Washington, DC, June 12, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The Center for Digital Imaging Arts at Boston University (CDIABU) was chosen by the Art Director's Club of Metropolitan Washington (ADCMW) to receive its Design Leadership Award. The award is given to an organization in the local community that supports the value of good design, helps bring good design to the business community and the public, and has demonstrated partnership with the ADCMW to further these goals.
Bill Chenaille, director of Outreach at CDIA in Washington, D.C., said, “There has always been a strong link between industry and education, and our relationship with the ADCMW epitomizes this synergistic relationship. Our students have benefited from the high quality workshops while CDIA has provided an energetic, creative environment to host the events. Receiving this award is truly an honor and one that is shared by every member of CDIA's staff and faculty. We look forward to working with the ADCMW to foster a thriving creative community here in D.C.”
Saturday, June 6, CDIA Executive Director Bob Daniels accepted the award at ADCMW’s 60th Annual Gala at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. Find more on the ADCMW, visit www.adcmw.org.
The Center for Digital Imaging Arts at Boston University offers intensive, hands-on training in Digital Filmmaking, Photography, 3D Animation, Graphic & Web Design, Audio Production and Web Development. Full- and part-time certificate programs are available at state-of-the-art campuses in Waltham, MA and Washington, DC. Financial assistance and career services are available. For more information please call 800-808-CDIA or visit http://www.CDIABU.com.
Jim Cameron, Campus Director,