TEENS HONE ARTISTIC TALENTS
AT ART CENTER COLLEGE OF DESIGN
Fall Term Classes Begin on September 26
Saturday High offers a rich curriculum that helps students in grades 9 through 12 become better artists, designers, and thinkers. These courses mirror the diverse disciplines of the College and reflect the College’s founding educational philosophy. Saturday High students learn from a distinguished faculty of professional artists and designers who share their personal stories, professional experiences, and best practices with their students. The faculty also engages students in discussions about career opportunities in art and design.
Saturday High courses, which range in subject from painting and figure drawing to graphic design and video game design, are designed for beginners as well as for more advanced students. Some students take the same course more than once, while others explore many different classes.
Registration for available classes runs through September 26 and will be accepted until the first day of class, but classes fill quickly. For more information on registration, please visit www.artcenter.edu/sat.
Art Center College of Design South Campus
950 South Raymond Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91105
Art Center College of Design Hillside Campus
1700 Lida Street
Pasadena, CA 91103
Before September 25
INFO: For more information on Saturday High, please visit www.artcenter.edu/sat or call 626.396.2319.
ABOUT ART CENTER COLLEGE OF DESIGN’S PUBLIC PROGRAMS
Art Center’s Public Programs are predicated on the philosophy that meaningful engagement in design has value to the well-being of our community. By providing non-degree students access to exceptional instruction and facilities, the College’s Public Programs promote critical thinking and problem solving, and teach effective techniques for fostering intellectual, social and professional development. Art Center Public Programs include Art Center for Kids, Saturday High, Art Center at Night and Summer Institute for Teachers.