Gnomon’s Bachelor of Fine Arts in Digital Production is a full-time program designed to produce production-ready artists who are versed in general academic knowledge, foundational arts, and production skills.
The curriculum covers all aspects of a 3D generalist skill set, providing an in-depth understanding of the 3D production pipeline, and a strong foundation in both visual arts and general education studies.
BFA students will develop their command of design and technical applications to contribute and succeed within the competitive film, game, and visual effects industries.CONTACT AN ADVISOR REQUEST A VIEWBOOK
The BFA curriculum is designed to provide students with a 3D generalist education that prepares them to work as digital artists within the VFX, games, and animation industries. Students may choose an optional Concentration in Game Art or Visual Effects, which contains 30 unique units of game specific courses.
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Gnomon strives to place graduates into their dream jobs right out of school. With training from industry professionals versed in the demands of current production pipelines, Gnomon graduates are prime candidates after graduation. Gnomon is proud to have successful alumni working all over the world.
"Gnomon was essential to my growth as an artist in the industry. Having a crash course in all aspects of computer art not only made me a better artist but helped grow my mental toolset which better equipped me to work in a professional environment."
"Not only does Gnomon train you with state-of-the-art tools but more importantly, they train you in the art and fundamentals of creating visually stunning imagery. In an industry where the tools and software are constantly changing, I feel like that is the key reason Gnomon rises above all other schools."