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NossiMICs Music Industry Panel

Nossi Creatives wanting to work in the music industry are part of our student group called NossiMICs. Their goal is to find creative careers in the music, entertainment and sports worlds. This panel will feature three professionals in the Music Industry with a focus on creative assets. Do you want to learn about senior-level positions in the music industry (photo, video, design, art direction, web, etc?) – come out and ask your questions to our panel of experts! PANELISTS – WHO ARE THEY?  Russ Harrington – For 25+ years, Russ has been the go-to photographer for Nashville country music’s biggest stars. Learn more by visiting his website: http://www.russtalks.com/meet-russ Alicia Bequette – CMT Senior Director, Off Air Brand Creative Kim Levitan – Adjunct Graphic Design Instructor at Nossi and freelance designer for entertainment clients Robert Hamm – Grayscale Marketing Chief Operating Officer This event is open to the public but RSVPs are required. Graphic Design Artwork: Taylor Powers, NossicMICs graphic design member

International Travel – Nossi’s First Study Abroad Trip Was a Success!

WRITTEN BY: lfunke

Nossi College introduced our first study abroad trip to Ecuador in 2018. With an itinerary to check out the local scene and connect with the community, this group spent eight days on an international adventure. Nashville powerhouse photographer (and luckily also an amazing Nossi instructor), Sheri Oneal and 12 eager photo students share their journey. The images are gorgeous, students were a little sunburned, but everyone came back on top of the world after this amazing adventure. Below are photos from photo students and excerpts from Sheri Oneals’ blog. Read more of Sheri’s blog here. Nossi’s Photo Program Day 8! As our journey comes to an end, we are very grateful for the experience and especially, the honor of being the first Nossi College of Art study abroad group!   “It was really nice to feel a bond with the folks over there, but also with the students. We learned a lot about each other.” “There are things about each of us that no one may ever know, but our stories and experiences often help others feel connected.” To discover more about the pros and cons of travel and how cultural differences made for the best memories throughout the journey, visit Sheri’s website here.  Day 7! [Photography by: Alexandra Cale, Emma Wilson and Michiah Posey] This day was particularly special because we knew it was our last day exploring Ecuador and we were determined to enjoy all we could, even along our 4-hour drive back to Guayaquil, where we will fly…

Nossi College of Art Offers Options, Opportunities for Art Institute Students

WRITTEN BY: intern extraordinaire

This December, The Art Institute of Tennessee Nashville is among 30 colleges, owned by Dream Center Education, closing their doors. After meeting with AI’s Department Chair, Phillip Lacy, Nossi College of Art Vice President, Cyrus Vatandoost, and his team at Nossi agreed to a solution helping displaced students.  Nossi College wants AI students to find the means of continuing their bachelor degree education they already began. “We are committed to talking with each AI student individually to understand his or her academic and career goals,” said Vatandoost.   “We want to help students decide the degree program best suited for them with the intent to transfer as many courses as possible. We want these students to have a positive experience here at Nossi College.”     Nossi College of Art is a private art and design school in Nashville, celebrating 45 years of teaching creative professionals this fall. Their programs are suited well for AI students because Nossi’s degree programs are commercial-based, not fine art-based, engrained with experiential learning for real-world experiences. With an easy transition of degree options, students from AI can transfer their earned credits to a bachelor program at Nossi College. With Art Institutes closing, O’More College of Art and Design moving limited programming to Belmont and Memphis College of Art closing, Nossi College of Art will fill the creative arts voids left by these colleges. Nossi College of Art’s fall semester starts September 10, 2018. Are you an AI student or do you know one who needs help?…

Fall Semester Starts Sept 9

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