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Tribeca Flashpoint students interview Omar Sy, star of Samba (premiering in Chicago this Friday):
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How well do you know digital marketing jargon?
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Our 2015 NEXT LEVEL high school summer sessions are selling out! Register today before all spaces are filled:
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Were these 51 TV moments as memorable for you as they were for the writers who made them happen?
The brains behind Lost, Sex and the City, The X-Files, Empire, Pushing Daisies, and dozens of other beloved shows singled out the line, scene, twist, or episode that's closest to their heart.
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Looking for contests and festivals to submit your work to this summer? We've compiled a long list:
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There's still time to start your degree this year! RSVP for our Interview Day, or call Admissions at 312.506.0605. http://buff.ly/1FH1SjF
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Do you have what It Takes To Be an SEO Manager? - Tribeca Flashpoint
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So wait... what IS ear training, anyway?
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High school students: spend 5 days in downtown Chicago learning film, music, animation, or design. Here's how: http://buff.ly/1Mw0a8G
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Whoa, a 3D printed bridge? That's so cool. http://buff.ly/1Cb7b9v
Amsterdam-based artist and designer Joris Laarman has created an innovative steel pedestrian bridge that will be 3-D printed by on-site robots. The MX3D Bridge project is currently in the testing phase in collaboration with Dutch construction company Heijmans, whose innovative building projects include a Starry Night–inspired bike path and pop-up housing for millennials.
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Know a high school student looking for summer adventure? Tell them about our summer program--five awesome days learning digital media in downtown Chicago: http://buff.ly/1C1y9QH
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There's still time to register for our digital media high school workshops in Chicago! Learn more here: http://buff.ly/1cOCLD5
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28 N Clark St #500 Chicago, IL 60602
28 North Clark Street #500USIllinoisChicago60602
(312) 332-0707tribecaflashpoint.edu
School, CollegeToday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 6:00 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 6:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 6:00 pmThursday 9:00 am – 6:00 pmFriday 9:00 am – 6:00 pmSaturday ClosedSunday Closed

At Tribeca Flashpoint College, we will help turn your passion for art, storytelling, and digital media into an actual career. Here, you can receive the solid artistic foundation and creative enrichment you expect from a world-class creative institution—plus professional mentorship you will need to transition successfully from student to professional in the field that you love.

Learn more about our bachelor's and associate degrees at www.tribecaflashpoint.edu.

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Luke Peterson
a month ago
Art School is what you make of it. This is NOT an art school but if you are interested in making art, you can pay a ton of money to get access to gear and studios you normally would not have access to. You will be given you a quick 2 year lesson on knowledge/language/software used in whatever industry, medium you are trying to succeed in. I know a lot of students were and are dissatisfied with the Teachers and Faculty and I don't blame you for thinking that. I had one good teacher there and his name is ALAN THATCHER. YOU ARE A LEGEND AND I THANK YOU TREMENDOUSLY!
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Michael Plurad
8 months ago
Great instructors but horrible administration. When concerns were brought up concerning classes we were not receiving but we had initially paid for the dean and head of the department tried to cover their a-- by offering us a summer course AFTER graduation. Left with a beginner's knowledge in my field and around 60K worth of debt.
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w Mott
8 months ago
They rejected me for my social media presences that is so dumb.
Jessica Berrios
12 months ago
Blah TwentyFive
2 months ago
This school is a For-Profit scam. Pay >$50,000 (two years) for a basic understanding of with little to no guidance. There is hardly any gauge of individual student progress due to 2/3 classes being defined by huge group projects. Making the entire process essentially Paying to work, instead of Paying for a quality education. Don't waste your money, one would be better off taking their time going to a community college part time, working, surviving and not stressing to the point of being disenfranchised about the industry. Also their "industry Professionals" are no different than any other professors at other colleges. On multiple occasions guests have mistaken students for instructors and instructors for students. Most teachers are part time and the full timers are stretched thin. The administration is so green they have no idea what they are doing, and often squash any negative issues by purposefully creating situations where students flunk out or just get tired of dealing with the bureaucracy. One could write a book on how TFC is the embodiment of the For-Profit schools in the USA. Their new 4 year program and online courses match right in with all the other for-profit business models that continually fail at education standards.
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Dan Wentz
6 months ago
I've had the privilege of being an instructor there for a couple years. Great experience and love staying in touch with all the great people I met there.
Julie Eydman
4 months ago
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OCTANK MUSIK
a year ago