If you want to learn more about architecture and design, sample this list of Southern California schools. At the end, some suggested architecture/design events. ART CENTER COLLEGE OF DESIGN
BFA degrees in advertising design, film, fine arts, graphics and packing design, illustration and photography. BS in industrial design; MFA and MS in all fields. CALARTS
BFA, MFA in design. CAL POLY POMONA
Only California residents are accepted in the five-year architecture program leading to a bachelor's degree. Master's program available at three levels . CAL STATE L.A.
BA, MA, MFA in 16 fields . MA in art history, art education and art therapy. CAL STATE LONG BEACH
BFA in six visual arts areas. MA in 13 professional specializations, MFA in 11. CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE
BA in art history, (818) 885-2192. BA in graphic design, two-dimensional arts, (818) 885-2348. BA in industrial design, ceramics, glass, fiber and fabric, metal and jewelry design, wood, sculpture and interior design, (818) 885-2784. MA in all fields except industrial and interior design. FASHION INSTITUTE
(213) 624-1200 and (818) 990-2133
Associate of Arts (AA) and professional designation in apparel and merchandising fields. OTIS ART INSTITUTE OF PARSONS SCHOOL OF DESIGN
AAS degree through continuing education in environmental and interior design, fashion and merchandising, textile design, computer graphics, graphic and ad design, illustration, photography. BFA in interior architecture, fashion, communication design, photography, ceramics, illustration. MFA in painting, sculpture, ceramics, photography. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTURE
BA in architecture. Graduate degree in three designations. UCLA Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Planning.
Three MAs , one Ph.D in architecture.
UCLA Extension, Department of the Arts
Professional designation program in interior design in three years and 31 sequential courses. UCLA Department of Art, Design & Art History
(213) 825-3077, 825-3645.
BA, MA and MFA programs in visual arts . Ph.D. in art history. MBA in arts management . USC School of Architecture
Bachelor's and master's programs. USC School of Fine Arts
BFA in sculpture and painting, drawing, printmaking, fine art photography or fine art design. MFA in two-dimensional art or three-dimensional art, or a combination.
(213) 482-8491 until Sept. 1; 7500 Glenoaks Blvd., Burbank 91504, after Sept. 1.
BS in fashion marketing, fashion design, graphic design and interior design. New bachelor of architecture degree.
Los Angeles Conservancy leads a 2-3 p.m. tour through Bullocks Wilshire second Sunday of each month. (213) 623-2489.
A new tour of 11 Art Deco office buildings in downtown begins at the Design Center, 433 S. Spring St., the second Saturday of the month at 11 a.m. Conservancy volunteers lead the way for two hours. Reservations required.
Hollyhock House, Barnsdall Art Park, 4800 Hollywood Blvd.
While Frank Lloyd Wright's Ennis-Brown house on Glendower Avenue in the Los Feliz area is open to the public six times annually, this Wright house is more accessible. In addition to regularly scheduled tours, the public is invited to attend a Croquet Classic on June 28, 1:30 to 6 p.m., to raise funds to reconstruct Wright's living room furniture . (213) 662-7272.
Hollywood and Environs:
A bus tour of historic Hollywood sites, including the Wattles Mansion, Janes House, Charles Toberman estate and Hollywood Studio Museum, will begin at 9 a.m. June 20 at El Molino Viego in San Marino. Lunch will be at the Cat & Fiddle Pub, and a hot - fudge sundae at C. C. Brown's will end this tribute by the California Historical Society to the 100th birthday of Horace Wilcox's subdivision. $44 general admission, $39 for members. Reservations: (213) 651-5655.
Orpheum Theater, 842 S. Broadway, Los Angeles.
Two silent films will roll, with Gaylord Carter at the organ, in the first of a four-part summer "Last Remaining Seats" series in the historic Broadway theater district. Classic films have been matched with their setting, according to Gregg Davidson, administrative assistant of the Los Angeles Conservancy. Reservations for the July 15 evening: (213) 623-CITY.