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Starting a new career in a completely different field involves a lot of learning to set one’s self up for success. Alli Bernskoetter shares about her experience in leaving education to start a new career as a web developer and designer.
Creators often find that their work life and their hobbies overlap. Because of this, some creatives may fear and/or experience burnout. Burrell Behavioral Health therapist Ty Thornton explains what burnout is, and she provides several strategies and techniques for how one can work through and even prevent burnout.
An abridged presentation on the major areas and concepts of the Animation Pipeline.
Big cities such as New York or L.A. are often places that come to mind for aspiring creators. However, there are opportunities right here in Springfield, MO.
Professor Steven Carpenter offers his advice for students who want to make the jump from ‘Animation Student’ to full-fledged Animator.
Working for a company and freelancing are two options creators have. Both have benefits and drawbacks. Creative Director Merry Fidler and Animation student Joseph Collado discuss the differences.
Starting a project can be the hardest part. Finding something to spark a big idea is key. Professionals and students share where they find their inspiration.
There are many career choices within creation. Here is a descriptive list to help you get started in your research about possible career opportunities.
Merry Fidler, the Creative Director at Double Jump Media provides a list of qualities and traits she looks for in perspective hires. Do you meet these standards?