I'm a performance production major, with an emphasis on lighting design and stage management. I have known several people from my school who have gone there and graduated, and they have all said it's a fabulous school. There are a limited number of students and a lot of teachers, so you really get a lot of personal time with your instructor, no matter what major you are going to have.
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This school is great for anyone seeking a close and diverse group of peers. The majors available are made to help student find a career in the arts and show what it's like to become a working artist in whichever field they want. Majors include music, theatre, dance, design, performance production, and many more.» Read More
An entirely lovely school that is full of respect to all forms of art. The teachers talk to you as friends, and with such small classes they give you the one-on-one time you need. Everyday at this school leaves me with a grin, and the feeling that I am important.» Read More
Cornish College of the Arts is a topnotch fine art school, for those who are serious about their art. Class sizes are small, with a student-to-teacher ratio of only 8:1. Students are helped and encouraged to find their own voice and develop their own personal style.» Read More
Cornish College of the Arts is a private visual and performing arts school. Therefore it is definitely an expensive educational investment, but it is oh so worth it. The connections made in the first year of attendance beat out the connections made within all four years at a university.» Read More