Monthly Archives: February 2019

An Animation Analysis Of ‘Spider-Verse’ By Animator Jean-Denis Haas

From Cartoon Brew: Click here for the article and video. In anticipation of that release, Jean-Denis Haas, a senior lead animator at Industrial Light & Magic as well as an instructor at Animation Mentor, released a terrific video yesterday where he talks about his appreciation of the film’s animation using clips that have already been […]

ASIFA-Hollywood’s Animation Educators Forum’s Annual Scholarship Program

ASIFA-Hollywood’s Animation Educators Forum’s annual scholarship program is now accepting applications. This is an international opportunity, assisting students in completing their education in accredited college-level animation programs, applications are accepted from students entering their year or above and from graduate students. Awards range from $2,500 to $5,000 and may be applied to tuition, books supplies, […]

Spring 2019 ANM Online Director Town Hall Chat

Wednesday, February 27th @ 4:00pm Pacific Time To participate, register here: https://live4.academyart.edu/anmdirthsp19/event/registration.html Can’t attend? You can request a recording here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/D6N88Y5 If you have any issues accessing the online meeting room, please contact the Online Help Desk: Email: online@academyart.edu Phone: 415.618.3545 or 1.888.431.ARTS

PIXAR SPARKSHORTS: “Kitbull” by former AAU student, Rosana Sullivan

Spring Show 2019 Submission Guidelines

Check out the submission guidelines here.

Spring 2019 Onsite Town Hall Meeting

BlueSky is coming on February 21st!

Annecy International Animation Film Festival- Deadline February 15

The Annecy International Animation Film Festival is a competition between cartoon films of various techniques (animated drawings, cut-out papers, modelling clay, etc.) classified in various categories including feature films, short films, films produced for television and advertising or the internet and student films. It’s free to enter. Deadline is February 15.Here is the link on […]

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