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Best Colleges To Learn Animation In New York City

The main aim of animation colleges is to provide the best and prepare the candidates for the future to be good at animation as well visual effects for the upcoming competition. Animation is an art form that can guide you in different directions. To become a great animator, you should be great at sketching and drawing which is a major aspect. There are great colleges in New York City that provide the best course and guidance, here is a list of the best colleges where you can learn animation in New York City:

  1. Pratt Institute
    Pratt is a private university and its main campus is located in Brooklyn, New York City. The institute was founded in 1887 which also provides courses like engineering, architecture, and also fine arts. The specialty of the college includes both interactive and digital arts and during this course, students can enhance their skills by either theory or practice or also by studying the history of the new media. The college helps students to acquire technological skills, aesthetic delicacy, and conceptual sophistication.
  2. New York University
    This university is home to 52,000 plus students and was founded in the year 1831. To get Digital art and minor design the student has to score 16 points in the department of Art and Art’s professional. The university allows you to study with artists and digital designers so that they have hands-on experience and better knowledge about the field. New York University is considered one of the best to study and learn animation.
  3. School Of Visual Arts
    Founded in the year 1947 this college animation department focuses on the overall development of the candidate and giving them a better learning experience. Candidates will also get to explore the vision and different styles of storytelling along with better knowledge of artistic animation. There are more than 500 students in the department and all of the passed-out students have got themselves placed in good companies.
  4. New York Film Academy
    The New York film academy is best known for giving out candidates that excel in the filming, theatre, and most importantly animation department. The academy was founded in the year 1922 by the famous producer Jerry Sherlock. Though the academy is a small one with only around 1800 students, however, it still stands out as one of the best to study animation from. There the student can have both practical pieces of knowledge along with industry-standard hands-on experience.
  5. Hostos Community College
    The main forte of the college is to give the students the industry experience and a good one where they will learn and achieve the best. The course includes the study of media history, colour theory, designing of software also of web and software application. The college has been in the top 10 list of best colleges to learn animation from in New York City for quite some time now.
  6. John’s University
    The university was founded and active in 1870 and has been known for the best they put forward for the students so that they gain more and more knowledge. The department of Arts and design has also been recognized by NASAD which stands for National Association of Schools of Art and Design. The students here can enhance their B.F. n illustration skills by the process of creation which is used in books for advertising, clothing, packing video games, and social media. The university sits at top mark as one of the renowned universities and recognized by any boards for it unbeatable contribution to the animation industry.

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