frame:work is excited to announce the launch of our student talent drive for Spring ‘22. Last spring we initiated the frame:work New Talent List which featured eighteen recent graduates and current students from four university programs. This year we are looking to expand our university reach, enlarge the student list, and launch get:a:job:con – a virtual job fair event.
frame:work is uniquely positioned to introduce students to employers and freelance contractors in the fields of virtual production, XR and video content design. Work in the business of live entertainment and creative installations is full of opportunity and new horizons. We represent a community of designers, creative technologists, producers and engineers in a variety of applications for broadcast tv, film, theater, concert touring, permanent installations, and more. We look for sharp, self-motivated students from a variety of academic backgrounds who have experience with:
- Real-Time Content Creation: Unity, Unreal, Notch
- Content Creation: After Effects
- 3D Modeling: Cinema4D, Blender & StudioMax
- 3D Drafting: Vectorworks, SketchUp & AutoCAD
- Producing and Project Management
- Creative Coding: Processing/C# & Traditional Coding: C+, Java & Python
- Programming Media Servers & VP Platforms: disguise, TouchDesigner, Pixotope and others ● Technical Production and programming Skills – GrandMA, Artnet, Networking, Camera Tracking ● Creativity, Collaboration and innovative use of technology to tell story
During the fall ‘21 semester we will engage with our university partners in preparation for launching student submissions in early January. Students who have been successful in the past have come from theatre programs, emerging media programs, animation and game design programs. If you feel you have students who might be interested, but are unsure if this path is applicable/too technical, we are available to you to discuss this program and answer any questions you may have. frame:work will host an online student gathering in late January to discuss the submission process and the different types of career paths that exist in our field.
Please indicate your interest in informing your students of our program by replying to this email. You can read more about frame:work and our mission here. We look forward to supporting your students and your program!
Ben, Sharon, TJ & Laura
UNCSA Kenan Institute for the Arts Board Member firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Cincinnati: College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) Head, MFA Lighting program