This is the last week to enroll in our Fall Quarter Extension Classes without a $50 per class late registration fee starting on September 19th. You may refer to our handy Schedule of Classes (PDF) with links to the classes or go to our online registration system.
LAAFA is very excited to invite you to Gallery 9 for two evenings in congratulating our graduates and student participants. The student exhibition will also be available to view on September 25th through October 7th during Gallery 9's business hours. We hope that you will come and support their hard work.
Opening on September 24th, from 7pm to 10pm - RSVP is appreciated.
Closing on October 8th, from 7pm to 10pm - RSVP is appreciated.
Rey has been teaching since 1990 and is now considered one of the preeminent artistic anatomy teachers in the country. He is known for his lively and passionate lectures and his enthusiasm is very evident and contagious. These classes are very informative, hands-on and will benefit all types of artists.
We are extremely honored to be included as one of American Artist's 10 Top Art Schools in the world. We would like to take this opportunity and thank our wonderful instructors and models for their continued dedication to the school throughout the years. Most of all, we would like to thank our students for their support. We could not have achieved this honor without you! We look forward to another amazing year with our LAAFA Community.
You may view this article, "Pursuing the Classical Dream: The Guide to Art Schools" at LAAFA or buy a copy at your local bookstore.
Hi Darkstar, I'm a current student at the school. For the first two years both fine art and entertainment art have the same curriculum... drawing and painting. Then the third year is different; entertainment art students have a portfolio/design year and the fine art students have gallery visits and mentorships.
Figure construction class works from the model but homework and assignments are without the model.
is your constructive anatomy have improved by drawing with the model? and if yes do you have some sort of comparaison to show? Because the laafa site dont show a lot of pictre of before and after improvement or student work.
New applicants to our BFA and Atelier Certificate Programs are welcome to enter this competition to receive one of three $6,000 Contemporary Representational Art Scholarships for Fall 2012. Contemporary Representational Art includes figures, still life, and landscapes.
Eligibility: Artists who are applying to our BFA and Atelier Certificate Programs are invited to apply for the scholarships.
Submission Requirements: You must submit all of the required documents and application payment as part of the admission process. Incomplete submissions will not be considered.
Jurors: Selected LAAFA faculty.
Awards: Three $6,000 scholarships for use towards LAAFA’s BFA and Atelier Certificate Program tuition. (Scholarships will be applied as credit in $500 USD increments per quarter.)
Fall 2012 Deadline: July 15, 2012. Submissions will not be accepted after this deadline. Fall 2012 Recipients: Scholarship recipients will be announced on August 7, 2012.
Terms and Conditions: Scholarship awards are contingent upon acceptance to LAAFA’s BFA and Atelier Certificate Programs. Upon accepting the scholarship, the recipient must begin his or her studies by the Fall 2012. The recipients must maintain a 3.8 GPA or higher during their studies at LAAFA. A GPA of less than 3.8 during any given quarter may result in the loss of scholarship credit. By submitting this form, you are agreeing to allow LAAFA to use your submitted images for any promotional purposes as LAAFA sees fit. Additional restrictions and requirements may apply.
If you have any questions about the scholarship or application procedure, you can email us at email@example.com.
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Come and learn about our BFA, Certificate and Extension Programs at our Winter Open House on December 3rd and 4th. You will have time to take a self-guided tour of the facilities, view demos, chat with the staff and more... Learn about our financial aid, work study programs and scholarships. Refreshments will be served.
Please join us for LAAFA’s Spring 2012 Open House on March 11th, from 12pm to 4pm. There will be demonstrations, lectures and Q & A sessions during the event. You will have time to take a tour of the facilities, view our talented instructors’ artwork in the plaza, chat with the staff and more… Learn about our BFA, Certificate and Extension Programs, financial aid, work study programs and scholarships. Refreshments will be served.
Mike Butkus Complimentary Demonstration
March 11th, 12pm to 2pm
Mike will demonstrate how to draw Vampires and Zombies from his books, using a limited gouache palette. He will explain the techniques used in the books and advise on how to create creatures from imagination. In addition, there will be a Q & A session on producing ideas for the movie, T.V. and gaming industry. Mike’s “How to” book series will be available for sale and signing in the LAAFA Plaza following his presentation.
Reservations for demos are required. Walk-ins will be based on space availability
--------------------------- Rey Bustos Complimentary Lecture
March 11th, 2pm to 4pm
Rey Bustos is one of the leading artistic anatomists in the country today! We are excited that Rey will be lecturing, drawing, sculpting and showing students first-hand his love for anatomy in a fun and dynamic way. Get ready to enjoy several brief demos, a Q & A session and more. It’s going to be lively!
Reservations for demos are required. Walk-ins will be based on space availability.