Posts tagged with ‘Instructor’

  • AEF Now Accepting Applications Through February 6, 2017 for Faculty Grants

    By David Derks on December 31, 2016
    ASIFA-Hollywood’s Animation Educators Forum Guidelines for Faculty Grants Information about Faculty Grants Faculty Grants are designed to provide support for individuals or groups with reasonable expenditures associated with research, scholarly activity or creative projects in the field of animation. Applications must be submitted online at http://grants.animationeducatorsforum.org before Monday Feb 6 2017 at 11:59pm and recipients will be announced before April […]
  • Copyright and Fair Use for #Animation #Educators

    By David Derks on February 25, 2014
    Copyright law can seem arcane, confusing, overly restrictive, and frustrating for educators, particularly in the fields of art and design.  To be sure, there are a number of “gray areas” in copyright, but the law actually allows much more than you may think.  This session will focus on the many things that educators can do without infringing copyright or risking […]
  • #Animator Frank Terry R.I.P.

    By David Derks on February 20, 2014
    Word has reached us that longtime animation industry veteran director Frank Terry has passed away. According to his family: “….(Frank) passed away on Tuesday, February 11th in the morning.  It was sudden in the sense that his diagnosis of pulmonary fibrosis only came 2 1/2 months ago and he had a precipitous decline from Friday, February 7 until he passed […]
  • #Nickelodeon #Animation Artist Hosts First Master Class Lecture

    By David Derks on December 23, 2013
    Starry eyed aspiring student artists recently crowded the visual arts studio room to see Butch Hartman, the creator of The Fairly OddParents, who hosted the first installment of the on-campus Nickelodeon Master Class. Butch Hartman, or “The Butch Hartman” as one admiring student clarified, has been involved in every aspect of the animation industry from sketching and writing to producing.  […]