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Visiting students and non-majors are invited to take classes during January Term, Spring at Tisch, and Summer. Earn credits towards your major or minor, build your résumé with an internship, or take classes to change careers. Come be inspired by New York City and our international sites.
The Office of Special Programs at Tisch School of the Arts provides access to the arts. Whether you’re an NYU or visiting college student, high school student or working professional, we provide you with the introductory exposure to the performing or cinematic arts and the advanced-level training to grow your craft.
About Tool Of North America:
Tool of North America is a creative production partner that concepts, creates and executes award-winning advertising and marketing for the world’s bravest brands and advertising agencies. Tool is powered by its talent, a best-in-class roster of directors and artists and internal team of technologists, designers and producer.s Tool takes a nimble approach to storytelling at the pace of culture and innovation, operating on a truly integrated model of deep specialties - from Live Action to Experiential, AR/VR and AI - that are inspired by and inform one another, and work together seamlessly.
In addition to producing hundreds of television commercials and innovation campaigns annually, Tool collaborates directly with top brands like Airbnb, Amazon and Facebook. Since its launch, Tool has created work that has won over 500 prestigious awards, including Emmys, Cannes Lions, The One Show, SXSW, and AICP. Tool was also named to Creativity's Production Company A-List from 2015-2017, and in 2016, the company was awarded Cannes Lions' highest production honor, the Palme d'Or.
www.toolofna.com // @toolofna
What We’ll Be Talking About:
We’re excited to visit with the students and staff at ITP and introduce our company and the work we produce. We’ll be sharing a range of projects we’ve recently worked on across Experiential, AR/VR, AI and blending live action content with interactivity. This includes:
*An AR driven art gallery exhibit for The Macallan
*Immersive installations for Intel at CES 2018, which included an LED Tunnel, Projection Mapped Autonomous Drive and AR documentaries (gif attached)
*A live-streamed event for Amazon Prime/The Grand Tour on Twitch
*AI powered ads created for Toyota
We’ll share insights into the creative, technical and production approach.
We look forward to meeting everyone!
Dustin Callif//Managing Partner
Dustin co-leads the day-to-day management of Tool, helping clients produce creative marketing with a business purpose. He is responsible for helping establish the innovation group at Tool, which consists of 4 business units: Experiential, VR/AR, AI/Web and Integrated. Since joining, Tool has been recognized on the AdAge Creativity A-List every year since 2009, won two Emmys, the Cannes Advertising Palme D’Or, and been inducted into the FWA HOF.
Before joining Tool, Dustin was Co-Owner & Managing Partner at digital agency Spacedog, with offices in L.A. and New York. In 2008, Dustin helped negotiate Spacedog’s acquisition by Mendelsohn Zien and Hakuhodo, the second largest advertising holding company in Asia. Working with clients such as Airbnb, Facebook, Netflix, Google, Adidas, Intel, and others, Dustin has overseen over 400 digital media projects across all digital platforms.
His projects have been recognized with numerous awards at the Emmys, Cannes Lions Innovation Festival, The Webby Awards, AICP Next, Clio Awards, One Show, SXSW, Ciclope, FWA HOF, Awwwards, MTV VMAs, AICP, OMMA and Davey Awards. Dustin maintains an active presence in the interactive advertising and marketing industry, serving as a judge for the Emmys, Webby Awards, and Effies, and guest lecturing at UCLA, USC, and Loyola Marymount. He has spoken at conferences such as the AICP Conference, SXSW Interactive Conference (2011, 2012, 2014), Ciclope, TV of Tomorrow, F5 Fest, Cannes Advertising Festival, NAB Conference, Seattle Interactive Conference, DMEXCO, and Digital Hollywood. He also holds membership in the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences. Callif is currently on the Loyola Marymount University’s M-School Board of Advisors and, most recently, he spoke at the 4A’s2017 CreateTech Conference about Leveraging Creativity With AI.