Ryo Orikasa takes home the Grand Prize for short animation, while Joël Vaudreuil takes home the Grand Prize for feature animation, at the 47th annual Ottawa International Animation Festival.
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The 5-day festival and TV animation conference, featuring screenings, exhibits, workshops, and entertainment, is around the corner, running September 20-24.
The 5-day September festival and TV animation conference, which features screenings, exhibits, workshops, and entertainment, invites Canadian creators to kickstart their animated series concept with the annual Pitch THIS! event – submissions deadline is June 16; kids ages 8-12 can apply to participate in the OIAF Kids Jury - submissions deadline is July 12.
Annual computer graphics conference and exhibition comes to Sydney, Australia December 12-15; the event’s Computer Animation Festival celebrates the inspiring world of computer generated visuals.
The 4-day hybrid event runs April 25-27 in Stuttgart, with an exclusive online day April 28.
The annual five-day event returns September 20-24; there are no entry fees, and artists worldwide are invited to submit through May 31.
The multi-award-winning stop-motion studio's newest and largest exhibit features immersive displays, film artifacts, and interactives spotlighting ‘Coraline;’ ‘ParaNorman;’ ‘The Boxtrolls;’ ‘Kubo and the Two Strings;’ ‘Missing Link;’ and the upcoming ‘Wildwood;’ show kicks off in March and runs through Summer 2024.
Coming to The National Gallery of Art November 25, the installation features a live visual and music performance, an artist talk, and a demonstration of interactive animated artworks.
In collaboration with ‘Immersive Van Gogh’ exhibit creators Lighthouse Immersive Studios, the experiential exhibit will deliver music and artistry from Disney Animation’s iconic canon of films to live audiences as never experienced before.
The exhibition highlights the iconic characters created by Finnish author Tove Jansson and their evolution in animation through the decades; installation runs through January 9, 2022.
The virtual event celebrates visual arts with a focus on animation, illustration, and concept art; this year LBXO expands to six days, running September 7-12.
The 2021 online platform's theme, ‘Reimagine Tomorrow,’ is all about connecting the FMX community virtually.
‘Animation through the Ages’ will examine career longevity, challenges, and keys to success with industry veterans offering insights from their own career journeys and experiences.
Month long festival will kick off September 3 with a focus on digital animation and motion-art; events will also be available via live stream.
Attendees will navigate a 3D virtual show floor featuring an international array of artists and exhibitors; over 200 presentations will be offered.
44th Ottawa International Animation Festival, which runs September 23-27, 2020, is now accepting submissions.
'Bridging the Gap' between people and projects from around the world is the theme of this year’s conference at the Haus der Wirtschaft in Stuttgart, Germany.
Total Chaos expands with over 60 new speakers; Google, Zaha Hadid Architects and Porsche among presenters.
Comic-Con International: San Diego is a nonprofit educational corporation dedicated to creating awareness of, and appreciation for, comics and related popular artforms, primarily through the presentation of conventions and events that celebrate the historic and ongoing contribution of comics to art and culture.
E3 is the world’s premier event for computer and video games and related products.
Dynamic exhibition running March 23 to October 4, 2017 features animator behind memorable Disney villains Jafar and Scar.
The Cartoon Art Museum to celebrate the work and lasting impact of legendary comic creators Will Eisner and Jack Kirby as part of Will Eisner Week.
Technology-based exhibit developed by the Museum of Science, Boston in collaboration with Pixar Animation Studios makes its West Coast debut at the California Science Center and IMAX Theater in Los Angeles on October 15.
Major retrospective of Spanish animation features historic work from 1908 through 1975 featuring artists, designers, humorists and studios including K-Hito, Francisco Macián, Robert Balser, José Antonio Sistiaga, Isabel Herguera, Javier Mariscal, Mercedes Gaspar, Rodrigo Blaas, Anna Solanas, César Díaz Meléndez, Nicolai Troshinky, Jossie Malis, Laura Ginès, Alberto Vázquez, Estudios Moro, Balet y Blay, and the Headless Studio.