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Digital Media Arts College Reviews
I major in Computer Animation BFA. Coming from a more 2D illustration background there's a lot to take in for the first time in this program. We work with all relevant industry standard programs and tech. In the general program (not game art concentration) we learn everything a 3D artist can know for any type of field, such as modeling, texturing, lighting,rigging, vfx, compositing, ect. The pace at DMAC is accelerated, classes only last 7.5 weeks. Professors and fellow students are always more than willing to help out with anything though, makes the stress less intense for finals. There's always workshops from fellow alumni working in the field, events around town, and a career services message board to help with internships and networking. Its a lot of work to go into this field, as long as you're determined you'll be just fine!
I've been here for about a year and a half in the animation BFA program, and I wouldn't even think about switching out. Art school is expensive, but DMAC really does try and help take down the cost. In this area its probably one of the cheaper schools. I love that so much because not only is it easier on your loans but class sizes are really small. With in a year you'll probably know most of your professors for the entire degree as well as other students. The atmosphere is so vibrant and helpful on campus and not a day goes by were I think to switch out. The only sort of downside is that classes are an accelerated pace, you will feel the pressure of it. As long as your dedicated and hard working this school will help you reach unexpected heights!
From my experience Digital Media Arts College has exactly what I am looking for. It is an art school, so of course there are art teachers. The teachers there are very experienced and have jobs working for other really big companies. It is not a very big school, so that means class sizes are small and intimate and the student gets much more instruction on what ever it is he or she needs help in.