Albuquerque Bosque – 1 Hour Prior to Dawn in New Mexico
Do you want an opportunity to work on an innovative media project?
Would you like to be trained on advanced techniques in photography and digital compositing?
How about a paid internship with pioneers in new media?
The Art, Research, Technology and Science Laboratory (ARTS Lab) of the University of New Mexico and the Institute for American Indian Arts (IAIA), with the generous support of the Interdisciplinary Film and Digital Media program, are sponsoring a summer workshop and training internship for students at the University of New Mexico. Through this paid position, students will be crew members on the production of a short documentary film for full dome theaters. In the course of this production, students will be trained on advanced photographic techniques in capturing 360° environmental imagery and compositing that imagery into virtual sets and digital matte paintings.
From 21 May 2012 through 29 June 2012 students will work daily on this project with the mentoring of ARTS Lab and IAIA trainers. Students will have access to the advanced immersive media facilities at the ARTS Lab and IAIA throughout this program.
This program will be conducted at both the IAIA campus in Santa Fe and the IFDM’s Hartung Hall(old Architecture & Planning Building) at UNM’s main campus in Albuquerque. 1 week of this workshop will be a field training exercise at Chaco Culture National Historic Park.
To apply, please go to this link: http://goo.gl/chOag
This program is funded through Department of Defense Grant #1234567, Advanced Immersive Media for Virtual Reality Training.