</hackerjacks> Nerds of a Feather Code Together Join the programming club </hackerjacks>! We are a student run club that explores fun programming topics and how to apply them in your life! Join us for our second meeting where we will talk about Technical Art and Plugin Scripting. Our second meeting will… Continue Reading </hackerjacks>
Showcase Thanks to all the students who submitted work this semester! Explore their work by scrolling through the post or jumping to specific student’s work via these links: Sesash Gutierrez, Chase Kile, Nicholas Eisner, Eric Kwon, Joseph Poselenzny, Nina Moldawsky, Ryan Ruocco, Trang Nguyen, Kathryn Schoen New Mexico Dining Room… Continue Reading Student Work Showcase: Spring 2021
In the Interactive Arts and Media Department, our students work with new and emerging technologies to create the immersive experiences of the future. We’re at the forefront of creative tech—from video games and animation to virtual reality (VR) and app development. Our multimedia storytellers of user experience designers, animators, game… Continue Reading Presenting the IAM 2021 Manifest Showcase!
We are looking for student work to feature on the IAM website in an online showcase to celebrate the end of the semester. Make something cool this semester? All media are wanted – apps, games, websites, animations, 3D renders, wireframes, code, etc. We want to see it! Fill out the… Continue Reading Call for Student Work Spring 2021 📣
Showcase Thanks to all the students who submitted work this semester! Explore their work by scrolling through the post or jumping to specific student’s work via these links: Sarah Shaw, Genus Griggs, Angelica Barbosa, Joseph Poselenzny, Charles Fatuki, Five Verrier, Bayan Jarad, Marco D’Andrea, Shelby Lerner, Michael Rivera, Juliette Castillo,… Continue Reading Student Work Showcase: Fall 2020
We are looking for student work to feature on the IAM website in an online showcase to celebrate the end of the semester. Make something cool this semester? All media are wanted – apps, games, websites, animations, 3D renders, wireframes, code, etc. We want to see it! Fill out the… Continue Reading Call for Student Work Fall 2020 📣
Congratulations to IAM faculty member Julian Grant whose film CORIANDER & A PENNY’S WORTH OF LONESOME won the Gold Award in Animation from the International Independent Film Awards! Per their website, the International Independent Film Awards is dedicated to showcasing and celebrating the many talented independent filmmakers and artists from… Continue Reading Congratulations Professor Julian Grant!
If you are planning on taking Application Design in Spring 2021, we recommend you take the Code Sprint series in the fall. They have been created to prepare students to get the most of Application Design, and the three 1-credit classes together can be a substitute for Data Design!Continue Reading Sign up for Code Sprint!
As Columbia College adjusts to distance learning, Interactive Arts and Media faculty continue to lead the charge in providing students with innovative approaches to classwork and remote resources. This post comes from Joshua A. Fisher, Assistant Professor of Immersive Media: If this were any other year, our students would be… Continue Reading Coming Together as Artists in Challenging Times
As Columbia College Chicago continues to adjust to distance learning, IAM’s group of talented student workers have been shifting their regular Open Lab duties to the remote realm. We spoke with Zoey Reyes about how tutoring has changed during these challenging times and what resources students can make use of… Continue Reading How Tutoring Has Changed: A Q&A with Zoey Reyes
The school’s substantial investments in recent years paved the way, and even included remotely accessible high-performance virtual media workstations, including powerful graphics accelerators, allowing students to do complex media production like video editing, software development, and animation – without having those high-powered machines and all that expensive software installed at home.Continue Reading Making Distance Learning Count for Creatives