Georgie van Heerden, one of our third year students, interned at local hotshop for all things digital, MakeReign. Word has it that she did so well she was offered a job, which always makes us incredibly happy to hear!
She was also featured on their blog. You can check that out here.
Well done Georgie! It’s so special to see our multimedia students do well.
You can see more of Georgie’s work on her Behance profile here.
What incredible news to start the year!
We’ve just heard that Cameron van Tonder’s Feared Future and Simon Kotze’s Ben’s Lab were named as finalists for the Cape Town International Animation Festival. Amazing!
We’ll find out more about their achievements during the festival, which will be held from 8-10 March at the River Club in Cape Town.
To learn more about the CTIAF, check out their website here.
Third year student, Bianca Pesch, designed this wine label for Savage wines, which will go into production soon. It will be so exciting to see it on the shelves!
Read more about the process below!
We are so proud to be part of this jazz event honouring Peter Mayekiso and Samson Msemme, apartheid activists from Kayamandi, Stellenbosch. With Herbie Tsoaeli and the African Time Quartet as the headliners – it’s going to be an incredible night!
It takes place this Friday (20 July 2018) at Fismer Hall, Stellenbosch University.
You can learn more about the event here.
Over the weekend, Lene van Heerden was awarded the best production as an individual in the tradigital category for the student awards at the Cape Town International Animation Festival!
To both Lene and her lecturer Daniela de Lange – well done! We are so proud.
You can see some more pictures of the event below, as well as the winning film itself.
We are proud to announce that Morgan Mulholland has been shortlisted for the Sony World Photography Organisation Awards Student focus. From all the global entries for this category, Morgan is one of only 10 Finalists and the only African finalist – we couldn’t be happier!
This is now the fifth year in a row that our Photography students have been shortlisted for the awards – testament to the hard work of our students and our lecturers alike!
To learn more about the Sony World Photography Awards click here
And to see more of Morgan’s incredible work check out his website here
The year is only beginning and already our students are doing amazing things!
Lene van Heerden, Nicolas Hulley & Justin Kingwill were just announced as nominees in the student awards for the Cape Town International Animation Festival (CTIAF). Well done everyone! The awards ceremony takes place on the first weekend of March and we can’t wait to see how they do!
To learn more about the CTIAF and follow our students’ journey, you can check out their website here.