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May 10, 2017
Matt Stewart is known for helping our students reach their own dreams, but he recently traveled all the way down to South Carolina to live one of his own. Matt has worked on Olympic committees, the 2015 Toronto Pan Am Games, lived in the Australian Outback and even shaped minds in Japan. He has also trained leaders of industry and members of global finance, witnessed Billion, yes Billion, dollar...
Apr 20, 2017
It is not often you get to film some of the top athletes in the world, while shadowing a Gemini award winning producer and a Canadian Soccer Hall of Famer on an Olympic level sports competition, but that is just what some of our students were up to recently. Mike Brannagan and Helen Stoumbos of Gleam Media were here to shoot Canada's finest at the Big White 2017 World Para Snowboard...
Mar 6, 2017
As the animation and visual effects industries continue to grow in British Columbia, animators and other creative types are seeking out new ways to connect with each other, find employment opportunities and feel the pulse of the industry as a whole. Groups, networks, discussions and coffee shop series are popping up all over, and Kelowna is no exception. Home to several animation studios, Kelowna...
Jan 31, 2017
Dear Students, Staff, Colleagues,It is not the Centre’s policy to comment on executive action being taken by another country, nor does the Centre generally comment on Canadian and World news; however, in light of recent events I feel compelled to speak out and offer my sincerest heartfelt condolences for the families of Canadians who lost their lives in Quebec City at the Centre Culturel...
Jul 25, 2016
It’s a good time to be a late twenty-something adult these days; with many things from the late eighties and early nineties making a comeback, even things that we aren’t happy to see return; high-waist shorts, crop tops, jelly sandals….**groan**. From fashion to past-times, everything old is new again including a digital phenomenon taking the world by virtual storm! Pokemon Go is a digital reboot...
Jul 11, 2016
Centre for Arts and Technology is a place of learning, exploration, diversity and creativity. What better way to show you than through some student features? Over the coming weeks and months, we will be featuring some outstanding students and the creative work they are producing! Starting with the Digital Photography department’s senior students, you will have the opportunity to get to know some...
Jun 29, 2016
Picture this; a 19 year old who just wanted to play guitar and record music as a hobby…..Have you heard a story like this before? Do you think you know how it ends?Riley MacIntyre is the embodiment of this story.  Riley graduated from CAT in 2009.  The story of his beginnings in Penticton, BC to his thriving career are both, amazing and inspiring.Riley became interested in recording...
Jun 20, 2016
Centre for Arts and Technology is proud to announce that a groundbreaking partnership has been established between Centre for Arts and Technology and Langara College, Continuing Studies. This partnership will see CAT’s industry-proven animation curriculum offered at Langara’s downtown Vancouver campus.Kelowna, BC, June 7, 2016 – Centre for Arts and Technology is pleased to announce that a...
May 24, 2016
Centre for Arts and Technology’s annual Digital Bootcamp has come and gone, yet again. This year we had more Bootcampers than ever join us for 4 days of fun, educational exploration into the digital arts. With almost 150 high school students on campus, CAT was buzzing with activity as these young creatives explored programs such as 2D Animation & Digital Art, Audio Engineering &...
May 20, 2016
Back in January 2016, one of our 2013 Grads, Calder Moore, has been working on a secret project.  A Graduate of the “3D Animation” program (now known as “Animation for Game, Film and Visual Effects”), Moore has been working on a design for a new coin for the Canadian Mint:You can check out The Loon coin HEREFrom the Canadian Mint website:About the first coin design: The Loon“Designed by...

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