Time-Based Media

Ringling College of Art & Design / Forrest MacDonald
Ringling College of Art & Design / Forrest MacDonald

Time-Based Media programs are essentially umbrella programs for animation, digital technology, interactive media, and video. Using acquired skills in drawing, sculpture, and digital art; an understanding of light, sound and motion; and education in character development, editing, and scriptwriting, students learn to tell and create meaningful stories and unique sequences. Graduates are prepared for careers as video editors, producers, practicing studio artists, and animators.

DEGREE-GRANTING INSTITUTIONS

Art Academy of Cincinnati

Cincinnati, OH

Columbus College of Art and Design

Columbus , OH

Cornish College of the Arts

Seattle, WA

Lesley University College of Art & Design

Cambridge, MA

Memphis College of Art

Memphis, TN

Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design

Milwaukee, WI

OCAD University

Toronto, ON

Otis College of Art and Design

Los Angeles, CA

Ringling College of Art and Design

Sarasota, FL

School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Chicago, IL

School of Visual Arts

New York, NY

Watkins College of Art, Design & Film

Nashville, TN

Scott Weinstein | Filmmaker and Producer

Scott Weinstein | Filmmaker and Producer

As co-producer of NBC’s “Weekend Update” on Saturday Night LiveScott Weinstein (Pratt Institute, B.F.A. Film ’97) is involved in every last detail of the news-parody segment, from graphics, to props and, of course, jokes. Weinstein began working in television while he was an undergraduate in Pratt’s Department of Film/Video and Photography. “I started interning with the Discovery Channel after my sophomore year,” he says. “Then I started interning for Conan O’Brien... I did that for a semester, and I thought ‘well, let me try SNL,’ so I ended up coming here and never left.”