From BMCC News

BMCC Launches New Animation and Motion Graphics Major

New program will provide students with the fundamentals of two- and three-dimensional animation, motion graphics and special effects.

BMCC Student's Idea Sparks Federal Reserve Comic Book Exhibit

Liana Tenorio was one of three BMCC students who worked at The New York Federal Reserve for the past 24 weeks through the CUNY Service Corps program

BMCC's VAT Offers Summer Video Camp to NYC High School Students
Through its NSF grant, the VAT summer camp (July 9 - August 2) is reaching out to teenage minorities, engaging their creativity and imagination.

Four of BMCC's Video Arts Technology (VAT) Students Compete at the National Broadcasters Convention
Claire Egai, Patricia Brown, Christina Figueroa, and Cherise Burnette represented BMCC at last week's NAB convention in Las Vegas.

The Media Arts and Technology Department provides a dynamic education in the fast growing field of digital design and communication technology. From computer graphics to web design, and from programming for games and animation to storytelling in HD video, the MEA department offers a variety of courses and concentrations focused on the exciting future of media in the post digital age. MEA studies can lead students to positions in the film and television industry, electronic journalism, web design and development, audiovisual production, advertising design, game design, audio design, animation, and the entertainment industry.

The MEA Department combines extensive hands-on experience with theoretical coursework in a comprehensive academic program. MEA students work in a state-of-the-art digital environment in BMCC’s media labs, television studios, audio studio, and post-production laboratories.

Students choose a course of study from four concentrations:
Multimedia Art
Multimedia Programming
Video Arts and Technology

All MEA students complete an internship, arranged through the college, at a professional media facility. Students earn an Associate in Science (A.S.) degree and may transfer to a four-year college.

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