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The School of Web Design & New Media prepares students for cutting-edge careers in experiential design and digital media. We teach an integrated approach to New Media that is based on four key fundamentals: Design Thinking, Visual Communication, Technology, and User Experience. Web Design & New Media graduates are strategic thinkers, producers, and creative technologists poised to lead innovation on a global level.

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    Special Onsite Advising Event for WNM Students

    Join us next Tuesday, October 24 from 3-5 p.m. in the 5th Floor Gallery on for a special advising event for WNM students!

    If you haven't thought about your spring 2018 classes, now is the time!

    • Not sure how to register for spring semester classes?
    • Don’t know what classes to take next?
    • Not sure what special classes are available? 
    • Need suggestions to support your thesis project or portfolio?

    We are here to help you. So stop by, have some coffee (it's on us!) and talk with us about your plans and the classes you're interested in. We will help you set a plan for success. Full-time faculty, directors, and advisors will be here on the 5th floor, ready to answer your questions and get you registered for spring semester. 

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    Ideate Conference: Industry Portfolio Review Application Open

    Attention, graduating seniors! Have you filled out the application to participate in this semester’s Ideate Industry Portfolio Review?

    The Industry Portfolio Review is part of our ever-popular Ideate Conference. This is an opportunity for WNM students to meet with industry for portfolio review and networking opportunities. We typically host approximately 20 different companies for the review. Many of the participating companies are interested in hiring whether their needs are more immediate or they are looking ahead. Past participants include Airbnb, Capital One, Google, Lyft, PayPal, ROI DNA, Uber, and Volvo.

    Participants for the Industry Portfolio Review will be selected based on application only. WNM students interested in participating should apply at bit.ly/IdeateApply1790. The deadline to submit applications is Friday, November 10 at 4:00 p.m. (PT). Space is limited, so no late applications will be accepted.

    Students can find more information about the Ideate Conference at bit.ly/IdeateStudents1790.

     

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    Spring Show 2017 Submissions Now Open!

    We are looking for top projects to be featured at the Spring Show Event and top students to participate in the Industry Portfolio Review session.

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    The forms are both open now through April 7, 2017, 5:00 pm (PT).

    Please visit http://artuwnm.com/springshow/ for guidelines, eligibility and to apply!

     

    WNM Spring Show General Info Doc: bit.ly/SpringShow2017

     


    Facebook for their Ask Me Anything (AMA) next Wednesday, March 9

    Join Facebook for their Ask Me Anything (AMA) next Wednesday, March 9 at 3 PM (PST). A Facebook designer will be answering all your questions like:

    What problems are you solving as a Facebook designer?
    What advice do you have for college students looking for professional experience?
    ...And anything else you can think of!

    You MUST RSVP using the instructions below to receive access to the AMA virtual event. We'll see you there!

     

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    WNM Instructor Hamilton Cline Art Show

    Our very own Hamilton Cline will be having his art work displayed in the AAU Gallery @ 435 Jefferson Gallery.  Check it out if you get a chance!

     

    Artist Reception December 3rd, 5:30-7:30pm

     

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    If you’ve ever seen someone sketching people on a San Francisco bus or streetcar, it may well have been Hamilton Cline, and you may well have been immortalized in art. Portrait Quarterly is a collection of his latest and favorite works, selected from the pages of his book of the same name. He likes to work digitally on a Samsung Note 3, and wants to say “if you see someone drawing on the train in your city, it’s probably ok to say hi. I guess I can’t speak for everyone, but I would love to have a conversation with you, if I’m not too busy.” Yet another reason for embracing public transportation!