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Academy Weekly: Bracing for the Fall—Courses to Take, Careers to Pursue, Industry Trends to Watch

We’ve got a lean selection of informative articles for you this week, from course details to industry overviews. We’re also gearing up for a lot more engaging activities right here, what with fall semester right around the corner.

First up on our recap, we give you front and center access to all you need to know about Interior Architecture & Design as an industry, and what it takes to build an illustration career.

Then we also opened some windows so you can peer inside to take a look at what courses you can expect while getting a Visual Development degree and Photography degree.

 We also had a recap of what went down at the recently concluded San Diego Comic Con, which was attended by our very own School of Game Development.

Meanwhile, we have a couple of contests that you’re more than welcome to participate in. For one, there’s the Tag A Friend contest we have happening on Facebook. Apart from that, the voting for the Sony XPERIA Summer Film Festival opened last week too. You have until today to cast your votes if you haven’t yet, by the way!       

Up This Week

This week, we put the highlight on graphic design’s industry trends, the different types of advertising you can do in this day and age, the classes you can expect to take in a landscape architecture course, and an introductory look at writing school for Film, TV, and digital media.

The annual Pebble Beach Concourse d’Elegance is also happening soon, so watch this space for more information on that. While you’re at it, you might want to participate in our first ever blog quiz, just for fun!

Keep it locked here as always! Don’t miss out on all the cool and exciting stuff happening at the Academy of Art University, especially now that we’re closing in on the fall semester.

Apply now to be a part of our art school community. Academy of Art’s admissions representatives is also ready to answer your queries so don’t hesitate to contact them for more information.