Open Day at SAE Byron Bay
You're invited to Open Day!
SAE Byron Bay welcomes you to our state-of-the-art Ewingsdale Road campus on Saturday, 12 August, from 11 am-3 pm (AEST).
Join us for SAE Open Night where you’ll have the opportunity to check out the campus facilities, explore study pathways for a career in creative media and get all your questions answered by existing students and industry experts.
Be inspired by what your creative future could be with SAE.
Experience SAE at Open Day
If you have tested positive to COVID-19 in the last 7 days or have any symptoms please arrange for a private tour when you are feeling better, we would be more than happy to show you around for a personalised tour.
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What graduates say about SAE
Aldo Arechar"Getting to meet other creatives [at SAE] who had other passions was very satisfying, as we were then able to collaborate on music and other projects." SAE Alumni | Current Job: Hans Zimmer's Remote Control Productions company in LA
Regine Caramancion"I really appreciated how my course at SAE not only started with the basics of game development, programming and design, but they were also able to immerse us into what the industry is like." SAE Alumni | Current Job: Independent Games Developer
Thomas Hartley"The cross pollination of my final project was really valuable. Getting to work with animation students on 3D stuff was awesome - SAE is great for that." SAE Alumni | Current Job: Creative Designer (CAA Agency & previously at Adidas)
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Enjoy a seamless transition to SAE student life, with the full support of our academic and admissions teams helping you as you transition into tertiary study.
SAE Student Work
Guitar Gods is a 2D animated short created in Trimester 6 (final) of the Bachelor of Animation.
MitchID is the work of Mitchell Viney and served as his personal branding identity which he used for his professional portfolio and online presence. The project aims to highlight his 3D illustration, branding and graphic design skills.
Industry professional programs such as the Adobe Suite were integrated with 3D software such as Maxon Cinema 4D. Mitch experimented with colour, tone and texture to create these 3D illustrations exploring themes such as organic / nature VS structural/man-made.
You can view more of Mitch’s work at: https://www.behance.net/gallery/45778903/Mitch-ID
Whilst still studying Mitch has secured work from organisations such as Bond & Coyne Studio, London and A & R Healthcare.
NEXT TRAIN FROM CASTLEMAINE
Next Train from Castlemaine is a bittersweet and emotional relationship drama about an old, recently widowed man, Ronan, who battles to keep his independence.
Melisa began the film with Screenwriter and Creative Producer Heidi Ylä-Ajos, and the rest of ‘Next Train From Castlemaine”s credits consist of SAE students from the film and audio bachelor programmes. Festivals the film has been selected for include the International New York Film Festival, Lulea Film Festival Sweden, Lift-Off Global Network in Toronto, Golden State Film Festival and more.