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Digital Arts


Daniel Drummond (BFA/DA’14) Wins Student Academy Award First Award of its kind for Chapman University

September 18, 2015 by Dodge College Staff | Press Releases

Orange, CA (September 18, 2015) – The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences honored 15 student winners from colleges and universities around the world at the 42nd Student Academy Awards ceremony held September 17 at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills where Daniel Drummond became the first Chapman student to win a Student Academy Award. Drummond,

Digital Arts Thesis Screening Gallery

June 3, 2015 by | Events

Though it’s been a few weeks since graduation, we’re still sorting through all the things that have happened at the end of the year. A lot has been going on! For example, the Digital Arts Thesis Screenings took place just before graduation weekend, and Bill Kroyer put on quite the show. I mean, come

Our Night With Oscar

February 20, 2015 by Rachel Beltran | Beyond Dodge

EDITORS NOTE: Rachel Beltran (BFA/Digitial Arts ’17) is one of our many talented Digital Arts students. She, along with some classmates, had the opportunity to go to Los Angeles to check out the Academy Award nominated animated and short films. She was kind enough to share her experience with us. It didn’t really hit

Take an inside look into the animated film “Frozen” with director Chris Buck

April 30, 2014 by Bogart Avila | Events

On Monday, May 5 Dodge College is excited to welcome Chris Buck, the director of the box office hit Frozen. Buck will discuss his work on the film, screen clips and discuss his experience in the animation industry. With over twenty years of experience, Buck directed Frozen after working in animation, art direction, story and

Long Story Short, Chapman Duo Creates YouTube Success

March 24, 2014 by | Alumni

A duo that describes themselves as “not funny at all” and say if they wrote a comedy for YouTube it would die, is, in itself, a funny statement looking at the success of Chapman duo Almog Avidan Antonir (BFA/Film Prod.’13) and Tom Assam-Miller’s (BFA/Screen Acting’14) latest web series Long Story Short. Citing dry humor and

Special Guest John Knoll Connects VFX Past to Present

December 5, 2013 by | Events

Professor Bill Kroyer’s History and Aesthetics of Digital Arts class enjoyed an amazing treat last night, as they heard from one of the founding fathers of modern visual effects: John Knoll. The class began, as always, with 3 brief student presentations, on their favorite aspects of their favorite digital film: Lilo & Stitch: for representing

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