ZEITGEIST GAMES IS HIRING April 10, 2009Posted by sfdm in : 1 , comments closed
Artists, level designers, animators, designer and producer candidates are encouraged to apply.
PAID INTERNSHIPS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE.
Portfolios due on 4th floor of Montgomery Hall on Wednesday, April 15 by 3pm. Interviews will be scheduled as portfolios are received/reviewed, so you are encouraged to drop your portfolio off early. Interviewing to take place on either April 16 or April 17.
Questions? Brenda Brathwaite – email@example.com
HARMONIX IS HIRING! April 10, 2009Posted by sfdm in : 1 , comments closed
Great artists of all types from all majors are highly encouraged to apply to the company that created ROCK BAND and GUITAR HERO. Jason Arnone, Art Manager, will be reviewing portfolios and interviewing on campus
Thursday, April 16.
Portfolios due on 4th floor of Montgomery Hall on Wednesday, April 15 by 3pm. Interviews will be scheduled as portfolios are received/reviewed, so you are encouraged to drop your portfolio off early.
Questions? Brenda Brathwaite – firstname.lastname@example.org
DreamWorks Portfolios Due April 10, 2009Posted by sfdm in : 1 , comments closed
DreamWorks are looking for your work.
Submit you portfolio by April 17th at 3 p.m. on the fourth floor of Montgomery, behind the greeters desk.
DreamWorks are seeking seniors and graduating grad candidates for the following positions; lighting, texturing, 3D Character Animation, rigging (they have actually just opened 2 spots in their Char TD Challenge). They will also look at exceptional juniors. For this visit DW will not be seeking submissions from modelers or 2D animators.
DreamWorks Presentation! April 10, 2009Posted by sfdm in : 1 , comments closed
DreamWorks will have a presentation and q & a session, on April 21st at 8 pm in the Arnold Hall auditorium.
Gulfstream Seeks Interactive Design Interns April 8, 2009Posted by sfdm in : 1 , comments closed
Interactive Design students are encourages to submit a portfolio for possible internships with Gulfstream this summer and as a part of graduate work in the fall. We are looking for those who are interested or can help develop and maintain websites as well as help develop computer-based training modules. Technical skills required are: HTML, CSS, Photoshop and image manipulation. Preferred but optional skills are: Flash, XMS and Cold Fusion. Portfolios should be placed by April 24, 2009 in the “Gulfstream” bin on the 4th floor of Montgomery Hall. Questions may be directed to Brenda Brathwaite at email@example.com
GDX Rock Band Competition! April 7, 2009Posted by sfdm in : 1 , comments closed
Get your band together and register for the GDX Rock Band Competition! The competition will be held at the conference party on Thursday night starting at 7pm. All band members must be registered to attend GDX and can do so at www.scad.edu/gdx. To register, email your band name and individual members’ names to firstname.lastname@example.org.
GDX is next week! Get your tickets now! April 7, 2009Posted by sfdm in : 1 , comments closed
The Game Developers eXchange, easily the best game conference in all the south east, is coming to SCAD on April 16-17 and features some of the industry’s biggest names including Clint Hocking of Ubisoft, Jason Arnone of Harmonix, Tim Lindsey of CCP, Mark Nelson of Big Huge Games and many, many more.Registration is just $40 and can be done online at www.scad.edu/gdx. Students without credit cards are advised to contact Brenda Brathwaite to make other arrangements at email@example.com.
LAIKA Portfolio Submission Due This Friday! April 7, 2009Posted by sfdm in : 1 , comments closed
LAIKA Portfolio Submissions are Due this Friday, April 10, 2009
You must turn them in by 3 p.m.
Drop Them off Behind The Greeters Desk on the Fourth Floor of Montgomery.
They are looking for: 2D, 3D, Stop Motion Animation, Modeling, Rigging, and TD.
They will also give a presentation, April 14, 2009
At 8 p.m. at the Trustees Theater!
LAIKA’s latest film is “Coraline”
Into The Pixel Game Art Competition! April 7, 2009Posted by sfdm in : 1 , comments closed
Calling All Gamers and Game Artists!
The 2009 Into the Pixel Art Exhibition (ITP) will be an exploration and celebration of the art of the video game, curated by interactive industry veterans and experts from the art establishment.
The Into the Pixel exhibit features sixteen works of video game art, selected by a panel of jurors from a field of submissions gleaned from artists around the world. The exhibition offers an opportunity for published video and computer game artists to be reviewed and recognized by the public and by their peers in both the fine art and video game worlds.
Submit your work at www.intothepixel.com
Deadline: April 10, 2009
Important Submission Guideline: All art submitted must be from published or soon-to-be-published video and/or computer games and must include confirmation of ship dates. This is only open to work that will be published this year.
Maya Modeling Challenge! January 21, 2009Posted by sfdm in : Announcements, Competition, Game , comments closed
We are challenging you to create a unique virtual model using Maya. It could be person, place or thing, so put your imagination to work! (Need inspiration? Check out some of Michael Ingrassia’s work)
Winners will be selected from two categories: amateur and professional. Finalists in each category will be chosen by YOU through a voting system. And don’t be sloppy! Judge Michael Ingrassia will be inspecting the finalists’ working files to make sure the job was done right.
Winners will receive a cash prize and their artwork featured in Computer Graphics World Magazine! (More info on the prizes coming soon)
The deadline to enter is March 31, 2009.
Are you up for the challenge?
Visit www.focalpress.com/mayamodelingcontest.aspx for more information on how to enter. Good luck!
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