Friday, May 27th, 2011

Humber and Seneca Show Off Web Design, Game Art, Digital Media Students

Humber Interactive

The Humber Interactive Portfolio Show is an annual showcase of the Multimedia Design Diploma Program’s graduating class and their work.

Both Humber College and Seneca College are currently showcasing the amazing digital work produced this year by their Web Design, Game Art, and Digital Media Students.

The students at Humber took their talents to the trendy streets in Toronto’s Kensington Market, for The Humber Interactive Portfolio Show. Their Multimedia Design Diploma students showed off their work in the digital gallery, Function 13 Gallery. Students explained their portfolios both in person, and in web-based video tours.

Not too far away, the School of Creative Arts and Animation students from Seneca College took over The Spoke Club on King Street West in Toronto. Students from programs like Animation, VFX, game art, Illustration, Digital Media and Film & TV programs showed off their demo reels on widescreen HDTVs, and custom work stations.

Other students from the animation, documentary film, photography, illustration and game art programs used custom iPad apps to show off their amazing work.

These shows are an excellent chance for any student who still hasn’t secured an internship or placement. They can network and meet people who can help them. Many even parlay the exposure into their first big job.

Schools mentioned: Humber College, Seneca College

Ryan Leclaire
Author: Ryan Leclaire
Ryan has been writing for 7 years and has been featured in Chatelaine, Canadian Living and Cottage life.
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