Archive for the ‘Animation’ Category

How To Be A Good Sport

How To Be A Good Sport – Extreme Handball Project from Marc Russo on Vimeo.

Caveman Animatic

Caveman Animatic – “discovery” of handball with cavemen. From Stacie McGowan on Vimeo.

Wishing for Wings

Wishing for Wings from Kinsey Tracy on Vimeo.

filmSpark Call for Entries!

Is now open! filmSpark is hosting three short film screenings for SparkCon 2009: 1. Freaks, Geeks, and Weirdos – Interpretation of what this means is left to you. 2. Animate! – Innovative Animation Shorts. 3. Make Me Laugh. I Dare […]

Nicktoons Network Animation Festival 2008

Seems like a pretty sweet deal – grand prize is just shy of $30,000… which is a Nick Development Award to produce your own featured show for Nicktoons. The Nicktoons Network Animation Festival is back for its 5th year! The […]

Fair(y) Use Tale

What is Fair Use!? In an academic + learning setting we tend to beg, borrow and steal creatively from one another to enhance and build on a new design project – call it creative commons open source; however, some would […]

Consumptive Media and Cognitive Surplus

[ ?posts_id=862384&dest=28990] The sleeper must awaken… in a whole other context. Clay Shirky taps into the incredible potential that could be available but unfortunately lies behind “where do we find the time” sucker that traditional television currently has to offer […]

New Bern Stories

ADN 460 + ADN 560 New Media Showcase New Bern Stories Saturday, April 26th @ 7PM Burns Auditorium, NCSU College of Design [directions] This semester’s sponsored studio Animation Showcase includes a historic twist. With collaboration from the Craven Arts Council […]

Seeking Anime/Manga Artist

Marbles Kids Museum is seeking a quality, anime/manga-style artist in the area for an event planned for Saturday, February 16 that will focus on kids in Japan – what’s popular now and what traditions are still being kept alive. Anime […]


New Britain Museum of American Art will feature the EAT Collaboration in a NEW/NOW interactive exhibition that opened on December 16, and will be on view through Feb. 24, 2008. The EAT collaborative came together to create a visual metaphor […]