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Seven new educational institutions have been accepted into Sony Pictures Imageworks’ Professional Academic Excellence (IPAX) program. After a rigorous review process, Brigham Young University, California State University Northridge, Filmakademie Baden-Wurttemberg, Linkopings Universitet, New York University, School of Visual Arts and Texas A&M University were added to the list, which now [...]
Graduating students at Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, Fla. will be treated to a commencement speech by DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg. The toon titan will also receive the school’s first-ever Honorary Doctor of Arts Degree during the ceremony, which takes place on May 2 at the [...]
VanArts in Vancouver is offering an Animation Master Class with Pixar aniamtor Andrew Gordon on the weekend of April 19-20. Designed for professional animators and studients alike, the seminar will explore the ins and outs of creating high quality feature animation. Andrew Gordon has been creating character animation professionally for [...]
With so much animation being created in India these days, Graphiti School of Animation has launched a one-year professional training course to help meet the demand for qualified and talented artists. Headed by Indian animation legend Ram Mohan, the program joins a number of courses for both beginners and working [...]
Massive Software, the Academy Award-winning developer of autonomous agent 3D animation systems, announced that its educational programs have been adopted by a number of higher learning institutions. Massive-developed courses and curriculum will be integrated into animation and 3D programs as Gnomon School of Visual Effects, Savannah College of Art and [...]
The Gnomon School of Visual Effects in Hollywood and the Visual Effects Society (VES) will host a special two-hour program on the visual effects in Disney/Pixar’s Ratatouille in November. Apurva Shah, effects supervisor at Pixar Animation Studio, will provide an in-depth shot breakdown on the visual effects employed in the [...]
Max the Mutt Animation School Toronto, Canada announced that it is integrating Toon Boom Storyboard Pro and Digital Pro into its animation program. The software solutions will be come part of the school offers a rigorous, in-depth curriculum based on Warner Bros. and Disney guidelines. In addition to a series [...]
There’s still time to enter Animation Magazine’s Annual Student Reel Awards. Please send us your animated short (completed in 2006-2007 school year either on DVD or VHS or provide us with a download link address by Monday, July 16, 2007. First prize will get a nice write-up in our magazine [...]
The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences 34th Annual Student Academy Awards were recently handed out in Hollywood. Sarah Wickliffe’s Art’s Desire (New York University) and Youngwoong Jang’s Mirage (New York School of Visual Arts) tied for the top honor in the animation category (Animation Gold Medal). The Bronze [...]
Sexy former tennis pro Anna Kournikova has doubled up with Cartoon Network to promote physical activity among children. An ambassador for Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA), Kournikova will be featured with popular Cartoon Network characters in a new healthy lifestyles DVD program titled Get Animated with Anna Kournikova. [...]