Academics and artists are invited to participate in the 2nd Rising of Lusitania AnimaDoc Conference(10 - 11 September 2022, online).
Vancouver Animation School (VANAS), has just opened its first office in the USA.
School of Creative Media, University of Hong Kong seeks a Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor in Animation.
Kropka writes about the new animation M.A. program Re:Anima.
Apply for the LUCA School of Arts professor academic position in animation.
Stop motion filmmaker Irida Zhonga discusses Jan Svankmajer in the context of Mikhail Bakhtin's concept of 'the grotesque body'.
Olga Bobrowska reviews the recent monograph by Andrijana Ružić,Michael Dudok de Wit. A Life in Animation.
Montpellier French School ArtFX opens its doors for new higher education programme in animation via its ArtFX Academy.
The edited book Experimental and Expanded Animation: New Perspectives by Vicky Smith and Nicky Hamlyn, has been voted the winner of the 2018-2019 Norman McLaren/Evelyn Lambart Award for Best Scholarly Book in Animation.
Download the conference proceedings of the Twisted Dreams of History Conference
Graphic Stories Cyprus conference returns for its 5th edition, 15-17 March 2019.
Applications are sought for the 2-year Master course at Vold University College, Norway.
The UK animation scholar to be awarded during the opening ceremony of the festival.
Aesthetic Interferences: The Stop-Motion Technique in the Animation Narrative book project has opened for Indiegogo crowdfunding support.
KCL University professor Christopher Holliday argues computer animated films constitute a genre in their own right in his new book The Computer-Animated Film: Industry, Style and Genre.
ASIFA-Hollywood and the Animation Educators Forum (AEF) announced the scholarship winners for academic year 2018-2019.
Paul Wells head the international programme of the 5th Animafest Scanner Symposium (5-6/6) at the 2018 Animafest Zagreb festival.
Tomm Moore, Olivier Cotte, József Fülöp, Nikita Diakur, József Fülöp and Olga Bobrowska among the speakers of the 8th international Vienna symposium Under the Radar.
Susana de Sousa Dias, Joan Fontcuberta, José Miguel Ribeiro will lead the one-day Lisbon symposium (27 June) will explore provocative approaches to the factual through animated filmmaking.
The edited book by Stefanie Van de Peer won the award for best edited book from the British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies.
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