Tag Archives: animation research

Call for Papers: CONFIA 2015

Call for papers for CONFIA 2015 International Conference on Animation and Illustration in Braga, Portugal. Deadline extended till 31st January. This conference will be 10-12 April 2015 and with Suzanne Buchan, editor of Animation: Interdisciplinary Journal, as keynote speaker, it promises to be interesting. Conference website: http://www.confia.ipca.pt.

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Live Animation: animating in the moment

At the moment I am writing a paper on ‘Live Animation: animating in the moment‘ for the CAKE Conference and Festival next week and thinking about the links between performance drawing and animation, because the Dialogues of Performance III: Draw to Perform seminar is still fresh in my mind. While many animators might consider ‘animating […]

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Calls for Papers: C.A.K.E. / BFX

Deadlines are approaching for two forthcoming conferences that invite proposals for papers on interdisciplinary themes related to animation. CALL FOR PAPERS ~ C.A.K.E. Edge Hill University 14th – 18th July 2014 In July 2014, Edge Hill University will be hosting a unique five-day festival and conference on Sino/UK creative animation practice research. C.A.K.E aims to provide […]

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4th Animation Postgraduate Research Group / Graphic Novels Research Students Symposium

[Image by Penelope Mendonça, 2013] The Animation Postgraduate Research Group was set up in 2011 by Dr Paul Ward of the Arts University College at Bournemouth as a safe and supportive network in which MPhil/PhD students can exchange ideas and disseminate their research. To join the group and receive further information about this and future events, […]

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New Perspectives on Animation Symposium

This one day symposium at Kings College London, University of London offers new perspectives on the field of animation. It is free and will be on Saturday 31st March. To find out more details and to book a place click here.

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