Located just a few short hours from Memphis, Nossi College of Art in Nashville combines artistic abilities of our faculty with innovative curriculum from our advisory board - including essential business and marketing skills - to ensure success after graduation for each degree program. 

Creative people have a different point of view! Nossi College of Art is a welcoming and inclusive environment. Plus, we are the only private art college in the state of Tennessee!. 


Some creative areas of focus in our degree programs include:

  • Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Lightroom
  • Business Marketing for Creatives
  • 3D Modeling
  • Concert and Live Events
  • Package Design 
  • Food Photography
  • Digital Publishing
  • Typography
  • Acting and Directing
  • Business of Photography
  • Shooting Television and Film

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Our Degree Programs

Spring Classes Start in January! Learn more about our degree program details, credits, and the application process. Not sure which degree to pursue? Need more information? Use the form above to start a conversation.

Our Faculty

The faculty and staff at Nossi College of Art have over 1,000 hours of experience. They are carefully selected on the basis of practical experiences, teaching ability, and educational background. All faculty members must be active creative professionals to teach at Nossi College.

In addition, Nossi College also an advisory board for each program to ensure our curriculum is current, relevant, and applicable for today's workforce requirements.


At Nossi College of Art, the health and safety of our students and faculty is our top priority, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

We’re taking several precautions on the campus to keep everyone safe, including wearing face masks, ensuring hand washing, frequent cleaning, social distancing, and more. Face masks are required in common areas and are optional in class because we actively social distance. These are just a few of the major precautions we’re taking to make our campus as safe as possible. Learn more about our response to COVID-19.