The School of Visual Arts in New York City is offering a peek at some of its outstanding in-progress thesis projects from the school’s various animation-driven departments.
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WIA president Marge Dean announces and honors the recipients at 2020 BRIC Talent and Innovation Summit.
Industry veterans Seth Zeichner and Pat Mariarity discuss using Adobe Character Animator and After Effects to create their animated short, ‘The Realm Beyond Reason.’
Condensed version of WIA’s annual Summit to feature keynote by Dr. Stacy L. Smith, who will present landmark USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative study.
Program lineup and initial list of presenters for third annual symposium, taking place June 10, highlight important focus on “Belonging” and critical topics affecting women working in the animation industry.
26 diverse European animated shorts, along with workshops and talks, coming to SVA campus November 4-9.
Legendary comic book artist, along with Stan Lee, created two of Marvel’s most enduring and popular characters.
Young New Yorkers receive training on state-of-the-art animation software, opening doors to careers in film, gaming, advertising and more. New Animation Industry Council, comprised of professionals from New York-based animation studios, will advise the program.
Free screening and Q&A with directors Bill Plympton and Jim Lujan hosted by the School of Visual Arts BFA Animation department to be held on September 13.
WIA partners with The School of Visual Arts and California Institute of the Arts to encourage student participation.
SVA ushers in a new wave of animators, artists and filmmakers with Hollywood showcase and alumni networking opportunities.
Award-winning industry veterans to present winners of School of Visual Arts’ 28th Dusty Awards honoring outstanding film, animation & documentary filmmaking on Monday, May 8th, 6:30pm Eatern; event will stream live on dusty.sva.edu.
School of Visual Arts alumni Shannon and Chris Prynoski and Academy Award-winning composer Michael Giacchino to receive Dusty Outstanding Alumni Awards at 2017 edition running May 5-8.
School of Visual Arts student entry beats out professional agencies from around the world to take home the ADC Black Cube for best-in-show at the Art Directors Club ADC 95th Annual Awards Celebration and Exhibition.
New mockumentary feature film from Academy Award-nominated ‘king of indie animation’ to premiere at SVA on June 1; ‘Hitler’s Folly’ available for free download on June 3.
New mockumentary feature film from Academy Award-nominated king of indie animation to premiere at SVA on June 1; ‘Hitler’s Folly’ available for free download on June 3.
World-renowned animator and historian Tom Sito to be honored with the Dusty Outstanding Alumni Award during SVA’s 27th Dusty Awards In New York City on Tuesday, May 10.
Running Saturday, May 7 through Tuesday, May 10, four-day event will showcase more than 100 films and animations from School of Visual Arts students graduating this spring.
Second Place 2015 VIEW Award given to ‘Phantom Power’ by Sam Bourner; ‘Däwit,’ ‘The Story of Percival Pilts’ and ‘Olilo’ receive honorable mentions.
Claire van Ryzin’s ‘Hotbod’ wins the award for Outstanding Animated Film at the 26th Dusty Film & Animation Festival; Kyra Kupetsky and Elena Manetta awarded Outstanding Achievement in Character Animation.
Director Daniel Minahan and animator Alex Kupershmidt to be honored with Dusty Outstanding Alumni Awards at the School of Visual Arts’ 26th Annual Dusty Film & Animation Festival.
The School of Visual Arts announces the winners of its 2014 Dusty Film & Animation Festival and Awards.