Minneapolis Media Institute - Media Arts College
Recording School - Video Game School - College of Media Arts Minneapolis Media Institute is a branch campus of Madison Media Institute, Madison, WI
The Minneapolis Media Institute recording school and video game school campus is located in the legendary studios formerly owned by music industry greats Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis (formerly Flyte Tyme Studios): the same studios where over one hundred gold and platinum selling records were recorded, mixed and produced.
As a branch campus of the Madison Media Institute, MMI - Minneapolis shares in the college's history of more than 40 years of leadership in media arts training. The Media Institute campuses are the nation’s leading centers for media arts education. The Minneapolis campus offers degree programs in Recording Arts and Video Game Design.
Located at the epicenter of the vibrant community of emerging artists in the Twin Cities area, MMI is the perfect setting for anyone seeking a recording school, a video game school, or media arts college. Our students become part of a community of artistic, imaginative and tech savvy people who are passionate about music, video games and new media arts. Students at MMI aren't interested in following the crowd or having a run-of-the-mill career, they are interested in becoming trailblazers in their art.