ASIFA-Hollywood’s non-profit association of teachers and scholars names first inductees into its new Hall of Fame, honoring the most influential artists and scholars in the history of animation.
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Organization’s Animation Educators Forum has awarded 9 students from 5 states and 4 countries with scholarships totaling $39,730; the funds will be used to help defray costs of software, hardware, creative and academic research, and tuition.
Nine educators from the UK, US, India, Ireland, Brazil and the Netherlands receive faculty grants, awarded annually to individuals or groups, providing support for research, scholarly activity, or creative projects in the field of animation.
Organization’s Animation Educators Forum awards a total of $40,000 to 11 students to help defray costs of tuition and equipment.
AEF Class of 2020 Animation Virtual Showcase will highlight creative work and final projects from animation graduates all over the country, who’ve been hampered by COVID-19 from exhibiting and screening their work.
Organization’s annual Animation Educator’s Forum grants are awarded to full and part-time teachers for research, scholarly activities or creative projects.
Non-profit professional organization to divide funds between the Animation Aid Foundation, Animation Educators Forum, Animated Film Preservation Initiative and Open Source Software development.
International Animated Film Society awards its first annual Animation Educators Forum faculty grants to Owen Klatte from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and Dave Mauriello of Drexel University.
Deadline to apply for the 2017 Faculty Grant program from ASIFA-Hollywood and the Animation Educators Forum is February 6.