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Art Institutes Brings Digital Art Class Series to SIGGRAPH 2003


Art Institutes

is bringing its Digital Art Class Series back to SIGGRAPH 2003. Taking lessons straight from the curriculum of its degree programs in media arts & animation, game art & design and digital arts, The Art Institutes will offer classes in digital photo manipulation, video game design and digital life drawing led by its professional faculty members from across North America.

The Art Institutes has partnered with software and hardware providers, Hewlett Packard, Adobe, Macromedia, Wacom and Corel to show old and new dogs the latest techniques and to bring to life the myriad creative applications for today’s digital artist. The Digital Art Class Series (booth #1915) brings together creative technologies to provide attendees with hands-on, digital arts classes right on the trade show floor.

The Art Institutes’ entire presentation will fill 1,500-square-feet of combined classroom and general exhibit space on the exhibition floor at SIGGRAPH 2003, the 30th International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques to be held July 27 – 31 at the San Diego Convention Center. The exhibit’s main stage will feature the interactive digital art classroom and award-winning student design presentations using industry-related technology.

In addition to faculty and students, Art Institutes staff will be present at the exhibit, ranging from career services and admissions personnel to human resource specialists, giving attendees the opportunity to meet with the people of The Art Institutes to find out about trends in education and careers in the computer graphics industry.

SIGGRAPH 2003 conference attendees are invited to register to participate as students in The Art Institutes Digital Art Class Series. Classes will be held in booth #1915 throughout the show. Attendees are encouraged to register for a spot at the booth. Spots will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis.