40 posts tagged

Digital Arts

  

Thesis Spotlight: Meraki Marries Visual Effects and Animation to Tell a Warrior's Story

May 8, 2018 by | Animation/Visual Effects

Blending stop motion, Taylor Johnston’s (BFA/DA ’18) area of expertise, and the computer graphic prowess of Austin Piko (BFA/DA ’18), the team behind Meraki are making the only stop-motion animation thesis film to come from Dodge College this year. The team is excited to bring the magic of three-dimensional animation to audiences with this film. Magic

Immerse yourself in the future with our new Minor In VR and AR

February 1, 2018 by Dodge College Staff | Academics

As the media continues to buzz about the commercial and artistic opportunities made possible by new virtual and augmented reality technologies, students are looking for ways to get a head start in this emerging field. By adding a minor in Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality (VR and AR) available in fall 2018, students can explore

Storytelling Advice from Oscar-Winning Director Mark Andrews (BRAVE)

October 26, 2017 by Meg Greene | Guests

“To have someone feel like they’ve experienced the same thing as you, that’s what we’re doing as filmmakers,” Oscar-winning director Mark Andrews (Brave) reflected to a room of burgeoning storytellers in professor Bill Kroyer’s History and Aesthetics of Digital Arts class. The Pixar director provided a live storyboarding demonstration, presenting a concept storyboard for Disney•Pixar’s The Incredibles and

Join us for our First Cut 2017 Film Showcase in LA, NYC, Orange, and Seattle Presented by the Leo Freedman Foundation

August 21, 2017 by | Events

Every year, Dodge College puts on the Leo Freedman Foundation First Cut Screenings to premiere our top films from the previous year. This year’s show will screen in Los Angeles, New York City, Orange, and our newest addition – Seattle – to showcase these exemplary films to industry professionals, media, alumni, prospective students, and their

Film Festival Kudos for July

July 13, 2017 by Kevin Harman | Kudos!

Four films have been selected for the Oscar-Qualifying 35th Annual Rhode Island International Film Festival including Ashton Avila’s I GOT YOU BABE, Grant Moore’s PICKLE, Tom Teller’s ICARUS, Gareth Burghes’ LIFE & ATROPHY in a World Premiere Five of our films have been accepted to the 36th Annual Breckenridge Film Festival in Colorado including Brian Robau’s

CU Alums Explore E3

June 26, 2017 by Samuel Prince | Alumni

This year the Electronic Entertainment Exposition rolled into Los Angeles with a record 68,400 attendees. For the first time, event organizers elected to open the doors to the general public with tickets available to non-industry insiders. Many Chapman alumni were in attendance for the largest E3 ever. We reached out to a few to find