Ringling Designates 2015-16 Trustee Scholars

Ringling College of Art and Design held its 21st annual Trustee Scholar Awards last weekend, honoring 13 students representing each major plus the Office of Student Life. This year’s ... Continue Reading →

VFS Partners with China Art Schools

Vancouver Film School signed two novel partnership agreements with Chinese educational institutions earlier this month. President James Griffin and other VFS representatives signed ... Continue Reading →

Filmakademie Project ‘Jazz Orgie’ Is FMX 2016 Trailer

A student project from the Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg Institute of Animation, Jazz Orgie by third-year student Irina Rubina, has been selected as the new trailer for the FMX 2016 ... Continue Reading →

Imaginarium, NFTS Offer Performance Capture Course

The United Kingdom’s National Film and Television School has partnered with Andy Serkis’ performance-capture and production company The Imaginarium to offer a new course in performance ... Continue Reading →

Healthy Animation Selection at High School Film Fest

The official selections for the 2015 High School Film Festival, taking place October 9-11 in New York City, have been announced. These include a hefty helping of animated entries. Congratulations ... Continue Reading →

Khan Academy Launches ‘Pixar in a Box’

Free online education outlet Khan Academy (KhanAcademy.org) has launched Pixar in a Box — a new resource that explores the academic concepts behind Pixar Animation Studios’ ... Continue Reading →

MDC Inaugurates Animation & Gaming Complex

Miami Dade College in Florida will inaugurate the Miami Animation and Gaming International Complex (MAGIC) at its Wolfson Campus on August 21 at 10:30 a.m. MAGIC will be the first facility ... Continue Reading →

AUB Named first UK Centre of Excellence for Toon Boom

Toon Boom Animation has officially recognized Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) as its first U.K. Centre of Excellence. Toon Boom Centres of Excellence (COE) are accredited post-secondary ... Continue Reading →

Cogswell College Relocating to San Jose

After over two decades based in Sunnyvale, Calif., Cogswell College will be relocating to a new location in San Jose during the month of July. The school serves some 600 students and ... Continue Reading →

Animation Legend Eric Goldberg to Teach at USC

Veteran animator Eric Goldberg has joined the USC School of Cinematic Arts’ John C. Hench Division of Animation and Digital Arts. Goldberg will teach classes on the fundamentals of ... Continue Reading →