ITGM Student Wins Competition September 25, 2008Posted by sfdm in : Announcements , comments closed
ITGM student Daniel Mehltretter’s team for Metal Gear Solid 4 Online (aka MGO) recently became the first place team in North America. Mehltretter’s team won $4000 and an expense paid trip to the Tokyo Game Show for the World Championship, where six teams from around the world, composed of the best MGO players, will compete for a yet to be announced prize. Mehltretter also won first place in the Metal Gear Online Tournament in San Diego at Comic Con, winning a Playstation 3 signed by the designer of the game and by the designer of the characters, $1000, a signed poster, and limited edition T-shirt.
There is a video on www.ign.com showing this event:
For the first time, Savannah Music Festival is inviting submissions for a new tee shirt design. The winning design will be featured in the 2009 season product line, with the top designer receiving $500 and six tickets to any 2009 concerts of their choosing. All can enter!
More details and templates are available at
Check out the festival website and you will see the contest and what is required. This is a great opportunity to get your work out there.
Siggraph Space-Time Competition April 30, 2008Posted by sfdm in : Competition , comments closed
Siggraph Space-Time Competition and Exhibition-Admission Deadline May 15
The Space-Time competition is an international juried exhibition for students currently enrolled in school who are working in computer graphics and digital arts. The exhibition captures the state of creative computer-based student work and acts as an annual slice of the computer graphics continuum. Primary, secondary, and college or university students are encouraged to apply and the submissions will be handled separately.
All accepted artwork and projects will be on exhibit at the Siggraph Conference. They will also tour nationally and internationally for a year with the Space-Time Traveling Student Exhibition.
There are three areas of work accepted. They are, Print, Linear Animation, and Interactive Works.
The submissions are done online at, https://sis.siggraph.org/cgi-bin/SIS_SSL.py
You need to create a login to submit work. Once you have done that you can pick the submission form from a list.
Anyone who submits contact Suzan Ertumen at firstname.lastname@example.org.