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03-24-13

DMF: Digital Media Festival Submissions

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You are invited to the submit your digital media works to the 15th annual DMF: Digital Media Festival, held at the Athens Theater. This event is sponsored by the Digital Arts program and student organization GHM: Green Hat Media and we will expect work in these three categories, Video and Animation, Fixed Media Audio Works, Interactive Media. Submissions are open to all currently enrolled Stetson students, deadline for submission is 04.05.13 5:00pm

SUBMISSIONS

Interactive Art
Online Submission Form http://www2.stetson.edu/diga/fmi-interactive-art-submission/
04.05.13 5:00pm
Submission open to all interactive works created by currently enrolled Stetson students. Accepted submissions will be installed throughout the Athens Theater and eligible for two awards, Best Interactive Award and Audience Choice. 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 16th 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/
04.05.13 5:00pm
Submission open to all fixed media audio works created by currently enrolled Stetson students . Accepted submission will be considered for four cash award categories First Place, Second Place, Third Place and Audience Choice. 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/
04.05.13 5:00pm
Submissions open to all video and animation works created by currently enrolled Stetson students. Accepted submission 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 8th 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 Stephen Ellis sjellis@stetson.edu

03-18-13

Digital Arts Senior Project Exhibition

You are invited to Attend the Digital Arts Senior Project Exhibition opening reception Monday 03.25.13 6:00-8:00pm at the Hand Art Center, Stetson University. The exhibition is on display from 03.25.13 until 04.05.13 and free and open to the public. For further information call 386-822-7270

View a PDF of the 2013 Senior Project Exhibition Catalog

03-08-13

jQuery Mobile workshop by Ray Villalobos

When: Thursday, March 21st at 4pm
Where: DIGA Lab, Davis 106


Stetson University and the Digital Arts Program is proud to announce a free jQuery Mobile workshop by Author and developer Ray Villalobos.

About Ray Villalobos:

Ray Villalobos is a full-time author and teacher at lynda.com. He is also a speaker and author of the book, Exploring Multimedia for Designers. He has more than 20 years experience in developing and programming multimedia projects. Previously at Entravision Communications, he designed and developed a network of radio station and TV web sites. As a senior producer for Tribune Interactive, he was responsible for designing orlandosentinel.com and for creating immersive multimedia projects and Flash games for the site.

About jQuery Mobile:

jQuery Mobile is one of the fastest and most popular ways to build web applications for smartphones and tablets. This course covers the major workflow elements of creating mobile applications with jQuery Mobile, starting with a basic app using components, themes, and dialogs. Author Ray Villalobos also shows how to make your project dynamic and acquire data from other WordPress sites using the WordPress JSON plug-in. Plus, discover how to extend your application through theming, custom icons, and data feeds from services such as ThemeRoller and the YouTube, Flickr, and Twitter APIs.

You can follow Ray @planetoftheweb on Twitter or visit his websites at planetoftheweb.com and iviewsource.com