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CENTRE FOR ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY- 2019 GRAD CEREMONY

Hello Centre for Arts and Technology Graduates! Graduation day is almost upon us! We are very excited to celebrate with you and your friends and family. Please read the following carefully as there is very important information regarding the schedule of events, tickets and portrait opportunities. Registration Reminder, Ceremony Schedule and Tickets Grads, you MUST …

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UNCOVERED – CENTRE FOR ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY 2019 GRAD EXHIBITION SHOW

Welcome everyone to our 2019 grad exhibition show, we are excited to showcase this new batch of students moving forward in their careers! The programs featured with showcased work will be Event and Promotions Management, Network Security Specialist, Graphic and Digital Design, and Digital Photography, and Animation for Game, Film and Visual Effects. Below is …

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Interview with Centre for Arts and Technology Instructor Taylin Simmons

Music may be life, but life is more than just music, as lead Electronic Music Production instructor Taylin Simmonds makes clear in his new podcast ‘Just Talk About It’   Taylin Simmonds is lead instructor on the Electronic Music Production program at CAT, as well as an alumni (he graduated from CAT’s Electronic Music Production in …

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Centre for Arts & Technology Partner with Accelerate Okanagan for Local Digital Filmmaking Project

Every year, Centre for Arts & Technologies Digital Film students are paired up with local companies to shoot a corporate video. This ‘live’ project is part of the Business of Video and Film course and is done in partnership with Accelerate Okanagan. “Accelerate Okanagan is a tech accelerator – we help technology and tech-enabled companies …

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Centre for Arts & Technology Audio Engineering Instructor Chris Holmes Talks Business & Working for Yourself

Words by Audio Engineering & Production Instructor Chris Holmes If working for yourself is the dream, here’s what you need to know: That First Year The first year of a new business venture sucks. There’s just no other way to spin it. Struggling to get your business off the ground is something every person deals …

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Centre for Arts & Technologies Interior Design Department Talks Collaborative Competition

  The Interior Design Department has been busy on a collaborative competition with Westwood Fine Cabinetry in Kelowna. The challenge to design a contemporary cabinet inspired by mid-century modern design. “We were looking for something that encompassed all the learning outcomes of the ‘Millwork, Detailing and Furniture Design’ class, and collaborated it into one design,” …

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Center for Arts & Technology Staff Share Insights on Landing a Great First Job

As Centre for Arts & Technology grads are heading out to find gainful employment, we thought some tips from staff and alumni might prove helpful. “I think the biggest thing to remember is to be confident – confident in the experience you have, the knowledge you’ve gained, and your ability to do the job that …

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Centre for Arts & Technolgies Network Security Students Discuss Stronger Password Creation

OK. Hands up how many of you have a password that combines your cat’s name with your birthday. Just me then? Somehow I don’t think so. We know it’s wrong, but it’s easy, and anyway, what are the chances of something bad actually happening, right? Think again. According to the 2017 Norton Cyber Security Insights …

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