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Tracking freshly hatched baby turtles, monitoring rising sea levels and using animal bone ash to make substratum for coral reefs are just some of the exciting activities that a group of intrepid student artists and underwater researchers from CityU will undertake during an expedition to the Coral Triangle.
Around 100 kindergarten students have been immersing themselves in music through a series of interactive musical games designed by the creative media students.
Twenty-eight CityU students took part in the IT exchange programme managed by Cyberport Digital Media Centre, travelling to Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK and Japan during the summer to undertake information technology or digital media training.
Over 60 graduates of the School of Creative Media displayed 56 photography and multimedia works in an innovative exhibition:"Medialogue 2008:Upsilon", showcasing their passion for arts and creativity.
Two Creative Media students attended “Tokyo Game Show 2007”, one of the most renowned gaming expos in the world, through the Government’s “I.T. Exchange Programmes 2006/07”. They were among the first selected to attend the event through the scheme.
Students of CityU’s School of Creative Media help design the exhibition venues and posters for Asia’s first ACM SIGGRAPH Traveling Art Show, and stage a concurrent exhibition titled “Playful Media” when the Art Show takes place at CityU.