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Video Game publisher Electronic Arts (EA) and the USC School of Cinema-Television today unveiled the EA Game Innovation Lab at USC’s Robert Zemeckis Center for Digital Arts. Zemeckis was among those scheduled to attend, along with EA Worldwide Studios president Don Mattrick and School of Cinema-Television dean Elizabeth Daley. The [...]
Northern Oklahoma College Tonkawa’s Multimedia Digital and Communications program has been renamed the Digital Media Institute (DMI) and will offer an Associate of Applied Science degree in Digital Media Animation and Design (DMAD). The new program will be headed by director Brad Matson and will be available to students beginning [...]
University of Southern California students will have more reasons to spend their time playing video games. The university’s School of Cinema-Television will partner with publisher Electronic Arts to launch an M.F.A .in video game design, beginning in the fall of 2004. The venture includes a multimillion dollar gift from EA [...]
Toper Taylor, formerly the top U.S. exec. for Canadian animation house Nelvana, has been named co-chair of the University of Southern California School of Fine Arts Board of Councilors. He, along with fine art dealer and long-time school supporter Putter Pence, will serve a two-year term beginning January 2004. Taylor, [...]
Industry-acclaimed Discreet-certified instructor Gary M. Davis will teach "The New Features of 3ds max 6," the first road show and set of online classes offered by Oregon 3D’s Center for Visualization Technologies. Designed specifically for visual effects, character animation and next-generation gaming, 3ds max 6 is a unified object-oriented-modeling and animation-rendering [...]
Toronto-based content development and production company Comet Ent. Inc. has signed on to manage and direct a diploma course in computer graphic design and animation at Toronto’s Kennedy College. The goal of the three-year program of study is to prepare students for careers in animation. Course work will include studies [...]
TV, film and DVD education center Video Symphony in Hollywood has re-launched its 3D FX/Animation course curriculum. The program will now be led by noted visual effects artist Paul Runyan, whose credits include the TV series Max Steele and Starship Troopers: Chronicles. According to Video Symphony president Mike Flanagan, the [...]
The School of Cinema-Television at the University of Southern California (USC) is now introducing SOFTIMAGE|XSI software in two of its Master of Fine Arts programs. As part of Softimage’s academic outreach efforts, the company recently placed licenses of its nonlinear 3D production environment in the school to help train graduate [...]
Clay animation maestro Will Vinton will be a guest speaker at a two-week film camp hosted by Oregon3D Inc., The Center for Visualization Technologies. The former founder and director of Will Vinton Studios will join the camp as part of the lecture series, providing students with insight from past projects [...]
Haig Bedrossian will be teaching a new course in Flash Animation at Max the Mutt Animation School in Toronto, Canada. The traditional and 3D artist started animating in Japan on Yoshiaki Kawajiri’s anime favorite Wicked City. With more than 15 years of production experience, Haig draws from a pantheon of [...]