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04-28-11

Spice up your resume

04-25-11

Alumni Kevin Hale sells startup for 35 Million!

A few years ago (2006) Alumni Kevin Hale (DIGA/ART) and a few friends started Wufoo, an online form building site, with some modest startup  funds from Y Combinator. Recently they sold Wufoo to SurveyMonkey for 35 MIllion! Congratulations Kevin!!! Read here for more info.

04-21-11

Festival of the Moving Image Awards

First Place Video and Animation
Michelle DuCharme & Sarah Buetens
Eynn Kurükänn Diciytau To

Second Place Video and Animation
Philip Meisner
Invisible Man

Third Place Video and Animation
Colin Ferland
Blackout

Audience Choice Video and Animation
Michelle DuCharme & Sarah Buetens

Best Sound Art

Jon Van Hoff
Thinkin bout yer body
Listen to MP3 here SquidKnife – Thinkin bout yer body

Best Interactive Art

Joseph Zuyus
Blenduino

04-21-11

Deep into the Blue @ FMI

Leo Dezes performs his Senior Thesis project Deep into the Blue at the Athens Theater during our Festival of the Moving Image. Check out more photos here

04-20-11

FMI tonight!

If you’re in DeLand, it is time to get down to the Athens Theater.  The show is starting…

04-12-11

Be Your Own Souvenir

Bill Ball sent me the link to this video documentation for a project called Be Your Own Souvenir by a group known as blablabLAB.  It’s a great example of how you can combine technologies to create something truly unique.

Be Your Own Souvenir! from blablabLAB on Vimeo.

04-07-11

Kinect instrument

Tim Thompson has used a Kinect to develop a new instrument he calls the MultiMultiTouchTouch.  Read about it here or check it out in the following video:

04-06-11

12:51 cover story

Check out the latest issue of 12:51 magazine, featuring alums David Plakon (DIGA Sound 2009) and Stephen Garza (MUTE 2010) on the cover.  The cover story is a feature on their band An Introduction to Sunshine and their rise to prominence on the Central Florida indie music scene.  Visit the magazine’s website, where you can download a digital copy or order the print version.

An Introduction to Sunshine on the cover of this month's 12:51.

04-01-11

13th Annual Festival of the Moving Image

INFO

Come celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Digital Arts program at Stetson University by attending our 13th annual Festival of the Moving Image.
This year the Digital Arts program and  student organization Green Hat Media will expand our usual video and animation festival to also include interactive art, sound art, audio visual performance and music all created by Stetson students.
April 19th, 2011
Athens Theater
8:00 Doors open, interactive art works and music listening station in the lobby, live music performed by Jon Von Hoff aka SquidKnife
8:30 Video and Animation screening featuring video and animations by Stetson students
9:15 Awards Ceremony
9:30-10:30 Live audio visual performance of Leo Dezes’ senior thesis project Deep into the Blue

SUBMISSIONS

Submissions are open to all Stetson students, deadline for all submissions is 04.14.11 9:00pm

Interactive Art
Online Submission Form http://www2.stetson.edu/diga/fmi-interactive-art-submission/
Deadline 04.14.11 9:00pm
Submission open to all interactive works created by currently enrolled Stetson students. Accepted submissions will be installed throughout the Athens Theater. Submissions must include video documentation of your project hosted by youtube or vimeo. Please list all technical and space requirement and make note of what equipment you can supply and what equipment you will need provided. Please list name, group members name, email, title, url, technical and space requirements. If selected you will be required to help install your project on the 19th of April. For questions regarding this entry email Matt Roberts mroberts@stetson.edu

Fixed Media Audio Works
Online Submission Form http://www2.stetson.edu/diga/fmi-sound-submissions/
Deadline 04.14.11 9:00pm
Submission open to all fixed media audio works created by currently enrolled Stetson students . Accepted submissions will be part of a listening station placed in the lobby of the Athens Theater. All submissions must be in stereo mp3 format and hosted online (sound cloud is recommended). Please list the following using the online submission form name, email, title, length, short description and credits, and url. For questions regarding this entry email Nathan Wolek nwolek@stetson,edu

Video and Animation
Online Submission Form http://www2.stetson.edu/diga/fmi-video-submissions/
Deadline 04.14.11 9:00pm
Submissions open to all video and animation works created by currently enrolled Stetson students. Accepted submission will be screened on the main projection screen of the Athens Theater and will be considered for four cash award categories First Place, Second Place, Third Place and Audience Choice. All submissions must include a url to a video hosted by vimeo or youtube. If selected you must be able to provide a high quality version, in quicktime format, of your submission by the 17th of April. Please list the following using the online submission form name, email, title, length, url, description and credits. For questions regarding this entry email Derek Larson dlarson@stetson.edu