No. 1 for Game Design and Animation

The Department of Digital Media has received accolades from the online resource Animation Career Review which has ranked ETSU among the top animation and game design schools in the South in their 2021 review. No. 1 in Tennessee for Game Design No. 1 in Tennessee for Animation Top 20 in the South East Tennessee State University has been ranked No. 1 in Tennessee as the top school for game design, as well as animation. It is also positioned among the Top 20 Game Design and Animation Colleges in the South, ranking No. 12 for its animation program and No. 17 Continue Reading

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Overmountain Animation Festival 2021

Six Different Shows to Watch The Overmountain Animation Festival had its live streaming event August 12th, 13th and 14th. You can watch each of the shows again at overmountainanimation.com/schedule.  All in all, the six shows represent a total of more than 60 animation shorts. This collection truly has something for every walk of life, both young and old. Tune in on the Overmountain Animation website to find the stream, get a full list of the films, or learn about our judges and past winners. Since 2005, ETSU’s Department of Digital Media has hosted this annual, curated showcase of animation shorts. Continue Reading

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DIGM Alum on Black Lives Matter

“Hearing the stories of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd these past few weeks and months has torn my heart apart. I’ve had trouble sleeping the past few nights as I reflect on the part that racism has played in my life. I’ve realized I’ve stayed silent for too long on these issues. From the moment I was born I was aware of how different I was. As a mixed child raised by a white family I questioned why I looked different from everyone around me. I would ask my Mom constantly if I was adopted. Fortunately, my family Continue Reading

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ETSU Team Reaches Finals at NSAC

ETSU’s National Student Advertising team placed in the top nine of the National Student Advertising Competition semi-finals after winning first place in the district 7 competition. This is the second time in three years that ETSU students have competed at the finals. Students on the NSAC team represent the ETSU Departments of Media and Communication, Art and Design and Digital Media. This semester, they collaborated to create an advertising solution for the 2020 competition client, Adobe. At the district level, the team competed against eight other universities, including second place winner the University of Alabama and third place winner Lee Continue Reading

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