Behind A Creative Education

All I hear as I am reaching the finish line towards graduation, are whispers in my ear screaming that I will not find the job I am looking for. All the questions we have been running from since we first stepped on campus, are becoming a reality. As a Film and New Media major, already […]

Challenging the concept of the “Protean Careerist”

By: Keegan Douglass In Ruth Bridgstock’s article “Skills for creative industries graduate success,”  empirical evidence is used to support the notion of the Protean Careerist. “Hall describe the protean career as a career orientation in which the individual, rather than the organization, is in charge, where the person’s core values drive career decisions, and where […]

Creatively Unemployed

  When deciding which college I would attend I was confronted with two choices; either attending an institution focused exclusively on the arts and the technical skills that accompany it, or a liberal arts institution where my education would be less focused but ultimately more diverse in nature. When most people learned that I chose […]

The Bodega Boys Are Doing Something Right

As an avid Twitter user, I would say I’m pretty amused and easily captured by the culture this platform has created. In my opinion the conversations, debates, jokes, commentaries, and trends of mainstream culture tends to have its first beginnings on Twitter. Now, Twitter is a huge platform that serves many different communities, but if […]

Madea Franchise : Born by Accident

Madea, a one time character from I Can Do Bad All By Myself turned into an audience’s favorite. In 2000 Tyler Perry introduced Madea. The tell you how it is, marijuana-smoking, badass grandmother that a lot of people relate to. In 2001 Perry featured Madea in his play Diary of a Mad Black Woman. Then […]

IS DUBBING BOOMING?

According to the Oxford Dictionary, dubbing is replacing the original speech in a movie or television program with words in another language. In other words, dubbing commonly refers to a post-production process in which the actor’s voices are replaced with different voices from performers speaking another language. Dubbing first originated when actors had an unsatisfactory […]

Developer Abuse – How Game Designers Enjoy No Job Security

On September 21st, 2018, 250 employees working for the massive game developer Telltale Games were laid off, under what Telltale called a “majority studio closure“. With no forewarning or severance, hundreds of people lost their jobs and were given half an hour to leave the building, save for a small team of 25 workers that […]