The Digital Media Arts College campus is a 33,000+ square foot facility located in Boca Raton, Florida and has been designed from the ground up to be an artistically and technologically complete haven for our students. Students at DMAC always have access to professional-level equipment and resources in a conveniently located building situated in the heart of business and commerce.
DMAC offers a fully featured art studio, motion capture room, green screen wall with professional video equipment, library, graffiti and gallery walls, and a student lounge to create a professional environment in which students can learn and grow.
The best way to learn more about the facilities at DMAC is to schedule a tour of the campus and see it for yourself. Open houses and guest lectured workshops are also available year round. If you have a passion for digital arts, choose DMAC.
LOCATED IN BEAUTIFUL BOCA RATON, FL.
Boca Raton is a hub of the South Palm Beach metropolitan community and home to 120,000 residents. An exceptional quality of life keeps “Boca” high on lists of favorite places to live. Embracing the coastline between West Palm Beach to the north and Fort Lauderdale to the south, Boca Raton residents enjoy enchanting small-town charm amid picturesque Mediterranean Revival architecture and 1500 acres of greenery. Four miles of tropical Florida beaches attract water sports enthusiasts and sun seekers year around.
Settled by the Tequesta Indians, the 1890s brought inventive pioneers who developed Boca Raton into an agricultural community specializing in pineapple cultivation and winter vegetable crops. When the Army Air Corps established a war-time radar training school in 1942, (today, the F.A.U. and Boca Raton Airport) thousands of servicemen, families and civilian employees swelled the population. Later developments included the establishment of Boca Raton’s state university, Florida Atlantic, in 1962; IBM computer facilities in 1967, where the first PC was developed in 1981; and restoration of the Addison Mizner-designed Town Hall in the 1980s, currently home to the Boca Raton Historical Society; and the F.E.C. Railway Station in the 1990s.
Despite the city’s nickname as “the Beverly Hills of South Florida” and an unfaltering focus on pristine beaches, lush parks, and numerous golf courses, Boca Raton is also a burgeoning hub for artists who enjoy such premier cultural facilities as
Rounding out daily life for both residents and visitors are nature centers, water-parks, science museums, sports attractions and theaters, not to mention reliably warm weather and balmy ocean breezes that ensure a fun and memorable time is had by all in beautiful Boca Raton, Florida.