Profiles of Schools/Colleges in New York (NY) Offering Animation, Design, Gaming, and Media Related Programs

How to become an illustrator in New York

The state of New York is home to about one-and-three-quarter million commercial businesses and many thousand talented visual artists pursuing careers.  Fortunately, New York corporations support an ongoing demand for commercial graphic artists, especially in the highly technical field of illustration.

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How to become a multimedia editor in Syracuse, New York

The city of Syracuse, New York supports as many as 25,000 commercial enterprises, among them several hundred media-friendly corporations and private businesses.  Multimedia design is currently the hottest profession in the field of visual arts.  Syracuse maintains an ongoing economic demand for audio-visual editors.

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How to become a multimedia editor in Rochester, New York

The city of Rochester, New York supports many businesses in need of multimedia services.  Talented artists residing in Rochester regularly find employment in the field of audio-visual design, especially as editors.

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How to become a multimedia editor in New York City

New York City is one of the best places in America for most careers, including multimedia design.  Multimedia design, especially editing, is among the hottest topics in today's creative, high tech work force.  New York City supports many thousand commercial businesses and private entities that employ professional audio-visual editing technicians.  After all, most multimedia productions need editing.

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How to become a multimedia editor in New York

The state of New York features thousands of commercial businesses and private companies dedicated to multimedia production.  Many talented New York artists enjoy the fast-growing demand for local audio-visual designers, especially editors.  Virtually all multimedia productions need editing.

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New York

So, what makes a school a “top” school? This may be up for debate in some circles, but according to a number of student groups, education organizations, bloggers, and alums, roughly a dozen factors separate the best from the rest. Sure, a quality education is very important, but some of the other issues these groups care about are cost, convenience, job placement services, types of student clubs and organizations, intramural sports, cultural opportunities, quality of the facilities, student population, and even Greek life. Fortunately, a large number of New York schools scored high in all areas. Many of these schools also happen to offer some of the finest art and design programs in the world—including programs for aspiring game designers & developers.

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How to become an animator in Syracuse, New York

The city of Syracuse, New York features many local visual artists and as many as 25,000 commercial businesses.  Now that new technologies have simplified visual media production, artists all over Syracuse are pursuing employment in the field of animation.

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How to become an animator in Rochester, New York

The city of Rochester, New York features as many as 45,000 commercial businesses and many thousand resident visual artists.  Recent global developments in digital technology and visual media design have multiplied the economic demand for local animators.  Lately, artists all over Rochester are landing cool jobs in the field of animated film design.

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How to become an animator in New York City, New York

New York City is America's largest city, supporting as many as half a million commercial businesses and well over eight million local residents.  It is also home to many thousand visual artists pursuing lucrative careers in the field of animated motion picture design.  

New York City Schools and Training Programs for Animation

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New York

At Animation Career Review we have profiled colleges across the US that offer animation, design, and game related programs. Below is a list of profiles of New York colleges:

Alfred University

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