PLEASE NOTE THAT THE JULY 17th SCREENING WILL BE HELD IN 134 SIEG HALL
This summer, the Computer Science & Engineering Department, the Animation Research Labs and the Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media are offering a series of animation screenings that are free and open to the public.
Experimental Animation: Art of Quick Changes is a five part series that will begin with an overview of the roots of artistic and technical experimentation in the production of animated films and end with a selection of the most exciting current animated works. The screenings have been curated by animation scholars who will introduce the films and discuss their broader significance in the world of experimental film. Animation techniques will run the gamut from drawn, computer generated, stop motion, or motion capture to unique or unusual hybrid approaches that were inspired by the story at the time of the production.
Experimental Animation: Art of Quick Changes
Summer Screening Series, 2002
July 10th -- Ruth Hayes, Member of the Faculty, Animation, Evergreen College.
Part One: Starting Points
July 17th -- curated by Bill Moritz, Professor, California Institute of the Arts.
Part Two: The Avant-Garde
July 24th -- Christine Panushka, Professor, Dept of Animation and Digital Arts, USC.
Part Three: Contemporary Work
August 7 -- Michael Cohen, Senior Researcher, Microsoft Research, and Affiliate Faculty, Computer Science & Engineering, University of Washington.
Part Four: Mocap Soup - Technical Research in Digital Animation
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