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Visual Effects Expert Gives Special Presentation at Madison Media Institute(May 05, 2014)
Madison, WI (PRWEB) May 05, 2014
Madison Media Institute (MMI) is offering an open seminar on visual effects, with special guest Alberto Noti. The seminar will take place on Thursday, May 15th at 6:00 p.m., in the MMI Building B Theater located at 2752 Dairy Drive on the east side of Madison. The intent is to develop stronger networking opportunities and infrastructure for filmmakers in the state.
Alberto Noti is a well known Visual Effects Artist that has worked on Spider Man 2, Matrix Reloaded, I am Legend and Hancock. He is presently the Visual Effects Supervisor at Raven Software. At the seminar, Alberto will demonstrate how to dissect an image in visual effects. As an expert in Maya and After Effects software, Alberto will discuss his career, the movies he has worked on and what is going on presently in the visual effects industry.
According to Alberto, giving back to the younger generation is one of his favorite things to do. It is the responsibility of the older generation to teach the new generation. Technology is changing so quickly and showing young people the ropes will give them a path to discover, he states.
Established in 1969, Madison Media Institute (MMI) specializes in media career training through hands-on work utilizing cutting-edge equipment. MMI offers Associate Degrees in Digital Art & Design, Electronic & Audio Visual Systems, Entertainment & Media Business, Game Art & Animation, Mobile Application Development, Recording & Music Technology, Video & Motion Graphics; and Bachelor of Science Degrees in Entertainment & Media Business and Independent Digital Film. Our curriculum and facilities are continually upgraded to coincide with developments made in media technologies and communications.
Madison Media Institute is accredited nationally by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges. For more information about Madison Media, please visit http://www.mediainstitute.edu.
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