The Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE) has announced the speakers from the local games industry for Melbourne campus as part of their National Open Day on Sunday 16th August from 10am until 4pm. As part of the program one of the industry speakers on the day will be the Art Director from Big Ant Studios, Adam Briggs. Mr Briggs will be leading a discussion at 11am about what’s needed to land a job in the games industry and give everyone a bit more of an understanding about what’s involved in game development for next generation consoles.
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The rising numbers of females enjoying games in recent times unfortunately hasn't converted to an equally large number of female game developers. Because of the lack of diversity in the male dominated industry, the Academy of Interactive Entertainment continues to actively encourage more women into the career of game development.
Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE) has earned much recognition as Australia's leading educator for the game development, 3D animation and visual FX industries with campuses in Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra. AIE Sydney is a new campus (www.aie.edu.au/sydney) that is growing rapidly and run by a fun, supportive and experienced team.
We are currently seeking a full-time 3D Animation Teacher with relevant industry experience to run the mid-year intake 3D animation course.
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AIE, Australia's leading educator in video game development, wants to see what you think the next big video game title should be about.
Launching a career in one of the world's fastest growing industries is now much easier as the Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE) has gained approval to operate government loan scheme, VET FEE-HELP.
AIE is Australia's leading educator for video game development. VET FEE-HELP will allow AIEs students of the Advanced Diploma of Professional Game Development to study without paying upfront fees. The scheme enables students to defer fees in whole or part.
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Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE) has earned much recognition as Australia's leading educator for the game development, 3D animation and visual FX industries with campuses in Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra. AIE Sydney is a brand new campus (www.aie.edu.au/sydney) set up by a fun, supportive and experienced team. We are seeking a 3D animation teacher to deliver our Advanced Diploma courses commencing in 2009.
Duties and Responsibilities
Atomic Magazine has published a great write up of The Academy of Interactive Entertainment and Qantm up on their website called "Specialised Institues". The article provides a great run down of two of the biggest institutions in Australia where you can study game development.
The article briefly describes what types of courses are available and at which campus and what's required from applicants looking to enroll, as well as some of the details on commuting and accomodation options.
Want to take your animation skills to the next level? The Academy of Interactive Entertainment is delighted to be able to offer the opportunity to learn from one of the best in the business, Simon Allen, in a series of workshops coming to Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra. Fresh from working on Disney•Pixar's WALL•E, Simon will share his knowledge and skills gained from years of producing high quality feature film animation.