Gnomon Welcomes Spider-Man Artist

Gnomon School in Hollywood gets up close and personal with one of the 3D artists behind Sony’s megahit, Spider-Man 2, on Thursday, Jan. 27. Nominated for two Visual Effects Society ... Continue Reading →

Incredibles Artist Flies to Max the Mutt

Scott Caple, an environment designer and art director who contributed to the Disney/Pixar megahit, The Incredibles, has joined longtime friend and animation director Tina Seemann on ... Continue Reading →

Cal Grants Offer Money for School

If you’re a high school senior looking for money for animation or art school (or any college, for that matter), you might want to look into California’s Cal Grant program. ... Continue Reading →

Persistence of Vision: How 2D Animation Education is Surviving Today

When last year’s student Oscar for animation was handed out, it went to a 2D animated film, Alex Woo’s Rex Steele: Nazi Smasher. But the extent to which 2D will continue ... Continue Reading →

The Padded Cel: Tooniversity and Beyond

This month I have been asked to provide profound insight into a) picking an animation school and b) landing a job in animation. Rule #1 of Showbiz Success states ‘always offer ... Continue Reading →

Oregon3D Under New Management

Oregon3D is undergoing some changes, according to a statement posted on its website recently. The Oregon school is now under new management and ownership but insists that it’s ... Continue Reading →

Career Night at Bay Area Art Institute of Calf.

The ACM SIGGRAPH Student Chapter of the Art Institute Of California San Francisco will host Career Night on Friday, Oct. 15 at 7 p.m. The event is open to all Bay Area students, budding ... Continue Reading →

EA, USC Open Game Lab

Video Game publisher Electronic Arts (EA) and the USC School of Cinema-Television today unveiled the EA Game Innovation Lab at USC’s Robert Zemeckis Center for Digital Arts. Zemeckis ... Continue Reading →

New Animation Focus for Northern Oklahoma College

Northern Oklahoma College Tonkawa’s Multimedia Digital and Communications program has been renamed the Digital Media Institute (DMI) and will offer an Associate of Applied Science ... Continue Reading →

USC, Electronic Arts Launch Video Game Program

University of Southern California students will have more reasons to spend their time playing video games. The university’s School of Cinema-Television will partner with publisher ... Continue Reading →