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BEAU Student Tells Stories through Comic and Sequential Art

McLean Paul is currently earning his Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree in comic and sequential art within Broadview Entertainment Arts University’s (BEAU) visual design program. McLean chose to attend BEAU because he wanted to follow a career path…

Faculty Spotlight: Phillip Sevy

 Phillip Sevy was raised in California on a steady diet of comics, cartoons, movies, TV, and anything story-related. Picking up a copy of Jim Lee and Chris Claremont’s X-Men #1 at the age of nine…

How the X-Men Led to a Successful Career in Comic Art

Garrick Dean is the program chair for comic and sequential art at BEAU–Broadview Entertainment Arts University. He was born in Salt Lake City but moved to Riverside, Calif., at the age of 10 and was educated in the Golden…

BEAU Students Published in Creative Quill

BEAUThe Creative Quill is a publication published by the Globe University network of schools (which BEAU belongs to), and several BEAU students’ work was selected to…

Students prepare for applied learning project


The Small Business Management class at BEAU is teaming up with the global citizenship class to promote a series of seminars on the programs at BEAU.  The class is preparing a marketing plan to get the word out, as…

The Art of Doodling

Here is a Blog post from out Illustrious Network Dean of Graphic Design, Earl Slack.



Students work is displayed at the Grand Opening

Beau Students had their work on display at the Grand Opening.  Here is an example of some of the art.