Gold, Silver and Bronze Medal awards were presented by Oscar-winning filmmaker and 1992 Student Academy Award winner Pete Docter at a virtual ceremony now available to view.
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Studio’s latest effort to nurture animation talent will give voices to a new and diverse generation of artists with mentorship and support; program’s creative council will include veteran producers Pete Browngardt, Manny Hernandez, Katie Rice, and Aminder Dhaliwal.
WIA Chair of Education Hsiang Chin Moe announces and honors the recipients at 2021 BRIC Talent and Innovation Summit.
WIA president Marge Dean announces and honors the recipients at 2020 BRIC Talent and Innovation Summit.
Three Oscar-nominated animated features – ‘Incredibles 2,’ ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ and ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ were directed or co-directed by CalArts alumni.
Three weekly releases of student films showcase power of animation in global fight to end gender inequality and sexual harassment.
19 directors, including eight from four animated films, will receive medals at upcoming October 11 ceremony.
Co-director on ‘The Great Mouse Detective’ worked as director, animator and story artist on numerous studio films and special park projects.
WIA partners with The School of Visual Arts and California Institute of the Arts to encourage student participation.
Second annual ‘Animated Woman Symposium on Gender Bias’ exploring how female characters are presented in animated films to be held December 9 at 5:00 p.m. in Langley Hall on CalArts campus in Valencia, CA.
New book based on influential Animation History Class at CalArts by Maureen Furniss, director of the Institute’s experimental animation program, chronicles the history of animation from its earliest antecedents to the present day.
Led by Animation Supervisor Jason Carpenter and Animation Producer Irene Kotlarz, a team of CalArts alumni created the lyrical, painterly scenes for the film that evoke the history and landscape of Malala’s Swat Valley homeland.
Ten titles -- including Don Hertzfeldt’s ‘World of Tomorrow’ and Pixar short ‘Sanjay’s Super Team’ -- shortlisted out of 60 qualifying films.
Alyce Tzue of the Academy of Art University in San Francisco wins gold medal for ‘Soar’; CalArts student Seth Boyden takes the silver for ‘An Object at Rest,’ and SVA students Nicholas Manfredi and Elizabeth Ku-Herrero take the bronze for ‘Taking the Plunge.’