Called "the MIT of visual effects" by Fast Company magazine, we offer an unrivaled experience for our students and boast a 2014 placement rate of 93%.*

For over fifteen years, Gnomon has educated many of the world’s best digital artists. Gnomon offers a variety of educational options to help students reach their goals in the entertainment industry, with full-time two- and three-year programs, specialized courses for high school students and over 100 individual courses for professional enrichment.

Our curriculum is distinguished by our innovative philosophical approach to technology. Though there may be ever more powerful software available to visual effects artists, our emphasis remains on the creative process instead of mere technical proficiency.

Lab
All Gnomon computer labs house the latest in state-of-the-art workstations.

Gnomon's campus is located in Hollywood, CA within the Television Center studio lot. Our classrooms have been designed to cultivate creativity and learning by mimicking the environment of real production studios. Our 30,000-square-foot facility has seven state-of-the-art computer labs, a green-screen stage, a theater, dedicated sculpture labs, drawing studios, lecture spaces, student lounges, a student store and the Gnomon Gallery.

Campus
The Gnomon campus is located inside the historic Television Studio lot, originally the Technicolor building built in the 1920s.

Special effects artists launched Gnomon with the support of the entertainment industry to help meet the demand for well-trained creative talent in the growing field of digital entertainment. Our graduates are professionals working on the latest blockbuster films and games, and have positions at film and video game studios around the world.

Traditional
An education at Gnomon consists of both digital and traditional courses to create well-rounded artists.

*In accordance with national accreditation standards of the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).

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