At Digital Media Arts College (DMAC), digital arts is all we do! Our immersive environment prepares you for an exciting career in graphic design, computer animation, web design, programming, game art or visual effects animation, supported by innovative technology and uniquely qualified professors. 6 great reasons to choose DMAC read more....
Animators: here's your chance to put yourself, South Florida and DMAC on the animation map!
Mauricio Ferrazza, President and Founder of MIA/Animation will be at Digital Media Arts College this Thursday, August 7, 2014. Ferrazza will talk about all the opportunities at this year’s MIA/ANIMATION Conference set for October 10 and 11. You will have a chance to win FREE TICKETS to the Animation Festival.
Time: 12:00 PM
Location: DMAC Campus, room 151
DMAC Graduate Lino Cristofaro just worked as a Character Animator on the feature animated "The Book of Life" form ReelFx Studios. The movies will be released October 2014.
A preview of the film can be seen at http://trailers.apple.com/trailers/fox/thebookoflife
The official movie website is http://www.bookoflifemovie.com/
Florida-based Digital Media Arts College (DMAC) to launch two new online degree programs this summer in order to provide a more convenient and accessible high-quality education to students.
Starting June 30, 2014, Digital Media Arts College (DMAC) will be offering two new online degree programs for students around the country.
Alexandria Gribble, Manager of Online Education, says students will now be able to complete a Master's Degree in Web Design and Technology or an Associate's Degree in Science and Multimedia Design completely online. Along with Gribble, Sunny Sharma, President of Digital Media Arts College, and Dr. Diana Lawrence, Dean of Academic Affairs, were involved in the development of the degree programs.
Gribble says the degree programs, which have been in development since November 2013, were created with students in mind. They allow students to complete the coursework at their own convenience, and the programs can be completed most states. This makes the programs an especially attractive option for people with full-time jobs who also want to continue their education.
"The programs offer students a more interactive experience that is convenient for them," she explains. "It allows students to work at their own pace and complete the program at the times that are best for them."
In addition to being a convenient option that caters to students' schedules, these online programs are also taught by the same high-quality faculty and feature the same high-caliber digital arts education that all on-campus DMAC students receive.
"The courses are taught by high-quality professors that meet the standards of both online and traditional schooling," says Gribble. "The courses consist of video lectures, both recorded and live, and interactive programs to replace tools like flashcards."
Gribble said that while DMAC is still developing a variety of other online courses and degree programs, "We are excited to launch the ones that are completed so far." Students should anticipate a wide variety of online degree programs to be offered in the future.
About Digital Media Arts College
Digital Media Arts College (www.dmac.edu) is a private, accredited arts college located in Boca Raton, Fla. The school offers specialized Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in Computer Animation (available with a concentration in Game Art) and Graphic Design (available with a concentration in Advertising Design), Bachelor of Science degree in Web Design and Development (available with a concentration in Programming), Associate of Science degrees in Graphic Design and Multimedia Design as well as Professional Certificates. At the graduate-level, DMAC offers Master of Fine Arts degrees in Visual Effects Animation and Graphic & Web Design as well as Master of Science in Web Design & Technology. DMAC offers both campus and online degrees.
Alexandria Gribble, Manager of Online Education
Digital Media Arts College
5400 Broken Sound Blvd NW
Boca Raton, FL 33487
Digital Media Arts College (DMAC) is proud to announce the winners of the 8th Annual Scholarship Competition held on March 8th, 2014. This year's first place winner of a DMAC full scholarship is Delaney Harrison from The Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts.Our second place winner is Anthony Smith from Boyd Anderson High School and our third place winner is Terner Thompson from Unionville High School.
DMAC presents this drawing competition every year for all high school seniors. One FULL UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP is awarded towards a Bachelor's degree in Graphic Design, Computer Animation, Web Design & Development or Programming, as well as partial scholarships worth $20,000 and $15,000.