Path Research

 

Industry

1.)           http://jobview.monster.com/Motion-Graphics-Developer-Job-Salt-Lake-City-UT-91640553.aspx

2.)           Salt Lake City, UT 84111

3.)           McCann Erickson Advertising

4.)           Advertising and PR Services

5.)           McCann Erickson is a global advertising agency network, with offices in more than 130 countries. McCann is a subsidiary of the Interpublic Group of Companies one of the four large holding companies in the advertising industry.

6.)           Resume needed and a Demo Reel and a BachelorÕs Degree

7.)           Motion Graphics Developer

8.)           No due date

9.)           It is farther away than I would like to apply to, but willing to try

 

1.)           http://jobview.monster.com/Video-Shooter-Editor-Job-Grand-Rapids-MI-90409915.asp

2.)           Grand Rapids, MI

3.)           Confidential

4.)           Confidential

5.)           Confidential

6.)           Resume

7.)           Video Shooter/Editor

8.)           No due date

9.)           The job will be using Avid software so it would be preferable if you knew the software

 

 

1.)           https://jobs.ea.com/search/view.do?id=a0z50000000flULAAY

2.)           Edmonton, Alberta Canada

3.)           Bioware

4.)           Bioware makes high quality video games

5.)           A demo reel and resume is required for this job

6.)           Cinematic Designer

7.)           No due date

 

www.microsoft.com

http://www.microsoft-careers.com/job/Redmond-Concept-Artist-Senior-MGS-343-Industries-Halo-(722465)-Job-WA-98052/840504/

Microsoft Entertainment & Devices Division

Making Games

Resume and Portfolio

Senior Concept Artist

DUE: Nov 15 2010

3years experince needed

 

www.blizzard.com

http://us.blizzard.com/en-us/company/careers/posting.html?id=090009R

Blizzard Cinematics

Making Cinematics

Resume and Portfolio

Conceptart Artist

DUE: N/A

No experience needed

 

www.thg.com

http://recruiter.kenexa.com/thq/cc/CCJobResultsAction.ss?command=ViewJobDetails&job_REQUISITION_NUMBER=47326

THQ  Montreal

Making Games

Resume and Portolio

Senior Concept Artist

DUE:N/A

2 years experience needed

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http://www.psychicbunny.com/v2/2.    

 

No contact person

info@psychicbunny.com

453 S. Spring Street, Suit 922

Los Angeles, CA 90013

(310)862-4262

 

Psychic Bunny

 

Specialties: Motion graphics and broadcast design, Animation, Interactive and Game Design, Production services for film and video, Content creation, Storyboards and pre-visual, Logo design

Clients: MGA Entertainment

Vivendi-Universal Games

Nortel Networks

The U.S. Army

Clemson University

The University of Southern California

BP

Timeplay

SnapTV Games

The Screen Actors Guild

EckoTV

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.     blizzard.com

2.     http://us.blizzard.com/en-us/company/careers/

3.    Again there seems to be no specific person in charge of this.

4.     Blizzard entertainment

5.     Online video games consumed by some pretty obsessive compulsive people (Mostly Korea and US)

6.     Online resume submitted through website

7.     Concept artist or environment artist

8.     None

9.     Experience with Photoshop, Painter, and other 2D art / painting programs

Experience working in the pre-production aspects of game development and animated feature film-making

Exceptional understanding of human and creature anatomy

A keen eye toward form, shape, structure, and silhouette in regard to illustration and design

Superior eye for light, value, composition, color, staging, and detail in environmental design

Experience with the creation of design blueprints for sets or environments

Understanding of Blizzard Entertainment's distinctive visual style, and a passion to push it to the next level

Able to carry an idea from the conceptual phase to a finished illustration

Unrelenting self-motivation and drive

 

1. www.laika.com

2. https://hostedjobs.openhire.com/epostings/submit.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobinfo&jobid=183954&company_id=15887&version=1&source=ONLINE&jobOwner=955620&aid=1

 

3. House Animators, LAIKA, Inc.

    1400 NW 22nd Ave.

    Portland OR 97210

 

4. Laika

5. Movies (Coralline), Commercials (Frito Lay, Ubisoft, ESPN, M&M)

6. Work sample/reel demonstrating skills and qualifications required.

7. Freelance CG Animator

8. None

9. 2+ years experience as a CG Character Animator in a fast paced environment such as commercial or game production

Strong understanding of traditional animation principles

High level of expertise in Maya

Ability to bring characters to life

A firm grasp of technical animation issues, including character effects and rigging is highly desired

Acting skills a plus

Bachelor's degree in, Animation, Film, Fine Art or Computer Science or other relevant area of study and/or equivalent job experience a plus

Experience as a CG Character Animator on a fully animated theatrically released CG feature film, a plus

 

 

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1.             http://www.luximation.com/

2.             None

3.             jobs@luximation.com no Name provided

4.             Luximation films

5.             Movies

6.             Demo Reel

7.             Lead Animator

8.             None

9. „Proficiency for visual storytelling with a strong understanding of plot/emotional intent.

„Strong understanding of cinematography, editing technique and other camera essentials.

„Liaising with other Animators re: progress of shots, giving suggestions, problem solving.

„Liasing with Director and Head of 3D Production, and passing feedback on to other Animators.

„Liasing with the Animation TD, ensuring that all technical issues are being addressed in an efficient manner.

„A desire to mentor and train other Animators on the team.

„Experience animating with Maya.

„Experience with the Motion Capture to Animation process - which will include workloads of both motion capture animation and keyframe animation.

Ideally British Columbia Resident.

 

 

 

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Company URL

http://www.slgcomic.com/

 

Contact

Jennifer de Guzman
Editor-in-Chief slgchief@slgpubs.com

 

Company

Slave Labor Publishing

Artist

 

Company Specialties and Clients

Making new jobs for starting artists.

 

Previous published works:

With classic titles like It's Science with Dr. Radium by Scott Saavedra and Skeleton Key by Andi Watson, seminal works like Milk and Cheese and Dork by Evan Dorkin, Johnny the Homicidal Maniac by Jhonen Vasquez and Lenore by Roman Dirge, and innovative new comics like Emo Boy by Steve Emond and Rex Libris by James Turner, SLG has proven its dedication to showcasing work that does not conform to easily defined types, genres or expectations.

Submission

 

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1.     http://www.disneyanimation.com/

2.     http://www.disneyanimation.com/careers/animation_careers.html

3.     Dawn Riveria-Ernster - dawn.rivera-ernster@disney.com

4.     Walt Disney Animation Studios

5.     Feature Length Films / Shorts - All In-house

6.     Demo Reel, Resume, Breakdown Sheet, Cover letter.

7.     Character Animator, Character Modeler

8.     Anytime, Hire when needed

 

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1.     www.blizzard.com

2.     http://us.blizzard.com/en-us/company/careers/

3.     Kenny Carvalho - http://eu.blizzard.com/en-gb/company/careers/form/support.html

4.     Blizzard Entertainment

5.     Original Games, All In-house

6.     Demo Reel, Breakdown Sheet, Resume, Cover letter

7.     Game-specific Animator, Cinematic Animator

8.     Anytime, Take application for all positions anytime

9.     They Are massively hiring right now, window of opportunity greater than ever.

 

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1.     www.pixar.com

2.     http://www.pixar.com/companyinfo/jobs/index.html

3.     Dawn Haagstad - dawn.haagstad@pixar.com

4.     Pixar Animation Studios

5.     Feature Length Animation/ Shorts All In-House

6.     Demo Reel, Breakdown Sheet, Resume, Coverletter

7.     Animator, Crowd Animator

8.     None, Hire when needed

 

 

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1. Industry Job: Web Designer for University of California

2. URL: http://jobs.smashingmagazine.com/j/Web-Designer/957498

3. Contact: (apply online) https://jobs.ucmerced.edu/n/user/staff/application/instruct.jsf?positionId=2921

4. Company Name and Department: University of California, Merced; UC Merced Office of Communications

5. Company specialties and clients: University personnel and students

6. Materials needed for application: A strong knowledge of current web design and accepted standards, strong interpersonal and verbal communication skills, organizational and written communication/technical documentation skills, knowledge in HTML, etcÉ materials needed is pretty much my web portfolio and the online application submittal.

7. Specific Job Title: Web Designer

8. Application Due Date: October 22ndÉ whoops!

9. Important Specifics: Is a university, planning for additional student growth

 

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1. Industry Job: Visual Designer for Fusionapps

2. URL: http://jobs.smashingmagazine.com/j/Visual-Designer/686320

3. Contact: (apply online) http://www.fusionapps.com/job-opening-visual-graphic-web-designer.html or send email to jobs@fusionapps.com

4. Company Name and Department: Fusionapps, no specific department

5. Company specialties and clients: not sure

6. Materials needed for application: Graphic Design/Web Design/Interactive Media Preferred, web portfolio for application

7. Specific Job Title: Visual Designer

8. Application Due Date: N/A

9. Important Specifics: is a design job, not programming

 

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1. Industry Job: Web Designer / Front End Developer

2. URL: http://jobs.37signals.com/jobs/7591 , http://sandiegoreader.com

3. Contact: jobs@1703india.st

4. Company Name and Department: San Diego Reader Cos. , Product Team

5. Company specialties and clients: Consumer-facing websites and mobile applications

6. Materials needed for application: Bachelors Degree, resume, salary history and cover letter describing why you think you are the right person to join our team to

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GRADUATE SCHOOL

 

Digital Media Arts College


http://www.dmac.edu

 

http://www.dmac.edu/how-to-apply-master-of-fine-arts

 

Digital Media Arts College


5400 Broken Sound Blvd,
Boca

Raton, FL 33487

(866) 255-DMAC

 

Master of Fine Arts

 

Requirements: BFA Degree, Resume, portfolio/demo reel

 

A portfolio/demo reel is required for admission into the Master of Fine Arts program at DMAC. Portfolios of original work (compact discs, copies, color photocopies, slides or videotape only, please) that are sent to us will not be returned. DMAC assumes no responsibility for original pieces of artwork received. MFA applicants, who are passionate about the arts and art education but do not yet have a Base Demo Reel/Portfolio produced, must submit 2 Letters of Recommendation and a one-page typed Essay describing the applicantÕs goals and interests for Graduate School.

 

Application Due Date November 29 – December 3

 

Facilities: They are only provided when a campus tour is taken.

 

Visual Effects Animation

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BALL STATE

 

http://cms.bsu.edu/ (Ball State University)

2.     http://www.bsu.edu/art/

 

3.     Kenton Hall

Department of Art

Ball State University

Muncie, IN 47306

 

4.     MA and MFA in visual arts, electronic arts/animation

 

5.     http://cms.bsu.edu/Academics/CollegesandDepartments/GradSchool/Admissions/ApplicationChecklist.aspx

Must have graduated with an art degree

50$ fee

Letter expressing goals in pursuing the degree

Current resume

Transcripts for all college-level course work

Portfolio of artwork in CD format

Three letters of recommendation

Supportive material such as research and publications

 

6.     Only info is that it has to be on a CD

 

7.     No due date

 

8.     Third floor is dedicated to animation and electronic arts, other computer labs on second floor also available.

 

9.     Animation and electronic art- Courses very heavy in animation.

 

10.   Other important specifics

 

 

 

http://www.scad.edu/info-for/students/?top (SCAD)

 

2.    http://www.scad.edu/programs/film-digital-performing/

3.     Their emails and everything are all general department things. I'm not sure which member of the faculty handles everything. Atlanta

scadatl@scad.edu

SCAD Admission Department

P.O. Box 77300

Atlanta, GA 30357-1300 USA

 

Packages may be sent to:

SCAD Admission Department

1600 Peachtree St., NE

Atlanta, GA 30309 USA

 

 

4.    MA or MFA in Animation, dramatic writing, interactive design and game development, visual development and various minors.

 

5.    

1. Completed application for admission.

2. Nonrefundable application fee.

3. A bachelor's degree or its equivalent.

4. Demonstration of English proficiency for students whose first language is not English.

5. Recommendations.

6. Statement of purpose.

7. Portfolio, audition or writing submission.

8. RŽsumŽ.

9. GRE scores strongly recommended for applicants to certain programs.

10. Additionally, if applicable, any other documents or materials required to obtain a student visa.

11. Personal or telephone interview optional.

 

6.    Digital work should be submitted on CD, DVD or USB Flash drive. Acceptable file formats are high-resolution JPEG (with a file suffix of .jpg or .jpeg format), PDF files or digital portfolios created in PowerPoint, Director, Flash or HTML. Images should be saved at 72 dpi screen resolution with a minimum height/width of 1,000 pixels. Digital portfolios should be checked to assure that links work properly and all necessary files are included. Applicants should indicate whether special instructions are necessary for the viewing of digital portfolios. An inventory sheet must be attached, including the applicantÕs name, title of each piece, media or programs used, size and date of completion, as well as a brief description of the piece and the applicantÕs role in development and execution. In the case of documented, professional or group projects, applicants should indicate personal responsibilities.

Animation- Applicants should submit motion work in digital format on playable DVD. All software used must be identified in the inventory. Static work may be submitted as a PDF or in DVD format.

Interactive design and game development- The portfolio should include 15-20 pieces showing traditional art and design skills demonstrated through figure drawings, conceptual illustrations and page layouts, interactive projects, 3-D modeling and/or digital games. A strong portfolio shows aesthetic awareness and includes effective use of 2-D form and composition, and an understanding of additive and subtractive color theory.

 

7.    March 15

For September priority admission and scholarship consideration, graduate applicants should submit all materials.

For January enrollment, applications and all supporting materials should be received by Dec. 1; for March enrollment by Feb. 15; and for June enrollment by May 15.

 

 

8.     Can't seem to find anything, but there seems to be a dedicated building just for film, digital media and performing arts.

9.     Animation, illustration, interactive design and game development, visual development

10.   Top notch school and it even offers a degree in equestrian studies (performing arts)!

 

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SCAD

http://cms.bsu.edu/ (Ball State University)

2.     http://www.bsu.edu/art/

 

3.     Kenton Hall

Department of Art

Ball State University

Muncie, IN 47306

 

4.     MA and MFA in visual arts, electronic arts/animation

 

5.     http://cms.bsu.edu/Academics/CollegesandDepartments/GradSchool/Admissions/ApplicationChecklist.aspx

Must have graduated with an art degree

50$ fee

Letter expressing goals in pursuing the degree

Current resume

Transcripts for all college-level course work

Portfolio of artwork in CD format

Three letters of recommendation

Supportive material such as research and publications

 

6.     Only info is that it has to be on a CD

 

7.     No due date

 

8.     Third floor is dedicated to animation and electronic arts, other computer labs on second floor also available.

 

9.     Animation and electronic art- Courses very heavy in animation.

 

10.   Other important specifics

 

 

 

http://www.scad.edu/info-for/students/?top (SCAD)

 

2.    http://www.scad.edu/programs/film-digital-performing/

3.     Their emails and everything are all general department things. I'm not sure which member of the faculty handles everything. Atlanta

scadatl@scad.edu

SCAD Admission Department

P.O. Box 77300

Atlanta, GA 30357-1300 USA

 

Packages may be sent to:

SCAD Admission Department

1600 Peachtree St., NE

Atlanta, GA 30309 USA

 

 

4.    MA or MFA in Animation, dramatic writing, interactive design and game development, visual development and various minors.

 

5.    

1. Completed application for admission.

2. Nonrefundable application fee.

3. A bachelor's degree or its equivalent.

4. Demonstration of English proficiency for students whose first language is not English.

5. Recommendations.

6. Statement of purpose.

7. Portfolio, audition or writing submission.

8. RŽsumŽ.

9. GRE scores strongly recommended for applicants to certain programs.

10. Additionally, if applicable, any other documents or materials required to obtain a student visa.

11. Personal or telephone interview optional.

 

6.    Digital work should be submitted on CD, DVD or USB Flash drive. Acceptable file formats are high-resolution JPEG (with a file suffix of .jpg or .jpeg format), PDF files or digital portfolios created in PowerPoint, Director, Flash or HTML. Images should be saved at 72 dpi screen resolution with a minimum height/width of 1,000 pixels. Digital portfolios should be checked to assure that links work properly and all necessary files are included. Applicants should indicate whether special instructions are necessary for the viewing of digital portfolios. An inventory sheet must be attached, including the applicantÕs name, title of each piece, media or programs used, size and date of completion, as well as a brief description of the piece and the applicantÕs role in development and execution. In the case of documented, professional or group projects, applicants should indicate personal responsibilities.

Animation- Applicants should submit motion work in digital format on playable DVD. All software used must be identified in the inventory. Static work may be submitted as a PDF or in DVD format.

Interactive design and game development- The portfolio should include 15-20 pieces showing traditional art and design skills demonstrated through figure drawings, conceptual illustrations and page layouts, interactive projects, 3-D modeling and/or digital games. A strong portfolio shows aesthetic awareness and includes effective use of 2-D form and composition, and an understanding of additive and subtractive color theory.

 

7.    March 15

For September priority admission and scholarship consideration, graduate applicants should submit all materials.

For January enrollment, applications and all supporting materials should be received by Dec. 1; for March enrollment by Feb. 15; and for June enrollment by May 15.

 

 

8.     Can't seem to find anything, but there seems to be a dedicated building just for film, digital media and performing arts.

9.     Animation, illustration, interactive design and game development, visual development

10.   Top notch school and it even offers a degree in equestrian studies (performing arts)!

 

MORE ON SCAD:

College URL

www.scad.edu

 

Department URL

-Sequential arts-

http://www.scad.edu/sequential-art/ma.cfm#programButtons

 

Contact

Sequa@scad.edu

(mail)

SCAD Admission Department
P.O. Box 2072
Savannah, GA 31402-2072 USA

 

 

MA in Sequential arts

Offered in: Atlanta, Savannah

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MARYLAND INSTITUTE COLLEGE OF ART

http://www.mica.edu/

2.    http://www.mica.edu/Programs_of_Study/MFA_Degree_Programs/Illustration_Practice_%28MFA%29.html

3.     contact person and department address :

Office of Graduate Admissions: 410-225-2408

1401 Mount Royal Avenue Baltimore, Maryland 21217

4.     type of program (degree/departments)

MFA in Illustration Practice

5.     application and requirements

http://www.mica.edu/Documents/AdmissionandFinancialAid/mica_gradapp_2011.pdf

1. Completed, signed, and dated Graduate Admission Application Form.

You can submit a single application form when applying to more than

one program.

2. Curriculum vitae/rŽsumŽ.

3. Statement of purpose/artist statement.

A written statement is required for application to graduate or post-baccalaureate

study. Visit www.mica.edu/gradprocedures to view the writing requirements for

speci"c programs. All submissions should be clearly marked with the applicantÕs

name and intended program. Please note that two copies of written statements

must be submitted: one uploaded to mica.slideroom.com with the portfolio of

artwork (see #6 below) and one in hard copy mailed with the application form.

Applicants to multiple programs should be sure to meet the writing requirements

for each program.

4. "ree (3) letters of recommendation/reference.

Letters may be submitted online via mica.slideroom.com or in a sealed envelope

with the application form.

5. Proof of degree or equivalent.

Applicants must submit transcripts from ALL post-secondary institutions

attended. Transcripts should be sent in sealed envelopes with the application form.

6. Portfolio of artwork.

A portfolio of artwork for each program must be submitted online via

mica.slideroom.com. Visit www.mica.edu/gradprocedures for program specific portfolio information. Applicants to multiple programs must upload

a portfolio for each intended program. Complete uploading instructions are available at mica.slideroom.com.

7. Application fee.

$60 application fee - please make all checks (which must be in US dollars drawn

on US banks) and money orders payable to Maryland Institute College of Art.

For credit card payments, call the O$ce of Student Accounts at 410-225-2356.

For wire transfer information, please visit www.mica.edu/graduateadmission.

 

 

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Kendall College of Art and Design

of Ferris State University

Michigan

 

http://www.kcad.edu/programs/graduate/master-of-fine-arts/

 

3.     contact person and department address :

Admissions Office Phone: 616-451-2787 

4.     type of program (degree/departments)

Download the catalog (616.5KB PDF) < This link is the catalog, which has info on Illustration specifically. Only a course list and a overview (quoted above) is provided there.

5.     application and requirements

1.      Complete our application for admissions.

Click here to apply online, download an application form, (227KB PDF) or call our Admissions office at 616.451.2787 or 800.676.2787. Note, when applying online, you will be directed to Ferris State UniversityÕs website. Just be sure to select Kendall as your college choice, as well as select a Kendall Program of Study. If undecided in terms of program, please select the Undecided option. Please also note, the $30 application fee is waived if you apply online.

2.      Write a statement of purpose.

This should be a one to two page essay telling us about you, your artwork, and your reason for wanting to attend Kendall. Here are some tips for writing a statement of purpose.

3.      Interior Design applicants, complete the Observation Exercise.

4.      Submit your application, statement of purpose, and $30 application fee (if applying by mail) to:

Admissions Office
Kendall College of Art and Design
17 Fountain Street NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49503-3002

5.      Have your high school send us your official transcripts.

If youÕre a transfer student or if you took college courses during high school, send your college transcripts as well. WeÕve put together some helpful tips on submitting your transcripts. A first-year student applicant must possess a GPA of 2.50 or higher or a GED, or have an ACT composite score of 17 or a SAT combined score of 820.

6.      Have your ACT or SAT results sent to us.

If youÕve already taken the test, the results may be on your high school transcript. If you havenÕt taken the test, be sure to include the Ferris/Kendall college code (1983 for the ACT or 1376 for the SAT). A first-year student applicant must possess a GPA of 2.50 or higher or a GED, or have an ACT composite score of 17 or a SAT combined score of 820. Note: If youÕve been out of high school for more than 3 years and will be a first time college student, we donÕt need your ACT/SAT scores.

7.      Schedule a portfolio review.

ItÕs a part of the application process for most programs (except for those entering Art History, Furniture Design and Interior Design).

 

1) University of Michigan ( http://www.si.umich.edu/ )

                                    2.  http://www.si.umich.edu/msi/hci.htm

                                    3. si.admissions@umich.edu

                                    MSI Admissions

                                    School of Information

                                    University of Michigan 

                                    3360 North Quad

                                    105 S. State St.

                                    Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1285

 

                                    4. Masters of Science Information

 

                                    5.  application form, transcript, GRE, 3 letters of recommendation(online), essay, personal statement

                                    7. Deadline: January 15th for first consideration

                                    9. Human-Computer Interaction

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2) Indiana University ( http://www.soic.indiana.edu/ )

                                    2. http://www.soic.indiana.edu/graduate/programs/hcid/index.shtml

                                    3. Erik A. Stolterman

                                    estolter@indiana.edu

                                    (812) 856-5801

                                    Informatics East, Room 328

                                    901 E. 10th Street

                                    Bloomington, IN 47405

                                    4. Master of Science in HCI ( design emphasis )

                                    5. resume, 3 letters if reference, GRE, statement of purpose, transcripts

                                    7. Deadline: January 1th for priority consideration

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3) Kent State ( http://iakm.kent.edu/ )

                                    2. http://iakm.kent.edu/user-experience-design

                                    3. Information Architecture and Knowledge Management

                                    Kent State University

                                    314 Library 

                                    P.O. Box 5190 

                                    Kent, OH 44242-0001

                                    4. Master of Science

                                    5. application, 3.0 GPA, 3 letters of recommendation, resume, statement of purpose  

                                    7. Deadline: June 15

                                    9. User Experience Design, Knowledge Management

 

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GALLERY

http://www.nystudiogallery.com/?method=Home.Welcome

 

No contact name. PHONE: 212.627.3276 „ EMAIL: info@nystudiogallery.com

 

New York Studio Gallery

154 Stanton St.

New York, NY 10002

 

Fill out the application form on their website.

 

January 15

 

Must have 6 images, all under 500KB

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Gallery Representation – Space 237

1.     URL of gallery - http://www.space237.com/index.html

 

2.     Contact name – Morgan Lawrence – Executive Gallery Director

http://www.space237.com/pages/location.pdf

(other names do not match with pdf vs site)

 

3.     Gallery name & Address - Space 237 Gallery / 237 N. Michigan Street Toledo, OH

 

4.     Submission process – They accept entries year-round (usually do spring and fall exhibits. Their next fall show runs from 10/15/10 – 1/8/11

            http://www.space237.com/pages/submission2009.pdf (link for submission guidelines)

 

5.     Application Due Date (if applicable). – all year round

 

6.     Other important specifics

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Gallery Representation - The Whitney - NY

1.       http://whitney.org/

 

2.       info@whitney.org / (212) 570-3600

 

 

3.       Whitney Museum of American Art
945 Madison Avenue at 75th Street
New York NY 10021

 

4.       Not sure

 

 

5.       Not sure

 

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Name

Threadless

 

Address and Name

www.threadless.com

 

Submission

 

 

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.     http://www.infinityartgallery.com/

2.     Contact:  Julie - Gallery Director É email contact: http://www.infinityartgallery.com/julie/

3.     International Online Art Gallery

4.     Entry Process:

Artists pay an entry fee of $25 USD to submit 1 or 2 works of art. (payable through PayPal) Artists may submit twice for a maximum of 4 pieces per exhibit. After payment is processed, you will be redirected to an online form to submit your information and upload your artwork. There will be an email form available, in the event that you have difficulties with the online form. (Note: Internet Explorer 6 is an obsolete browser and may not work on our website, please update.)

Please submit high quality photos that are acceptable for viewing online
Infinity Art Gallery makes every effort to prevent visitors from electronically copying or printing large images. 

Two-dimensional (2D) pieces: artists may only submit 1 view per piece. 
Three-dimensional (3D) pieces: artists may submit 2 views per piece. 

Image Size: The size of your imageÕs longest edge should be a minimum of 850 pixels (for low resolution images) and a maximum of 2000 pixels.  If you need help resizing,
Click Here for some helpful instructions.
Image File Size: cannot exceed 1.2 MB for each image.

Image Quality:  When preparing your image, please use little or no compression and if saving as a jpg, use Baseline standard. If you need to reduce the file size, it is better to make the image size smaller than to add compression. 

Image Format: You may submit your artwork in the following image formats: jpg, tiff, pdf, psd, and if given the option, use RGB color mode.

File Names: Please name artwork images: all lower case, no spaces, and no characters other than underlines and periods. Put your last name, underline, first initial, underline, title of artwork. (jones_t_titleofart.tif). If you send an image named like this: (jones_t_Title of Art.jpg) we will still receive the artwork and form, even though it may display error messages. The file type can be .jpg, .tif, .psd, or .pdf.

Images should not contain gallery name, title, copyright symbols, camera date stamps or any other identifying marks. (artist's signature on artwork is acceptable) PowerPoint, slide shows, flash files, videos, etc. will not be accepted.

Unacceptable Content:  We will not accept artwork that is explicitly violent, triggering or pornographic (outside artistic content); this art gallery is a hate-free zone. * 

 

Artist Statements: 
Artists are encouraged to submit an artist statement - up to 100 words for each piece. You may write something different for both pieces of art.

Hyperlinks to Artist Websites: 
Each artist will have their website or email hyperlinked. Hyperlinks are accessible under the large image view of each piece of art.

5.    Submission Due Date: January 15, 2011 8:00 pm PDT

6.     Other important specifics: None??

 

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