Los Angeles is a mecca for students who are passionate about media and entertainment.
New this year, the Hussian School of Art in Philadelphia opened the Relativity School branch in Los Angeles, connecting students to campus partner Relativity Media, a global media company headquartered in Beverly Hills, California.
Hussian Relativity students receive operation support, industry support and student services from Relativity Education, a branch of Relativity Media.
The Relativity School campus offering Bachelor of Fine Art degrees in Commercial Dance, Film and Digital Content, Art, and Acting is centered around Los Angeles Center Studios, a 20-acre full-service studio used by a variety of Hollywood productions like 24, Mad Men, The Voice, Alias, Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Planet of the Apes, Catch Me If You Can and Anchorman.
At the Relativity School, students can access a professional, camera-ready dance studio and authentic-looking sets including a café, jail cells and a classic courtroom. For students studying additional media content, the school provides a creative center to the art, graphic design, visual communication and digital media programs.
Olivia Schneider studies Communication and Journalism at Stonehill College where she serves as News Editor of the college’s newspaper. Her work has been published on the Stonehill College website, in the college’s Arts and Culture magazine ‘Rolling Stonehill,’ and on CAPA International Education’s World Blog.