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Uni SA Houdini Media Industry Placement

Our collaboration with one of South Australia’s leading Universities, The University of South Australia, will give students of Uni SA‘s Bachelor of Media Arts program a rare opportunity to learn from the best.

Each year, selected third year students from Media Arts will undertake 18 units of their degree program, at the Adelaide studios of Rising Sun Pictures, learning dynamic effects and lighting from working artists and technical directors in our world-class effects team. Who knows, top students may even have the chance to land their first job in the film production industry when they graduate.

UniSA lecturer in CGI for the Bachelor of Media Arts, Dr Josh McCarthy, says “the opportunity to work with some of the leading experts in the country as part of an undergraduate program is exceptional.”

“The Bachelor of Media Arts at UniSA is one of the only degree programs that embeds visual effects software such as Houdini in its teaching and thanks to this important collaboration with Rising Sun Pictures, students will now have the chance to learn how industry-standard tools are used to their maximum potential in the workplace,” Dr McCarthy says.

“We’re excited about this collaboration because it will give our students experiential learning opportunities of the highest level, one that is sure to inspire them and fire up their creativity.”

Managing Director and co-founder at Rising Sun Pictures Tony Clark says he “hopes the partnership will encourage new generations of talented visual effects experts.”

“At Rising Sun Pictures we understand what it is to work hard to achieve something exceptional,” Clark says.

“It goes without saying that twenty years ago not many people would have imagined an internationally successful film industry business would be born in Adelaide.”

“Part of our role now should be about encouraging new talent in our home town. Through this partnership with UniSA we want to develop the creative talents of local students but also their belief in what is possible through enterprise and commitment.”

If you’re interested in studying Media Arts at UniSA, you can find out more here

Feedback from Previous Students

“The course taught me how to produce a photo-real visual effect.  It gave me a deeper understanding of HoudiniTom and Dan are both amazing teachers and made the course infinitely more enjoyable.  Huge thanks to everyone at RSP for making this possible.  It truly is a life changing experience”
Ben Kay, Student, Houdini Media Industry Placement, August 2016

“I loved the fact that it was in-house at RSP.  It’s been an amazing opportunity to be able to network with people in the industry, and to learn at the industries standard.  This has been a major stepping stone toward the career that I’ve desired!”
Justin Greenwood, Student, Houdini Media Industry Placement, August 2016

Uni SA Houdini Media Industry Placement

Our collaboration with one of South Australia’s leading Universities, The University of South Australia, will give students of Uni SA‘s Bachelor of Media Arts program a rare opportunity to learn from the best.

Each year, selected third year students from Media Arts will undertake 18 units of their degree program, at the Adelaide studios of Rising Sun Pictures, learning dynamic effects and lighting from working artists and technical directors in our world-class effects team. Who knows, top students may even have the chance to land their first job in the film production industry when they graduate.

UniSA lecturer in CGI for the Bachelor of Media Arts, Dr Josh McCarthy, says “the opportunity to work with some of the leading experts in the country as part of an undergraduate program is exceptional.”

“The Bachelor of Media Arts at UniSA is one of the only degree programs that embeds visual effects software such as Houdini in its teaching and thanks to this important collaboration with Rising Sun Pictures, students will now have the chance to learn how industry-standard tools are used to their maximum potential in the workplace,” Dr McCarthy says.

“We’re excited about this collaboration because it will give our students experiential learning opportunities of the highest level, one that is sure to inspire them and fire up their creativity.”

Managing Director and co-founder at Rising Sun Pictures Tony Clark says he “hopes the partnership will encourage new generations of talented visual effects experts.”

“At Rising Sun Pictures we understand what it is to work hard to achieve something exceptional,” Clark says.

“It goes without saying that twenty years ago not many people would have imagined an internationally successful film industry business would be born in Adelaide.”

“Part of our role now should be about encouraging new talent in our home town. Through this partnership with UniSA we want to develop the creative talents of local students but also their belief in what is possible through enterprise and commitment.”

If you’re interested in studying Media Arts at UniSA, you can find out more here

Feedback from Previous Students

“The course taught me how to produce a photo-real visual effect.  It gave me a deeper understanding of HoudiniTom and Dan are both amazing teachers and made the course infinitely more enjoyable.  Huge thanks to everyone at RSP for making this possible.  It truly is a life changing experience”
Ben Kay, Student, Houdini Media Industry Placement, August 2016

“I loved the fact that it was in-house at RSP.  It’s been an amazing opportunity to be able to network with people in the industry, and to learn at the industries standard.  This has been a major stepping stone toward the career that I’ve desired!”
Justin Greenwood, Student, Houdini Media Industry Placement, August 2016

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+61 8 8400 6400 learn@rsp.com.au

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