Staying current with technology is of the utmost importance for quality educational delivery, each week there are better and more efficient ways to enhance the adult learning environment. Students of the Centre for Arts and Technology will soon be on the very cutting edge of educational delivery.Over the past few quarters, a few programs were chosen to “test-drive” a new method of delivering...
Mar 6, 2014
Mar 4, 2014
Dillon Larade was pleased to hear the Centre for Arts and Technology’s animation program was here in Halifax, so he could stay close to home in Dartmouth while he went to school. As a current student in the 3D Animation for Game, Film, and Visual Effects program he likes the smaller class sizes and how the teachers bring industry experience into the classroom. “The training that...
Mar 4, 2014
Janel Heighton, previous student council president at Centre for Arts and Technology, is aiming to become an Environment Modeler. Before she started at Centre for Arts and Technology, she was studying Architecture at Dalhousie University. While she loved the hands-on work, it was difficult to work with such huge class sizes - Teachers didn't know who you were, and it was difficult to get...
Mar 4, 2014
We recently caught up with Digital Filmmaking Graduate Thomas Bowerbank. After Graduation, Tom went on to found his own production company, Bowerbank Cinema, and has worked on a number of exciting film projects. He recently completed the short-film Nica inspired by his travel experiences in Nicaragua. You can check out the film on Tom’s website at http://www.bowerbankcinema.com/#/nica/.Here’s...
Mar 3, 2014
‘Music is probably one of the most important aspects of my life,’ said Justin. ‘I chose to come to CAT because it offered a variety of audio knowledge.’ While pursuing a degree in Public relations, Ben was itching for a more fun experience. ‘Why should school have to feel like work?’ says Ben. After many years of teaching himself to play drums, he enrolled at CAT saying ‘This is the perfect place...
Feb 26, 2014
Centre for Arts and Technology is always looking for ways to align passionate individuals with quality education in a fun and creative environment. One method we have used in the past and will continue to use in the future is through providing scholarships to potential students.
Feb 24, 2014
The current Graphic Design & Web Development grad group, Abby Rumpel – Samantha Cullen – Mercedes McCann, have been given the opportunity to work with Mark Luongo from PRTY H3RO to develop a series of band member logos for their up-and-coming YouTube channel called ‘PRTY H3RO Presents.
Feb 21, 2014
Fresh Twist on Cityscape | Graphic Design Students at Centre for Arts and Technology Craft Logo for Inaugural Choose Fredericton Campaign
Students at Centre for Arts and Technology know why they chose Fredericton to live, play and learn the skills they need to tackle tomorrow. So who better to design the face of a new campaign aimed at giving recent graduates a glimpse of the good life awaiting them here in Freddy Beach? Students in the Graphic Design program designed a logo and social media badge commissioned for the City of...
Feb 18, 2014
Yvonne Rizkallah always knew she wanted to enter into a career where she could use her love for computers. But after spending two years studying computer science, she sought out a new program to foster her creativity. After taking a few years off from school, Rizkallah decided to enroll in the animation for game, film and visual effects program at the Centre for Arts and Technology (CAT).
Feb 17, 2014
Not many audio engineering students can say their department head sits among the top tastemakers in North America, but that’s just another advantage of studying at the Centre for Arts and Technology in Fredericton.