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Want to know what DigiPen Europe-Bilbao students are capable of creating? Check out some of these outstanding student projects in games, art, and animation.


Student Animations

Applying all of the skills and techniques they have learned in the classroom, students in the BFA in Digital Art and Animation program tackle a series of short film projects as a part of their program coursework. In addition to showcasing their technical mastery of digital tools and artistic fundamentals, these films give students the chance to discover what it means to evoke emotion through visual storytelling and bring characters to life.

Student Art

To excel in the digital arts requires more than innate talent. It takes years of discipline, study, and a keen understanding of the visual language found within nature, architecture, and the world around us. With time and dedication, students in the BFA in Digital Art and Animation program gain the ability not only to imagine new worlds altogether, but also the skills and insights to bring those ideas to life through captivating imagery. These are just a few fine examples of what our students have created at DigiPen Europe-Bilbao.

5 students stand outside with the DigiPen Bilbao campus building in the background.

Announcements

Our Latest Lineup of Workshops Offers Exciting Opportunities This Summer

From art and animation to game design and coding, join us in Bilbao for the return of our summer workshops.

The Digipen logo, along with the C++ logo, lay in front of an arbitrary segment of C++ code.

Students

Curriculum Insights: Why DigiPen Europe-Bilbao Prioritizes C++ in Computer Science Degree

Learn how our curriculum embraces C++ and see how our teaching philosophy recognizes this language’s dominance in real-time interactive simulation education.

A cave painting depicting a group of animals.

Students

An Anthropological View of Bringing Animated Life through Motion

The first entry of our Faculty Focus series sees Professor Asier Azkarraga dive into the concept of animating the inanimate.