Posted on 30 May 2011 by admin
Posted on 23 May 2011 by admin
Posted on 21 May 2011 by Duncan
Another Spring Quarter, another Editor’s Day! This year brought in several first-time SCAD visitors. A weekend full of panel discussions, portfolio reviews, and merriment. Left to right in the photo above: Diana Schutz (Dark Horse), Dan Vado (SLG), Bob Schreck (Legendary), Jill Beaton (Oni), Chris Staros (Top Shelf), Calista Brill (First Second), Dave Johnson (Cartoon Network), and Will Dennis (DC/Vertigo).
Posted on 19 May 2011 by Duncan
Friday May 27 @ 1pm and 2pm the SCAD Sequential Art department presents two fancy hands-on workhops in the Norris 204 Cintiq Lab! Come at 1pm to see SEQA graduate student Javier Reyes presents Theory & Tricks for Digital Coloring, then at 2pm stay for graduate student Will Iversen’s Basic Principles Tips and Tricks for Digital Painting.
Posted on 16 May 2011 by admin
Posted on 09 May 2011 by admin
Our very own Kate Kasenow has written up a detailed guide on how to not embarrass yourself this Editor’s day. Read it, live it, love it.
Alright, ladies and gents, it’s that time of year again and as much as I’m sure that we’re all brimming over with excitement about the coming festivities, let’s try to keep it real and professional shall we? We here at SEQALab have a few tips on how to do just that.
Posted on 09 May 2011 by Duncan
Due to unforeseen circumstances Creator’s Edge Editor-in-Chief, Chuck Messinger, has had to cancel. He sends his apologizes to all students. If this is a student’s second review, all attempts will be made to find you a different review, as spaces open. There are no guarantees that you will receive a second review, as all spaces are currently filled. If you already have at least two reviews, no additional reviews will be scheduled for you at this time.
Posted on 05 May 2011 by Duncan
Check out SEQA Graduate Student Emi Gennis on The Comics Journal’s fancy list:
Posted on 03 May 2011 by Duncan
In PDF form: Editors Day 2011 Assignments.
Assignments have been posted. Three factors went into assigning students to editors this year:
1. Level: Alumni, Grads and seniors had priority.
2. Skill level: This year students submitted samples of their portfolios, and each was evaluated on their skills and rated.There were four tiers to the levels: Excellent/Individuals currently engaged in professional practice; Great, Good, and Developmental
3. Application date: Those that got their applications in early (first-come, First-served)
Top students meeting all the criteria above received individual reviews. Some lower level students received individual reviews, because there were open spaces. All others were assigned group reviews. However, the group reviews were cut into smaller groups of 5-6 students, as opposed to 10-15 students.
You may here comments from students about what they received for assignments. Almost all students received two spots, and everyone got at least one, including freshman.