Applications for the Fine and Performing Arts Scholars Program are due by Friday, March 15th.
At its tenth anniversary conference on November 9, 2012, the International Digital Media and Arts Association presented the Student Showcase Award to East Tennessee State University’s Digital Media Program. The Digital Media Program presented works from 20 students ranging from 3D visual effects and animation, motion graphics, video and print design.
The Digital Media Seniors will be presenting their portfolios to the public, and the Advanced Raster Based imaging students will be presenting their experimental digital art on May 4 at 5:00 in the Digital Media Center. This will include digital animation, digital video, technical direction, game level design, visual effects, and 2D design.
ETSU’s new president, Dr. Brian Noland, toured the digital media center last Friday.
$1,000 scholarship for a student who is studying animation at an accredited institution, demonstrates artistic talent, and desires to make animation her career.
East Tennessee State University’s Digital Media program is excited to announce the Interaction and Game Design concentration starting in FALL 2012. After working for several years to
develop a game design curriculum specializing in 3D game design implementing the latest gaming technologies from game engines to high poly sculpting the new Interaction and Game Design concentration is here, pending TBR approval.
The Wayne G. Basler Incentive Scholarship was established in 1992 by a long-time friend of the university, Mr. Wayne G. Basler, and the application is due on March 31.
ETSU Digital Media Students and Faculty made a great showing in the 2012 American Advertising Federation-Northeast Tennessee ADDY Awards.
Interior renderings from the 3D Lighting and Rendering class.
Chase Cooper, digital media graduate in 2007, is up for a prestigious Annie award for his technical direction work on Rango.