D3 (Digital Design Den) brings together top content creators, scholars and independent thinkers to inspire and increase opportunities for underrepresented youth and people of color interested in advertising, technology and digital production careers.
D3's “digital literacy” initiative intends to expand the diversity within the design and technology pipeline by creating exposure to entry-level art, design and tech skills.
This year marks Miami Dade College’s 5th anniversary of D3, the event for creatives, focused on the exploration of all aspects of traditional art, digital design and technology.
Who Attends D3
Students, Professionals, Employers & Recruiters
Creative types that are interested in traditional and digital design careers, like: Visual Art, Photography, Graphic Design, Web Design, Interactive media, Visual Effects, Motion Graphics, Audio, and Post-Production.
Emerging Artist and Designers looking to enhance knowledge and skill sets.
Exhibitors that want to showcase current and emerging hardware and software technologies.
Where will D3 be held this year?
The School of Entertainment & Design Technology will host its 5th annual event at Miami Dade College - North Campus, Tuesday April 2nd, through Thursday April 4th, 2019.
MDC is a state-supported college with seven campuses, three centers and numerous out-reach centers, and is one of the most highly regarded college in the nation. The total number of students enrolled to MDC in past two years was over 160,000. MDC has the largest undergraduate enrollment of any college or university in the country, serving students from at least 150 countries that speak approximately 76 different languages. In addition, MDC enrolls more Hispanic undergraduate students than any other college or university and is the third largest to enrolled Black non-Hispanic undergraduate students.