Animation students get personal work spaces in the Marilyn and Jeffrey Katzenberg Center for Animation.

Students explore a Virtual Reality rig in the SCI student work space on the lower level.

Eric Furie teaches a class in the Michelle & Kevin Douglas IMAX Theatre and Immersive Lab.

Students study large-format filmmaking in the Michelle & Kevin Douglas IMAX Theatre and Immersive Lab.

Dr. Drew Casper teaches a course in Frank Sinatra Hall in the Eileen Norris Cinema Complex.

All of the classrooms at SCA are equipped for multi-media projection and analysis.

Classrooms at SCA are ready for discussion, screenings, and on-site editing.

Students in a classroom in the SCA Complex.

The Josh Schwartz Classroom near the Writing Division at SCA is setup to simulate a working writer's room.

Professor Todd Boyd teaches in the Ray Stark Family Theatre.

The labs and classrooms of the USC School of Cinematic Arts give faculty and students access to the same state-of-the-art technologies being used and developed across the entertainment industry. Students can access the latest Oculus Development Kit, use a Render Farm to bring their VFX shots to life, study live models in figure-drawing rooms, or reserve special meeting rooms that meet their computing and collaboration needs. Across the Cinematic Arts Complex, SCA's labs and classrooms facilitate compelling artistic and scholarly work.