Do you aspire to be involved in digital production for games? Then join us on Friday, August 28 for an afternoon with Gnomon education lead Anton Napierala and recruiter Adam Hartel for an in-depth conversation about all things games.
During this event, Gnomon Education Lead Anton Napierala, with clientele including Disney, Mattel, MTV, and Miramax, will join host Adam Hartel for a discussion regarding how Anton integrates VR and game engine software, tools, and techniques into Gnomon’s curriculum. Anton and Adam will talk about how you can get started in digital production for Games, the use of game engines and VR in the industry, and the career pathways available to artists in this field, and more.
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Gnomon's full-time programs and 10-week individual courses are designed to develop well-rounded artists that are skilled in the diverse disciplines within 3D production. For those outside of the US, virtual classroom-style online courses are also available.
As Education Lead, Anton is responsible for developing curriculum for Gnomon’s games courses. Anton integrates VR and game engine software, tools, and techniques into existing and projected courses. He encourages students to expand their specific area of games study to a broader context through exposure to successful industry professionals. Anton also provides mentorship to students and works with faculty to foster communication across all programs. He has an extensive background as a Maya artist and instructor, with clientele including Sony, Disney, and Mattel.
As Recruiter, Adam travels to high schools, community colleges, and trade shows to educate prospective students about Gnomon’s academic options and provide information about careers in the entertainment industry. With over two decades of experience working in nonprofit, Adam has used his skills in visual art, photography, and design to create socially conscious initiatives in collaboration with art students and professionals. He has lived and worked abroad in Norway and the Netherlands while traveling Europe as a community developer and public speaker.