The Fourth Annual AME Leadership Institute
"Bringing Industry Authenticity into the AME Classroom"
Product and Pathway Certification Session
Presenter: Julian Colbeck, KEYFAX
Digital Video Production and Jaimie Knight, Huntington Beach APA Adapting Audio Engineering Test for Certification
Presenter: Andy Cook, NVIDIA
NVIDIA VR Certification and Implementation Options for Schools
Mark Harris, CERTIPORT
Validate your student’s skills and portfolio with Industry Certification: Certiport
Jay Sheehan, USITT and Professor at SDSU
Theatre Technology Certification by USITT
Ronda Cordova, Adobe Teacher
Adobe Certification: Addressing the Challenges in Preparing your Students for the Certification Process
Trevor Perkins, Precision Exams
Exploring Precision Exams for AME Pathway Certification
Sean Glumace, Independent Consultant
Understanding Industry Certifications and 3rd Party Assessments, Funding & Sustainability
Kris McClung, AME Consultant and Shane Schmeichel, Coronado School of the Arts Director
Performing Arts Certification – What would it look like?
Engaging with Pathway Technology Session
Alexander Libby, Production Pro
Production Pro, a pre-production notebook- Just bring your iPad, and we’ll show you how!
Jaime Knight, Huntington Beach APA
Music Technology for the Performing Arts, Including Editing Sound for Rehearsals
Jeannine Flores, VAPA at Santa Clara COE
Augment Your AME/VAPA Classroom Reality! Add VR to your student displays!
Casey Dockendorf, MASSIVR
Animation, Illustration, Game & Film: The industries and the tools.
Eric Gersh, Media Teacher
Complex Production and Project Management with Trello and Celtx
Roger Jaffe, Computer Science Teacher
Attention Game Design Teachers: Bring 3D and Virtual Reality Programming to Your AME Classroom
Jack Mitchell, AME Industry Sector Consultant, CDE
AME Pathway Certification…What will be required?
Nancy Rae Stone, CA Film Commissioner; Sean Glumace, Independent Consultant
Film Commission: Opportunities for internships for Teachers and Students
John Gordon, CDE Facilities
CTE Facilities Grant: Information about the second round of funding
Andy Cook, NVIDIA
Intro to Artificial Intelligence/Deep Learning Demystified
Melanie Zapper, Teacher
Character From Movement for Actors and Dancers
MaryRose Lovgren, CTE Online
What Does CTE Online Have for AME Teachers: LOTS OF CURRICULA!
Kris McClung, AME Consultant and Anne Bown-Crawford, Executive Director, CA Arts Commission
Advocating for Arts Education in Your Back Yard
Pathway Portfolio, Marketing, and Job Prep and Engaging with Pathway Technology
Allison Frenzel, Teacher; Adriana Marcielo, Executive Director, Joe Goode Dance Co.
Professional Websites for Performing Artists
Tacy Trowbridge, ADOBE
Creative workforce at Adobe
Angela Gomez Holbrook, Teacher, Community College
Designing Pages with CANVAS – Marketing Applications
Jack Mitchell, AME Industry Sector Consultant, CDE and a Panel of Industry Professional Film Artists
Production Managerial Portfolios for Independent Film Artists
Riana Bucceri, Teacher and Anna Woerman, Teacher
Certification, Marketing, and Job Prep Process for Digital Media Students at CoSA
Jay Sheehan, Professional Production Manager and SDSU Professor
Portfolios and Job Preparation for Theatre Artists
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Connecting With Industry..Career Focused Panels
Each panel of industry experts will be lead by a facilitator participants will have the opportunity to talk to industry experts
Dance and Theatre Performance Industry Panel
Animation Industry Panel
Music Performance and Sound Production Industry Panel
Multimedia Production Industry Panel
Graphic Design/Photography Industry Panel
Film and Video Production Industry Production Panel
Broadcast Production Industry Panel
Game Design Industry Panel
Theatre Technology Industry Panel
AME Pathway Job Alike Conversations
Each job alike will be lead by a teacher facilitator in an interactive conversation. Bring copies of courses and or lessons you would like to share. Come and learn from your teacher contemporaries.
Dance and Theatre Performance Job Alike
Animation Job Alike
Music Performance and Sound Production Job Alike
Multimedia Production Job Alike
Graphic Design/Photography Job Alike
Film and Video Production Industry Production Job Alike
Broadcast Production Job Alike
Game Design Job Alike
Theatre Technology Job Alike
AME 2018 Institute Special Feature
Adobe Industry Certifications
We are excited to announce that Certiport will be hosting a certification lab for all registered attendees to get certified in Adobe software. The certification exams will be free to all attendees, up to three exams per person. This offer is valued at $195 per exam, up to $585! To learn more about the exams available and view the exam objectives visit www.certiport.com/adobe.
The Adobe Certified Associate exam will be available in the following Adobe products:
You can view the available versions at:
If you pre-register for an exam time slot in advance of the event, Certiport will send you a free practice test voucher to prepare.
To learn more about the Adobe and Toon Boom certifications, learning resources, and receive a practice test voucher, visit the Certiport booth or stop by the certification lab.
Adobe and Certiport will also be presenting breakout sessions on how to integrate certification and digital tools into your courses and certify your students. This opportunity is supported by Certiport, Sean Glumace and Certification & Career Pathways Readiness Group, LCC www.2crpggroup.com
Special Events-"Tech Talk," San Diego State University
Want to Know About What Kind of Technologies Are on the Horizon for AME?
How Will These New Technologies Affect the AME Industry and Teaching?
Come to TECH TALKS, a special feature of the 2018 AME Leadership Institute!
Sunday, April 15 at 7:00 pm at San Diego State in the Experimental Theatre.
Transportation: easy 2 stop trolley ride from Doubletree Hotel to SDSU. Join the group going to TECH TALKS at the trolley station at 6:15 pm for the 20 minute ride to the campus. From the trolley stop at SDSU, it is an easy 10 minute walk to the Experimental Theatre.
Limited Seating! Sign up Here!
Tech Talk Session 1-Creatives vs Coders
Blurring the Line between AME and Computer Science
Summary: The line is blurring between the creative side of Arts, Media, and Entertainment professionals and the coders and programmers that make their ideas happen. When coders obtain some knowledge of design and creatives acquire some knowledge of programming, the AME is an amazing and awesome place.
Tech Talk Session 2-Andy Cook, NVIDIA
The Future of AI and its role in the AME Industry
Artificial Intelligence is being used in self-driving cars and many other automatic technologies, but how will it be applied to the AME Industry Sector? What are the implications for the artists and technicians who work in the Industry Sector?
Tech Talk Session 3-Sean Hauze, Instructional Media Developer, San Diego State University, Panel of Experts
What We Do: VITAL – Virtual Immersive Teaching and Learning
Today, virtual and augmented reality are changing how people work and learn. Learn how VITAL serves as an incubator for research on the next wave of virtual and augmented technologies that enable experiences that would be impossible or out of reach in a traditional learning environment.