The NYC game industry is thriving and is the home to developers, producers, marketers, and editors. On March 27 at SVA Theatre, hear from gaming experts who share how you can level up your skills, and turn your passion for games into a career. Free RSVP!
| The NYC game industry is thriving and is the home to developers, producers, marketers, and editors. On March 27 at SVA Theatre, hear from gaming experts who share how you can level up your skills, and turn your passion for games into a career. Free RSVP! Featuring: Fox Chen, Co-founder and CTO, Mokuni Games |
Timothy Doolen, Visual Developer, Graceful Decay
Vonnetta Ewing, Director of Talent Acquisition, Take Two Interactive Susanna Pollack, President, Games for Change
Moderator: Krysti Pryde, Brand Marketing Manager, Tilting Point RSVP Upcoming Panels:
| RSVP The Art of the Audio Interview|
April 16, 6:30 PM, The Greene Space
We are in a golden age of the audio interview. What are the secrets behind great audio interviews? Hear hosts and producers from WNYC reveal how they produce and present compelling programming that is changing how we experience news, information and entertainment.
The One Club has a special invite for Queens College students for the opportunity to participate in the upcoming Creative Boot Camp below.
New York, NY Creative Boot Camp April 9th – 12th
On April9th – 12th we are hosting another FREE Creative Boot Camp (CBC) in New York, NY. Students will have the opportunity to work on a real client brief to produce a 360 advertising campaign and pitch it to the client on final presentation day! This workshop is a special occasion for students interested in an advertising career or those whose trajectory is to become a successful strategist, art director, or copywriter.
The Creative Boot Camp is FREE and open to all current students and recent graduates BUT you must register to attend!
For more information and to register, Click here for NYC CBC
Course Name: ARTS 370-VT: Special Topics in Design-Intro to AR/VR
Class Number: 42389
Day & Time: Wednesdays 6:00 PM – 9:50 PM
Instructor: Michelle Cortese
Intro to AR/VR Students will learn how to create mobile Augmented Reality (AR) applications (for Facebook and Instagram) using Spark AR Studio and simple Virtual Reality (VR) applications (for the Oculus rift) using Unity 3D game engine.
Prerequisite: Some experience with 3D design and/or computer programming suggested but not required.
Course Name: ARTS 370-VT: Special Topics in Design-Animation 2/3
Class Number: 42394
Day & Time: Wednesdays 1:40 PM – 5:30 PM
Instructor: Dustin Grella
Students with experience in animation production will be exploring the experimental documentary genre to create a 1-2 minute complete animation that can be used for presentation in publications or film festivals. Topics we will cover during the course of making the film will be writing a creative brief, audio recording, storyboarding, concept art, animatics, shot lists, file organization and presentation of the film. Students interested in completing a 2-4 minute animation can contact Professor Grella to discuss ideas and taking this course for two consecutive semesters.
Prerequisite: ARTS193 VT: Intro to Digital Animation and ideally at least one other animation course
Professor Grella is an animator and documentary filmmaker whose work has screened at Sundance and Cannes Film Festivals as well as the Museum of Modern Art, has been published in the New York Times and has won the Walt Disney Award at the Ottawa International Animation Festival.
Course Name: ARTS 370-VT: Special Topics in Design-Physical Computing.
Class Number: 42383
Day & Time: Wednesdays 1:40 PM – 5:30 PM
Instructor: Danne Woo
Physical Computing. Using a keyboard and mouse is not how we interact with each other in the real world, so why do we still use these archaic tools to communicate with our machines? In this course we will be focusing on how we can design physical interfaces and use microprocessors like the Arduino, along with sensors, motors, knobs, switches, cameras, etc. to allow humans to more naturally interact with digital and physical installations.
Course Name: ARTS 370-VT: Special Topics in Design-Typeface Design.
Class Number: 42395
Day & Time: Tuesdays 2:00 PM – 5:50 PM
Instructor: Thomas Jockin
Typeface Design. This course will enable students to learn the tools of modern typeface design and take students through concept generation and creating a digital font. This is a great elective course for students interested in communication design and user experience design.
Note: Apple Computers are required for this class, the software isn’t available for a PC.
- Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Please apply sooner rather than later. The deadline to apply is Friday, March 22 at 3 p.m. We will NOT be considering candidates who do not include a cover letter in their application.
The New York Times is seeking a Summer Marketing Design Intern to join its growing Marketing Creative team and support the mission of quality journalism.
Who we areEvery day, journalists at the New York Times report more than 200 stories from dozens of countries around the world on topics ranging from major international events to the best way to roast a chicken. Millions of users around the globe read, listen to and watch our stories across our web and mobile products. The New York Times has set the standard for journalistic excellence for over a century and a half — yet our newsroom’s ambition has never been higher. Our marketing team matches that ambition, as we work to help people understand what makes The Times different and worth paying for.Our team consists of marketers, media strategists, in-house creatives, researchers and brand strategists. We share a passion for creating brand experiences, connections and stories designed to inspire our readers every day.
The Marketing Design Intern works alongside art directors, designers and copywriters in a fast-paced in-house design team. The intern will assist with diverse day-to-day projects and help in the development of creative marketing campaigns, production of print and digital assets, as well as design research and audits.Who should applyUndergraduate design students who are pursuing a degree in graphic design, advertising, or visual communication and are passionate about journalism and the mission of The New York Times are encouraged to apply.Requirements:
- You are a rising junior, rising senior, or a graduating senior pursuing a design degree
- A desire to learn about digital and print marketing
- Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite
- Experience with print and digital production is a plus but not a requirement
- Experience with Sketch is a plus but not a requirement
Culture and benefits
- Interning at The New York Times is a unique opportunity to work at a historic and innovative global media organization dedicated to enhancing society by creating, collecting and distributing high-quality news and information.
- You will be helping to power, distribute and expand what is possible for our award-winning journalism
- We run a week-long maker event during the summer, where Design, Product, Project, Marketing and Technology come together to work on creative, cross-functional projects
- NYT interns benefit from competitive pay, great perks and influential networking
AIGA Worldstudio scholarships benefit minority and economically disadvantaged students who are studying photography, illustration, and design disciplines in colleges and universities in the United States. Scholarships are awarded to encourage social and environmental responsibility and cultural awareness in the next generation of artists and designers.
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The application for the 2019–2020 academic school year is now open. Keep an eye on this page or follow @AIGAdesign for updates.
Download and read the application instructions in advance of the deadline. This packet is your go-to guide and contains all you need to know about eligibility, the application and portfolio requirements, selection and notification process, required financial documentation, and more.
Exceptions to eligibility requirements or to the deadline will not be made. Be sure to read the application instructions in full.
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About the AIGA Worldstudio scholarship
Our primary aims are to increase diversity in the creative professions, and to foster social and environmental responsibility in the artists, designers, and studios of tomorrow. Scholarship recipients are selected not only for their talent and their need, but also for their demonstrated commitment to giving back to the larger community through their work. Each award is paid directly to the recipient’s school and applied toward tuition.
Since its inception in 1995, AIGA Worldstudio scholarships has awarded more than one million dollars to 700+ minority and economically disadvantaged college students of art and design.
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