Gnomon strives to place graduates into their dream jobs right out of school.
Our 35,000 sq ft. facility has been designed to create a production-like environment conducive to creativity and learning.
Gnomon’s instructors are working professionals teaching techniques from their specific areas of expertise.
A baccalaureate program that covers all aspects of a 3D generalist skillset, providing an in-depth understanding of the 3D production pipeline, visual arts, and general education studies
An intensive program, built on a 3D generalist foundation, offering emphasized studies in games, modeling and texturing, visual effects, or character and creature animation
Up to one year of fundamental art education for individuals 18 and over looking to become better artists and build a well-rounded portfolio
Standalone courses covering a wide variety of subjects within film, game, and visual effects production.
On-Campus Courses and Online Courses.
Take a look at some of the traditional and digital artwork Gnomon students produce during their education.
These student reels are the culmination of the education and training students receive at Gnomon.
The Gnomon Best of Term competition recognizes the best work being done by Gnomon students.
At Gnomon GalleryOn display until February 21st, 2022
Thursday, December 9th
Speak with an admissions advisor to discuss the right educational path for you.
For U.S. citizens interested in attending a Gnomon program, this guide provides a step-by-step process of how to apply.
As a non-US citizen, attending Gnomon can seem like a daunting task. Find answers to your questions with this guide.
Gnomon provides multiple ways for prospective students, arts educators, and other members of the community to connect with the school and its representatives.
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