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The Finished Product: Advanced Interior Design Technology Graduate Cassidy Stober Wins Design Challenge

Advanced Interior Design Technology student Cassidy Stober was the lucky winner of a design challenge set by Westwood Fine Cabinetry, Kelowna. The challenge? To design a Mid-century Modern-inspired drinks cabinet. The icing on the cake was that Westwood was so taken with the winning design, they decided to produce it as a one-off, and the …

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Alumni Spotlight: Digital Filmmaking Graduate Chris Hummel

Words: Deborah Lampitt-McConnachie Chris Hummel doesn’t remember exactly how he heard about the Centre for Arts and Technology. Indeed, he doesn’t even remember contacting the college, but when course advisor Michael Thorpe returned his email, he thought to himself – “yeah, let’s try that”. “It was fate,” he declares. “I’ve always watched movies, and loved …

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3D Animation Alumni Calder Moore Talks Designing Coins for the Canadian Mint

Words: Sean Ridgeway There aren’t many people who can say their work is literally worth cold, hard cash-in-hand; but with his ongoing work for the Canadian Mint, Centre for Arts & Technology 3D Animation alumni Calder Moore is certainly one of them. Animation Department Head Sean Ridgway caught up with his ex-student. Q: What inspired …

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11 Questions with Chris “Hollywood” Holmes: Q&A with an Audio Engineering Guru

We sat down with Chris “Hollywood” Holmes, the department head of the Audio Engineering & Production program at the Centre for Arts & Technology. Here is what we learned: Q. What made you decide to become an audio engineer? A. I think like most people who end up in this line of work, I started …

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The Sound of Success: Centre for Arts & Technology Partners with Studio DMI to Create the Digital Music Alliance

Words: Taylin Simmonds Ever wonder who is behind many of the most popular tracks you hear on the radio? The team at Studio DMI in Las Vegas has been leading the way in the electronic music scene for years. Studio DMI’s head engineer, Luca Pretolesi, has worked on some of the biggest hits from the …

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Everybody Loves Randal: A Look into the Mind of a Student Success & Industry Relations Expert

Words: Natasha Di Luorio & Carla Du Toit Randal is the dad everyone wished they had. He is a motivator, and realist, and a pivotal member of the Centre for Arts & Technology. If you stepped into any of his Professional Development classes, you would see an entire room full of engaged students – students …

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A Digital Filmmakers Prize Winning Short Film: Late Harvest

And the Winner Is…Words: Deborah Lampitt-McConnachie The Saskatchewan/Alberta border town of Lloydminster is just about as far away for the glamour of Hollywood as you can get. However, it is home town to Centre for Arts & Technology ‘Digital Filmmaking’ alumni Benjamin Musgrave, and also the location for his 2017 prize-winning short film ‘Late Harvest’. Late Harvest …

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What We’ve Learned… A Conversation with Centre for Arts & Technology Students

Author: Natasha Di Iuorio/Carla Du Toit Success doesn’t just happen. It’s hard won, usually after an ongoing series of trial and error. We talked to CAT students about the most important things they have learned for their own success, so far. Is your favourite tip here? “Do your homework. Put in hours every day- especially if …

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