The Isaacson School for New Media has joined forces with Colorado Mountain College’s professional photography and graphic design programs to meet the needs of students.
CMC’s Isaacson School for New Media started classes in August, in the form of associate degrees and occupational certificates, as well as non-credit workshops designed to help mid-career professionals and entrepreneurs learn new media skills. The Isaacson School’s new media program includes three tracks for prospective students: digital journalism, marketing and media production.
Brian Tinker, director of CMC’s graphic design program, said the joining of programs was a natural transition, as the college’s curricula in photography and graphic design have been evolving to reflect new media trends.
Tinker said the shift towards collaboration between programs will allow his graphic design students to take new media courses and for new media students to take graphic design courses.
For more information about the Isaacson School, call Colorado Mountain College in Aspen at (970) 925-7740, ext. 2417. Registration is underway for spring classes and workshops.
The Carbondale office of Otak, Inc. has relocated to 1821 Blake St. in historic Lower Downtown Denver.
Principal Kate Schwarzler announced the move, noting that Otak has been part of the regional community for the past 13 years.
“We are also pleased to announce that Linda Schuemaker will remain a part of Otak and will continue serving clients from her home office in Glenwood Springs,” Schwarzler said.
Established in 1981, Otak is a full-service landscape architecture, architecture, planning, design and engineering firm based in Portland, Oregon.