- 2014 Spring Class Work Screening and Pizza Party
- Week sixteen: The Art of The Pitch: A special evening with Stephen Hillenburg!
- Week Fifteen: Alumni Panel
- Week fourteen: Pixar Co-founder and President Ed Catmull in person, discussing his new book “Creativity, Inc.”
- Week thirteen: Svankmajer vs. Disney–A Tale of Two Alices
Brian Rhodes on Week fourteen: Pixar Co-founde… Brian Rhodes on Week Fifteen: Alumni Pane… Brian Rhodes on Week sixteen: The Art of The P… elisabethmann on Week seven: Bob Kurtz elisabethmann on Week eleven: Huckleberry Lain…
Category Archives: Uncategorized
Seminar will be in SCI 106 tonight! 1. CTAN 102 – Trixy Sweetvittles 15 freshman students, TRT 10 minutes 2. CTAN 522 Seminar – Lisa Mann 4 Seminar Final Presentations: 20 minutes: Catalina, Alicja, Christina, Zheng Kang “Wonderland Unbound” … Continue reading
The creator and executive producer of one of Nickelodeon’s most popular animated series SpongeBob SquarePants will discuss the fine points of pitching an original show. He will bring his SpongeBob pitch bible and will screen the pilot that launched the … Continue reading
Maria Sequeira, MFA 2012 Maria is an award-winning filmmaker whose work has been honored by numerous film festivals & the Student Academy Awards. She is a Motion Graphics artist specializing in mixed-media techniques including stop-motion and live-action integration. She has … Continue reading
Week fourteen: Pixar Co-founder and President Ed Catmull in person, discussing his new book “Creativity, Inc.”
SCA 108, 7:00pm. Please arrive at 6:50 to check in and claim your reserved seat.
Networking: The Art of Building Relationships “The more you give, the more you get.” Networking is a way of life. You do this every time you ask someone for the best restaurant, a referral to a dentist or which is … Continue reading
This week in Seminar, we veer away from the animation industry into a discussion and presentation of experimental film works encompassing visual music, expanded cinema, and new media. Long-standing organizations such as Anthology Film Archives in New York City, the … Continue reading