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Top Centre for Digital Media News Stories of 2015

2015 was a great year at the Centre for Digital Media. Dave Fracchia, our new full-time faculty member, was hired in the Spring.

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New $20,000 Pat Hibbitts Scholarship Honours SFU’s Former Vice President of Finance and Administration

A new $20,000 scholarship has been set up for Master of Digital Media students in honour of the late Pat Hibbitts, Simon Fraser University’s former Vice President of Finance and Administration and founding Board member of the Great Northern Way Trust.

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2015 Industry Showcase Recap

 

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The 9th Cohort Starts Their Master of Digital Media Program Jamming

The September 2014 intake of new MDM students got off to a flying start last week with workshops, a barbeque and a 48-hour design jam. This was just the first week but the students got a flavour for what was in store for the rest of the year long program to receive a Master’s of Digital Media degree conferred from BC’s top universities. (UBC, ECUAD, BCIT and SFU)

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6 Digital Media Pioneers Joining Minds at the Centre for Digital Media

What would happen if you put a bunch of creative pioneers in the field of digital media in the same room for three days? What if they were all not just meeting together but living in the same building, and having meals together? This intensive "hot house" environment was the premise

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Evolution of Gaming Brings Generations of Gamers Together

Gamers and non-gamers from all over Vancouver have been spending the last few days reliving the glory of old video games. The Evolution of Gaming is a retro video game exhibition that’s been running at the

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World-Renowned Hyper Olympic Coming to the Evolution of Gaming

Hyper Olympic, a world-renowned installation from French artist Djeff Regottaz, will be featured at the

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New MDM Promotional Video from Vancouver’s Giant Ant Studio

Last week we launched a new promotional video to explain what is so special about the Master of Digital Media program. We teamed up with Giant Ant, a storytelling studio here in Vancouver (and

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