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Faculty Spotlight: Kari Barber

Meet iDMAa member Kari Barber — an assistant professor in the Reynolds School of Journalism at the University of Nevada, Reno. She is an award-winning documentary filmmaker, a journalist and a multimedia producer. Kari’s current project and passion is her first interactive documentary, Struggle and Hope, which deals with historic black towns in her home state of Oklahoma. Last November, […]

2015 iDMAa Award Recipient: Toni Dove

Toni Dove was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2015 International Digital Media & Arts Association Conference. Digital artist Toni Dove, considered to be one of the foremost pioneers of interactive cinema, has been producing works that redefine the form of traditional narrative through the use of interactive components since 1990. Dove’s works use […]

Scott Ross: iDMAa 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient

As one of the most notable pioneers in digital media and entertainment, Scott Ross’ career has been stellar.  iDMAa is proud to honor Scott at this year’s fast forward 2013 conference and will feature him in the Friday morning keynote address. Scott founded, along with Hollywood luminaries James Cameron and Stan Winston, Digital Domain, one of […]

Illustration Alumnae Win Awards

Tiffany England and Karsen Slater from Los Angeles, CA, and graduates of Laguna College of Art & Design were honored Sunday night, April 14, at the 29th Annual L. Ron Hubbard Achievement awards at the prestigious Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles, California.   With Tiffany and Karsen three Laguna College students have now been honored at […]

Creating New Audiences for Student Work

As educators, new technology allows us to challenge our students like never before.  Not only do they have more options to create multimedia concepts but, with a little creativity, they can also share their work outside the classroom with a variety of audiences.  If you think about it, the latter challenge – finding ways to […]

STUDENT SHOWCASE: University of Toledo

Winner of the 2012 Achievement in Digital Art & Design Award In the Digital Art and Design division, works of digital art in all media are considered including, but not limited to, individual or team-based student digital design, illustration, interactive works; animation; video/film; installations, game art, and 3D modeling. “Stories from Toledo” was an innovative, […]

University Marketing & Communications

A team of five digital media students at Utah Valley University have successfully created and published the university’s first video game that is also currently trending online with fans and CEOs in the industry. Completing a hat trick, their product is also a featured game on a new video game console launching today on the […]

EA’s Richard Hilleman Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

The International Digital Media and Arts Association awarded Richard Hilleman with the IDMAA Lifetime Achievement Award at their annual awards ceremony on November 9, 2012, in Miami, Flordia. Richard Hilleman, Chief Creative Director of Electronic Arts, is internationally recognized as one of the most influential video game producers of our time. He was a key figure in […]

Fast Forward 2012: Frederick & Laurie Samitaur Smith

As an organization focused on collegial collaboration—celebrating the best practices within educational institutions and private enterprise, we believe that FastForward 2012 will be the most stimulating and productive gathering we have hosted as we look ahead to the future of media, culture and arts education. In looking toward the trends and issues of the next […]

iDMAa names Olin new Executive Director

Los Angeles– December 12, 2011 – The International Digital Media & Arts Association (iDMAa) today announced that Joseph Olin has been appointed Executive Director to give the association new strategic direction and focus as it positions itself as a champion for educators and creators in the growing digital media arts arena. Olin previously led the Academy of Interactive […]