By Grand Design, DMAC (Digital Media Arts College) Retains TransMedia Group for Publicity Program
BOCA RATON, Fla., April 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Like a summer blockbuster movie with big explosions and eye-popping visual effects, the partnership between TransMedia Group and DMAC (Digital Media Arts College) will get everyone talking. www.transmediagroup.com
What will they be saying?
- Will Boca Raton's best kept secret DMAC get the recognition it deserves?
- Will DMAC continue to produce graduates who work on movies like The Avengers, Life of Pi and Star Trek Into Darkness?
- Will DMAC be the leading destination for students looking to learn digital graphic design and animation production?
"The answer to those questions is yes. We are thrilled to represent such a distinguished institution of learning like DMAC. It's an impressively beautiful campus with motivated students learning from notable professors," said Glen Calder, President of TransMedia Group.
DMAC is a private, fully accredited college offering graduate & undergraduate degrees and professional certificates in courses like Web Design, Visual Effects, Graphic Design, Computer Animation and Game Art, Motion Graphics, Computer Generated Modeling & Drawing, etc. The school's graduates have gone on to work on major motion pictures and design award-winning advertising campaigns. www.dmac.edu
"Although DMAC is highly regarded in the digital and graphics world, we retained TransMedia so we can go from being the best kept secret to being known for being one of the best education centers in the country," said Sunny Sharma, President of DMAC. "Whether it's our graduates getting to work for major motion picture studios or the accolades our professors receive, we have so many great stories to share with the world."
DMAC features a modern 33,000 square foot "studio-like" facility equipped with industry-standard tools for digital graphic design and animation production. Here students can take classes and learn in a full featured art studio or with a massive green screen using cutting edge professional video equipment.
"The media will be impressed when they see the campus and meet their students who are doing hands-on work on real world projects," added Iviani Figueroa, Director of Public Relations for TransMedia Group. "To see the growing amount of DMAC student success stories is simply amazing and inspiring."
TransMedia Group is a full-service public relations firm serving clients worldwide since 1981.
Media contact: Iviani Figueroa (561)750-9800 x233; Iviani@transmediagroup.com
SOURCE TransMedia Group