CIIT- Philippines College of Arts and Technology
24 pre-teens and teenagers ages 11 to 19 had the opportunity to create their first 3D animated character last summer. For 8 days, from May 19 to June 4, these teenagers attended the 3D Animated Character Design workshop here at CIIT. This was their chance to use AutoDesk 3D Studio Max and Adobe Photoshop in designing their animation under the supervision of a high-caliber instructor and practicing game developer.
Sago Express is a puzzle game, whose gameplay won an award in the Philippine Game Festival 2013 as Best Mobile Game. Game play involves beating the clock as you try to find and remove as many patterns from the board as you can. For every successful pattern you find, you gain extra time or earn coins. Coins help you buy power-ups that help you advance your score even higher.
Last Monday, 21 April 2014, the CIIT Students’ Lounge transformed into an art gallery and showcased “Letras y Figuras”, an art exhibit culminating the History of Graphic Design class under the tutelage of Ms. Liv Jacinto.
CIIT Chief Operating Officer, Nerian V. Guyang, and guest Mr. Jaime Delos Santos, former dean of UST CFAD and member of CHED
Last March 1, 2014, CIIT College of Arts and Technology announced the six students from different high schools in the country as winners of its PHantasya IV art competition. Also, on that day, they announced the start of voting for the People's Choice Award and last 19 March, one student who received more than 1,000 likes on CIIT’s Facebook page was declared a winner.
Last Saturday, 1 March 2014, close to 200 hundred students, teachers, and parents gathered at the Circle Events Place to join CIIT's Phantasya IV: An Arts Competition Unlike No Other, and witness the winners.
On its fourth year, CIIT College of Arts and Technology conducted its annual art competition in traditional and digital arts. Held
Manila Rush is a game that has been getting good reviews on Google Play, which you can download free on your Android phone. It lets you run through the streets of Metro Manila, avoiding cars, swerving buses and jeepneys, and lane cutting taxis. With its cartoonish rendition of EDSA, complete with road repairs and blockages, and even an MRT running at the side, you can now be entertained while stuck in traffic literally.