Join us for our
Admitted Student Series!
Beginning Tuesday, May 12th and throughout the months of May and June, the creative community of Columbia College Hollywood will be hosting a series of events designed just for you.
This is a great opportunity to celebrate your acceptance to Columbia College Hollywood and Flashpoint Chicago, and to learn more about your chosen discipline through chats with industry visionaries, demos and much more.
To receive login information for each of the events, fill out the form on the side.
Date: Tuesday, May 12, 2020
Industry Speaker – VFX
Sarah Eberhardt, Technicolor, VFX Artist, 2010 Columbia College Hollywood Grad
Sara is a profound VFX Producer at Technicolor VFX, who has gained remarkable insight, wisdom, and experiences throughout her journey in the entertainment industry. Learn more about Sara’s career path here.
Date: Wednesday, May 13, 2020
Justin Jackola, JJack Productions, Filmmaker, Flashpoint Chicago Grad
Thursday, May 14th
Industry Speaker – James Auwarter
Meet the professionals! Come join a discussion with Grammy winning audio engineer James Auwarter as we talk audio, music industry and everything in between.
Saturday, May 16, 2020
Graphic Design Roundtable – Graphic Design
Making the transition from college to the real world to the surreal world and what the current Covid-19 pandemic could mean for the future of Graphic Design. Join our Digital Arts chair in this roundtable discussion.
Week of: May 18th – 22nd
Details to follow soon.
Friday, May 22, 2020
The Filmmaking Process
Join the Flashpoint Chicago Film Department as we view storyboards, a thesis film and behind-the-scenes footage. Explore the filmmaking process, from concept to completion.
Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Time: 3:00 p.m. CST
Speed Sculpting Demo
Lead Faculty Member of VFX, Chris Tedin along with current VFX students are to demo speed sculpting techniques and free software you can use at home to fine tune your 3D animation and modeling skills.
Wednesday, May 27, 2020
Calling all Filmmakers
In cinema, we create worlds on screen. These days many of us are living most of our lives in a world of screens. We take framing, camera angle, and lens choice for granted – but control of these elements is foundational to the moving picture. In this session, Cinema Department chair Dave Martin discusses the foundational cinematic concept of mise-en-scene and demonstrates the effects of various lenses on image-making.
Thursday, May 28, 2020
Industry Speaker – Recording Arts
Adam Gaynor, former band member of Matchbox 20 will discuss what it is really like in the music industry and working with Recording Artists.