The Digital Imaging Center is a treasury of technological resources assembled in one location, serving full-time, matriculated undergraduate students majoring in advertising and graphic design as well as students registered in classes held in the DIC.
Part of the creative process is the final output and execution of work. The industry-standard printers and copiers of the DIC Studio provide the electronic and manual tools to bring projects to life.
The lab is closed during the winter break and for two weeks prior to the summer session as well as the two weeks at the end of the summer. Students must pay a summer lab fee in order to use the lab during the summer.
The 24 hours schedule is in effect only during the Fall and Spring semester, Monday through Sunday.
Summer schedule and operations will syill follow the standard of Mon-Fri, between the hours of 9:00 am and 11:00 pm. Please visit the DIC website, Facebook fan page, or twitter updates for the latest schedule information.
|Fall and Spring Hours|
|Monday – Sunday|
|Monday – Friday||Saturday||Sunday|
|9:00am – 11:00pm||Closed||Closed
Masters of Design: Richard Wilde
At twenty six, Richard Wilde founded the Advertising And Graphic Design department of the School of Visual Arts. Today, forty years later, he is considered to be one of the grand masters of design education; the students in his Visual Literacy class create an astonishing 2,000 images each week. The film features the annual GDAD Spring Show at the Art Directors Club, and interviews with Richard Wilde; it is loaded with students’ cool graphics and original music created in Wilde’s class. MASTERS OF DESIGN: A four part short documentary series portrays remarkable professionals from the design field who also enjoy outstanding teaching careers at the School of Visual Arts. The series was created in collaboration with the Chair of the Advertising and Graphic Design department at the School of Visual Arts, Richard Wilde who is also the executive producer of the project, and Nada Ray, design projects production veteran, who wrote and directed the series. Directed and Produced by: Nada Raybr Cinematography: Matthew Selkirk, Dan Brosnanbr Editing: Milena Jelicbr Animations: Lisa LaBraciobr Hats Illustrations: Judith Wildebr Sound Post Production: Vladimir Milojevicbr Music: Brandon Wilde, Briana Winter, Len Monachello, Chris Foleybr Executive Producer: Richard Wildebr Production: SVA/GDAD
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Thirty-five years ago, Richard Wilde launched the BFA Advertising and Graphic Design Department (gdad.sva.edu) at the School of Visual Arts (sva.edu)...
SVA Senior Motion Potfolio Screening 2012