SAE will be hosting creative media workshops during the school holidays for 13 to 18 year olds.   Photo Contributed
SAE will be hosting creative media workshops during the school holidays for 13 to 18 year olds. Photo Contributed Contributed

Young media minds get to work with SAE

YOUNG aspiring animators, electronic music producers and designers will have the chance to learn from some of the best with the SAE Creative Media Institute, Byron Bay, these school holidays.

The SAE Summer Series, running from January 18 to 20, gives students aged 13 to 18 the chance to work on creative projects with lecturers and industry experts, using state-of-the-art facilities on campus.

SAE Byron Bay Campus Manager Bill Wade said it was a great opportunity for young people to experience life on campus while creating something tangible for their portfolio or showreel.

"Most importantly, it's a great way to help students with their future study and career decision-making," he said.

Students can choose from the following streams:

• Animation -learn the essentials of 3D animation and learn how to bring a character to life (three day course)

• Electronic Music Production - learn the fundamentals of creating your own beats and create your track from beginning to end (three day course)

• Graphic Design - create a stylish poster and learn the fundamentals of graphic design (two day course).

Tickets for the SAE Summer Series in Byron Bay are $220 ($150 for two-day Graphic Design workshop).

For more information and to book online visit http://creative media workshops that



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