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Multimedia students showcase new skills

June 25, 2003

Photo of book cover by Seamus ByrneIt’s a wrap for digital video makers, animators, visual designers and Internet designers who have been studying for months to earn multimedia certificates from SFSU’s College of Extended Learning.

Twenty newly minted professionals in digital media and entertainment will showcase their portfolios and receive certificates of completion at ceremonies held 5:30 - 8 p.m. Friday at the SFSU Downtown Center, 425 Market St. The event is free and open to the public.

One of the most comprehensive digital media training centers in the United States, the SFSU Multimedia Studies Program educates people from around the world. Classes emphasize active, creative involvement by students and draw upon the expertise of nearly 100 multimedia producers, artists, designers and business professionals. Students can create their own program of study by selecting individual courses that fit their needs, or they can enroll in one of three comprehensive certificate programs: web development, digital graphics and game design.

For information on enrolling, see the MSP Web site.

-- Ellen Griffin

Artwork: Bookcover by Seamus Byrne; Logo by Nicola Pfau


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