What’s new in the Digital Media Arts Department? Information about classes, events, Junior Portfolio Review and much more. For all current and prospective DMA majors.
Our annual Info Session is Thurs September 19th, 4-5pm, in Drew Hall Conference Room 65.
Pizza will be served!
The TCFF Film Fellows program is designed to educate, motivate, and inspire up-and-coming filmmaking high school and college students during the 2019 Twin Cities Film Fest, October 16-26.
The Film Fellow Program includes: Industry Night, Filmmaker Brunch, Film Screenings, Special Conversations with Visiting Filmmakers and Educational Panels and Workshops. A faculty advisory group will be supervising the film fellows. All Film Fellows must provide their own housing, transportation and most meals during the three day experience.
Who can apply? Any high school (junior or senior) or post secondary (university, college or tech school) student who has taken classes or is majoring in some aspect of film. This includes directing, producing, cinematography, screenwriting, animation, editing, FX, etc……
How to apply? The application process is simple. Fill out the application form below and submit it before the September 16th deadline.
Selection Notification? All applicants will be notified about the outcome of the selection process around September 23rd.
Questions? All questions should be directed to the TCFF Education Director, Nick Swedlund firstname.lastname@example.org
The animation of John Akre, Adjunct Instructor in the Department of Digital Media Arts, will be featured in the Northern Exposure film series at the Trylon Microcinema on Wednesday, February 22 at 7 p.m and 9 pm. Northern Exposure is a series at the Trylon Microcinema in Minneapolis that features the work of a local filmmaker every quarter.
Akre is a prolific creator, teacher, and animation advocate. He founded the annnual MinnAnimate festival. This retrospective, spanning a decade, highlights his collage-like work- both fiction and nonfiction-all of which is visually imaginative and deeply honest.
The screening features more than 20 animated shorts created over ten years.
GET TICKETS WHILE THEY LAST!
Akre will be present for a Q and A after each show.
Storied Spaces is a locative media project that delivers audio stories to your phone when you are at a specific location.
And find your way to one of the hotspots marked on map. Stories are only available inside the blue zones.
Storied Spaces is a final project for DMA3980 Emerging Forms. To pitch your story ideas contact dryan04 at hamline.edu!
The DMA Logo Competition has been extended to Sunday, November 7th, Midnight.
Submit entries as a PDF file attached to an email to:
with LOGO COMPETITION ENTRY in the subject line.
Junior Cole Mayer is looking for students interested in being part of a broadcast production team. The IT department recently bought a Tricaster (switcher) and now has the capabilities to live stream events. These events are Athletic events, HUSC general assembly and other interesting on campus events. Team members will be paid. People interested learning about broadcasting and being part of production team should email Cole email@example.com
The Oracle, Hamline’s Independent Student Newspaper is currently looking for a web editor. This is a paid position. The Web editor is responsible for updating the Oracle Website on a weekly basis. The person should also be able to stay on top of trends and news on the internet and updating the website to be as accurate and timely as possible. There should be a lot of focus on the visual appeal of the website. Stop into Drew science 106 to apply or at our website www.hamlineoralce.com
The Digital Media Arts department is sadly, logo-less. So we’re making it a competition. All designers interested in submitting a design must attend an information session to get full information on our expectations, how to enter, and some tips for a successful submission.
Weds, October 7th, 12:30 pm, BML#21.