An Award Winning Graphic Design Program located in the heart of Downtown San Diego

The graphic design program at San Diego City College has a long history of mentoring strong designers who make a difference. Guided by accomplished, exceptional faculty who are working professionals, students learn to design for the real world. Frequently earning top awards, transfer scholarships and jobs, our graduates excel in the industry. At City, we ignite inspiration and student success with portfolios that demonstrate a unique voice, vision and viewpoint.

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Seaport Project: City Studio Exhibition this Thursday June 6 from 5-7 pm Seaport Village

Seaport Project: City Studio Exhibition this Thursday June 6 from 5-7 pm Seaport Village

Join us at Seaport Village: Lighthouse District,  809 West Harbor Drive, San Diego CA for an exhibition of remarkable student projects created in City Studio this Spring under the leadership of Professors Candice López and Bradford Prairie. This visionary project was a San Diego City College Graphic Design partnership with the Birch Aquarium and Seaport Village. It  includes packaging, 3D models and print for a wide range of projects including Dockside Market, educational posters and graphics, Seaport Village and Seaport San Diego. 

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San Diego City College Graphic Design Portfolio Class of 2019

San Diego City College Graphic Design Portfolio Class of 2019

The American Institute of Graphic Arts San Diego Portfolio Review is an annual event where students showcase their work in front of a panel of professionals and leaders from the design community. This year, under the leadership of professors Sean Bacon and Bradford...

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Honoring Designer Alexander Girard

Honoring Designer Alexander Girard

This Saturday the incomparable Alexander Girard will be recognized for “his effortless ability to move across innumerable surfaces and scales, his life-long innovative and inspirational cross-disciplinary design practice, and his undeniable impact on mid-century modernism in America”.

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