In 2016, Bachelor of Media Design student Sherylene Chan was The Rookies Graphic Designer of the Year. This year, Sherylene returns with a brand new Graphic Design portfolio! Check out her newest projects here.
With entries for The Rookies, the acclaimed international competition for young creatives, closing on the 29 May, this week we thought we'd profile some of our top trending submissions.
First year Bachelor of Creative Technologies (Game Art) student Oscar Haythornthwaite has an impressive portfolio of illustration available to take a look at. Why not show you support and give him your vote?
If you're in Rotorua today or tomorrow and you're thinking about a career in digital design, you should definitely drop in to the 2017 Rotorua Careers Expo. Doris will be at the Energy Events Centre both days and she'd love to chat to you about Media Design School!
Bachelor of Media Design (BMD) Programme Coordinator Jim Murray recently worked with Dr. Marcos Garcia-Erguin (Professor of Multimedia and Graphic Design) from ESNE University in Madrid, Spain, on a collaborative exhibition at Roca Madrid Gallery that showcased the best of both tertiary providers.
Indigenous culture is often associated with traditional practices and the past. Yet emerging techologies are being used to inform -- and even transform -- the practice of indigenous art and design in Aotearoa New Zealand.
We explore issues such as integrating the innovative and the traditional in creative practice; engaging communities with new technologies; and the future opportunities... View details ⇨
There is only one week to go until Media Design School, in association with Techweek'17, host a one day workshop and seminar on Emerging Technology, Design and Indigenous Culture! Have you reserved your free ticket?
Two of our Bachelor of Art and Design graduates Rafael Gonzalez Quinones (2015) and Karl Davis (2016) feature in this awesome video for The Rookies where they talk about what it's like to work at Weta Digital!
The Play by Play Awards celebrate the very best of New Zealand's video games and one of Media Design School's student games, Grow, walked away with not one but FOUR trophies! Congratulations to Chris, Blake, Niamh, Corey, Francis, and Jim on this stunning result!
These four new tabletop games have been created by our Diploma of Digital Creativity students. The students create everything to do with the game, from the mechanics right through to the aesthetic of their games. When they've finished their games, they invite their family and friends to play-test their brand new games!