David McCandless over at Information is Beautiful asked the question: “How much do music artists earn online?” The answer comes in the form of a visualization that captures how many units must be sold each month in order for an artist to earn a minimum wage. The answers it reveals may surprise you and shape your business strategy if you are thinking about being a music artist. Definitely worth a look for independent musicians out there.
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- visit Information is Beautiful – www.informationisbeautiful.net
Digital Arts alum Jhaysonn Pathak (MUTE 2007) is battling Primary Refractory Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, a disease that requires a bone marrow transplant from his donor brother. Stetson will be hosting a benefit concert in Lee Chapel on March 3 to help raise funds for uncovered medical expenses and post-transplant care. There will also be an event called Jammin for Jhaysonn in Jacksonville on March 6.
Jhaysonn is passionate about the power of making art with computers. He was a member of MPG and travelled with the group to both San Jose and Brooklyn, where his positive attitude and enthusiasm were infectious among the group members. His own music is detailed and consistently blurred the lines between rhythmic and acousmatic electronic music.
You can experience some of Jhaysonn’s work by:
You can show your support in several ways:
- attend the concert in Lee Chapel on March 3 and make a donation
- attend the concert in Jacksonville on March 6 and make a donation
- mail your donation to: ”Jhaysonn’s Cure Donation Fund”, P.O. Box 350405, Jacksonville, FL 32235
- donate online at www.jhaysonnscure.com
Digital Media Alliance Florida is teaming up with several partners to offer a job fair for digital media professionals in Orlando on March 5. Our seniors are soon to hit the job market and some of our alums are keeping their options open. This should be a good event to attend and meet potential employers. Click here to find out more information and register.
More love for Flickchart from the popular social and digital media new site Mashable. People are seriously invested in the pursuit of identifying their favorite movies and this website taps into their need to answer that question, “Which is better: Pulp Fiction or Empire Strikes Back?” Read more about this addictive web service from Nathan Chase (DIGA Art 2001) and his partner Jeremy Thompson.
An immediated autodocumentary shot, edited and screened at the Transmediale festival 2011 in Berlin, Germany. Some great ideas here!
Recent DIGA grad Sean Kinberger teamed up with a few other Stetson alumni to start a new business venture, FLomotion. Make sure you check out Sean’s designs and show your support by buying something! http://www.theflomo.com
Experimental Video, Spring 2011