Bistro 10UN serves as the dining lab for students in the culinary program, offering a unique combination of real-world experience and instructional content.

Under the direction of Culinary Instructor Brian Shulse, culinary students nourish and delight patrons while taking the final steps on their path to becoming culinary professionals. From food ordering and preparation to guest seating and serving, Bistro 10UN is a complete instructional environment for students that offers a quality dining experience to its patrons.

For reservations, please contact Bistro 10UN Restaurant at 916.830.6361.

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News and events

Fashion Grad With Treacher Collins Syndrome Profiled in The Spokesman-Review Fashion Grad With Treacher Collins Syndrome Profiled in The Spokesman-Review

Alison Midstokke, who in 2008 earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Fashion Design from The Art Institute of California—San Francisco, a campus of Argosy University, was recently profiled in The Spokesman-Review about her goal to become a fashion model and actor—despite the 60 surgeries she’s endured in her life.

Alison was born with Treacher Collins syndrome, a genetic disorder affecting the development of the cheekbones, jaw, chin, and ears.

Learn more about her goal to make an impact in the fashion industry here.

See http://ge.artinstitutes.edu/programoffering/380 for program duration, tuition, fees and other costs, median debt, salary data, alumni success, and other important info.

The Art Institute of California—San Francisco is not responsible for the content or accuracy of any Web site linked to this Web site/newsletter. The links are provided for your information and convenience only. The Art Institute of California—San Francisco does not endorse, support or sponsor the content of any linked Web sites. If you access or use any third party Web sites linked to The Art Institute of California—San Francisco’s Web site, you do so at your own risk. The Art Institute of California—San Francisco makes no representation or warranty that any other Web site is free from viruses, worms or other software that may have a destructive nature.


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San Francisco Fashion Instructor Featured in S.F. Chronicle San Francisco Fashion Instructor Featured in S.F. Chronicle

Mikel Rosen, fashion instructor, The Art Institute of California—San Francisco, a campus of Argosy University, was recently quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle regarding trend forecasting for fashion.

British-born Rosen has taught trend forecasting for more than 20 years. He’s leading a project that will culminate in a demonstration and trends presentation at Bespoke San Francisco at Westfield San Francisco Centre, a tech-centered co-working space that also hosts pop-up businesses as well as events and installations. 

The project is a collaboration between Rosen, his students, and the team at Bespoke. It will highlight how San Francisco is currently steering the conversation about lifestyle trends and tech—and how the Bay Area continues to be a center of innovation that’s resulted in many cultural moments and movements.

Read the article here.

See http://aiprograms.info for program duration, tuition, fees and other costs, median debt, salary data, alumni success, and other important info.

The Art Institute of California—San Francisco is not responsible for the content or accuracy of any Web site linked to this Web site/newsletter. The links are provided for your information and convenience only. The Art Institute of California—San Francisco does not endorse, support or sponsor the content of any linked Web sites. If you access or use any third party Web sites linked to The Art Institute of California—San Francisco’s Web site, you do so at your own risk. The Art Institute of California—San Francisco makes no representation or warranty that any other Web site is free from viruses, worms or other software that may have a destructive nature.

 

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San Francisco Culinary Students Raise Money for Local Nonprofits San Francisco Culinary Students Raise Money for Local Nonprofits

Culinary instructor Paul Glaviano and his students from The Art Institute of California—San Francisco, a campus of Argosy Univeristy, selected two charities to support as part of their senior culinary class. The students held fundraising events for which they created menus, sold tickets, and prepared the food. They then donated the proceeds of $600 to the San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center and $500 to the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corp., which helps to build homes for low-income families living in San Francisco.

The students commented on how great it felt to give something back to those in need within their local community.

The photos are from the check presentation ceremonies for the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corp. and the San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center.

See aiprograms.info for program duration, tuition, fees and other costs, median debt, salary data, alumni success, and other important info.

The Art Institute of California—San Francisco is not responsible for the content or accuracy of any Web site linked to this Web site/newsletter. The links are provided for your information and convenience only. The Art Institute of California—San Francisco does not endorse, support or sponsor the content of any linked Web sites. If you access or use any third party Web sites linked to The Art Institute of California—San Francisco's Web site, you do so at your own risk. The Art Institute of California—San Francisco makes no representation or warranty that any other Web site is free from viruses, worms or other software that may have a destructive nature.

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San Francisco Fashion Students Featured in San Francisco Chronicle San Francisco Fashion Students Featured in San Francisco Chronicle

The Art Institute of California—San Francisco, a campus of Argosy University, was recently featured in the San Francisco Chronicle regarding the StyleReborn student fashion show that took place on June 11, 2016.

Fourteen designers showcased their spring/summer collections at the SOMArts Gallery. The story includes information on the show and images of the students’ designs.

Read the story here:
http://www.sfchronicle.com/style/article/Art-Institute-students-take-the-show-with-8334639.php


See http://aiprograms.info for program duration, tuition, fees, and other costs, median debt, federal salary data, alumni success, and other important info. 

The Art Institute of California—San Francisco is not responsible for the content or accuracy of any Web site linked to this Web site/newsletter. The links are provided for your information and convenience only. The Art Institute of California—San Francisco does not endorse, support or sponsor the content of any linked Web sites. If you access or use any third party Web sites linked to The Art Institute of California—San Francisco’s Web site, you do so at your own risk. The Art Institute of California—San Francisco makes no representation or warranty that any other Web site is free from viruses, worms or other software that may have a destructive nature. 


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Notable alumni

Learn more from some of our grads who’ve made a name for themselves as they talk about their education, their careers, what Creativity for Life means to them, and their advice for aspiring creative professionals.

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Mirage Memmer

Mirage Memmer

Advertiser, Hawaii Bento, LLC

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Marcus Mills

Marcus Mills

Coordinator, Viacom International Program Sales Operations

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Nathan Selep

Nathan Selep

Project Manager, Telegraphics, Inc.

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Mando Daniel Perez

Mando Daniel Perez

Production Designer, Walmart.com

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Kevin Johnson

Kevin Johnson

Digital Campaign Management Specialist, Tribune Digital

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