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
Online Submission Form http://www2.stetson.edu/diga/fmi-interactive-art-submission/
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 email@example.com
Fixed Media Audio Works
Online Submission Form http://www2.stetson.edu/diga/fmi-sound-submissions/
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Video and Animation
Online Submission Form http://www2.stetson.edu/diga/fmi-video-submissions/
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 email@example.com
Intel Labs is currently accepting applications for a Creative Technologist! Looks Like a perfect fit for our graduates
We are currently accepting applications for a Creative Technologist. The successful candidate will be joining a world-class team of industry researchers with a wide variety of disciplinary backgrounds including social scientists, design researchers, interaction designers, human factors engineers, strategic planners, and technology innovators….
Kaiju Sushi in New Smyrna is looking to form a hacker/maker group that would meet weekly at their restaurant. The first meeting will be Tuesday, Sept 6 @ 7pm. Should be of interest to some of our students and alumni, especially those who took DIGA 231. You can learn more about the group in this blog post. As their announcement says:
Kaiju is hosting a hackspace for the New Smyrna, Deland, Daytona, Port Orange, and Ormond areas. We’re looking for talented young engineers, software developers, makers, and modders to team up with experienced Space Coast workers to build new projects. Our focus is to:
- Get you working with other talent to give your projects the momentum they need.
- Give you access to world-class speakers via video conferencing. We want to connect our local hackspace to other groups around the world so we can stay on top of technological and economic trends.
- Learn about patent writing, business incorporation, marketing, and all the tools you’ll need to start a technology business on a tight budget.
Networking, hardware hacking and sushi sounds like a winning combination to me!
Current students: Do you have piece of electronic music that you are particularly proud of? Would you like to hear it on some big speakers in a Lee Chapel concert? Here is your chance!
Submit your music to the Student Composers Concert. It will be held on Friday, April 1st @ 7:30pm.
Submission deadline is soon though – Tuesday, March 22 by 4:00pm. Here’s how to submit:
- send email to mdemurga (at) stetson (dot) edu with the title of your work, a list of performers and a description of your music (50-100 words)
- leave a recording and/or score with the composition department in the mailboxes of the School of Music
The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) Foundation has established a scholarship program to assist women and minority students who are pursuing degrees leading to careers in Computer & Video Game Arts. Up to 30 scholarships of $3,000 each are awarded annually, 15 to graduating high school seniors and 15 to current college students.
Applications begin online today and must be completed before May 15. Applicants must be:
- Women or minority students,
- Pursuing degrees leading to careers in computer and video game arts,
- Enrolled in a full-time undergraduate course of study at an accredited four-year college or university in the United States,
- Maintaining a grade point average of 2.75 or above on a 4.0 scale (or its equivalent), and
- US citizens.
If you are interested in applying, please visit their website for full details.
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.