2012 Blue Sky Studios Summer Internships! Deadline April 30.

April 27th, 2012 by dayna 1 Comment »


Morning all! We’ve just received word that Blue Sky has expanded its summer internship program to include all of its departments. The deadline to apply is April 30th. I have confirmed that this internship is indeed a paid one.  Kudos to Blue Sky!  It looks like a great program.  So get your applications in before it’s too late! http://blueskystudios.com/content/company-internships.php Did you ever imagine what it may be like to spend the summer working alongside Animation […]

“Around The World (And Back)” by Bryan Brinkman

April 27th, 2012 by Emmett 2 Comments »


Music videos still haven’t gone out of fashion yet. The possibilities of combining of music and art are still endless. That said, here is Bryan Brinkman’s animated music video for Dot Dot Dot’s “Around The World (And Back).” The animation style of the video doesn’t have a label yet, although we’re sure Bryan might have one. The style involves turning our index fingers into characters, and placing them in various locations. The video follows a […]

Life In Transition by John R. Dilworth

April 26th, 2012 by Emmett No Comments »


Warning: or just a suggestion, we insist you watch the film before reading on. Really take in the effect of the film. Life In Transition is John R. Dilworth’s opus. Described as “…a visual and symbolic journey depicting the continual transformations of life from birth to death to re-birth”, Life is a personal film that draws heavily from Dilworth’s life, career and knowledge. Not bad for a short film either. The film follows a character […]

Project Twenty1 Redefines the Film Festival Experience

April 25th, 2012 by dayna No Comments »


From our good friends at Project Twenty1! Philadelphia…April 25, 2012. Project Twenty1, a 501(c)3 non-profit arts organization, has opened its call for entries for live-action and animated shorts, features, and music videos for the annual international Philadelphia Film & Animation Festival. Judges for this year’s Festival have not yet been released, but past judges include Aaron Parry (The SpongeBob Squarepants Movie,  The Last Airbender, Thor), James Rolfe (Angry Video Game Nerd), Mike Mayfield (The Cleveland […]

Athens Animation Festival

April 25th, 2012 by dayna No Comments »


The Athens Animation Festival is now taking submissions!  Deadline to submit is July 1st 2012.   From their site: The Athens Animation Festival is a first year festival that will screen animations that thematically speak to the human condition. In a time when animation is often created primarily to serve commercial needs or presented strictly as entertainment, our festival seeks to program animations with a strong message about the world we live in and the […]

Accumulonimbus by Andy Kennedy

April 25th, 2012 by Emmett No Comments »

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If there is an animated short that should keep one’s eyes on it through every frame, Andy Kennedy’s Accumulonimbus is that film. An experimental stop-motion piece, every frame is part of some movement that should keep even the most casual stop-motion viewer mesmerized. Andy refers to the film as a meditation of motion and the life cycle of matter. It starts off with organic shapes (mostly spheres) changing in accordance with the rhythm of the […]

Q & A by the Rauch Brothers

April 24th, 2012 by Emmett No Comments »

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This week, we are gearing up for ASIFA-East’s ultimate event, the annual ASIFA-East Animation Festival and Awards Ceremony. In preparation and celebration, the Viewseum will be looking back at a few previous winners. The Rauch Brothers, Mike and Tim, calmly entered the New York animation scene. And in just a short period, they took ASIFA-East, the animation community and the festival circuit by storm with their beautiful collaborations with StoryCorps. Q & A is the […]

43rd ASIFA-East Animated Film Festival Awards Ceremony

April 23rd, 2012 by dayna 1 Comment »


You are most cordially invited to attend the 43rd ASIFA-East Festival Awards! Awards will be presented, bashful thank you’s will be recorded for all posterity, and a raucous reception will follow. And then there’s even an after-party! Be there or be square! Sunday, April 29, 2012 7:00pm – 11:00pm Tishman Auditorium 66 West 12th Street Admission: FREE! And open to all! The after-party is at: Fiddlesticks Pub & Grill http://www.fiddlesticksnyc.com/ 56 Greenwich Avenue (between Charles […]

The Art of Stop Motion SMNY Exhibit 2012

April 21st, 2012 by dayna No Comments »

Our friends at Stop Motion in NY sent us this really cool exhibition news!  Read below for all information on how to submit your piece! The purpose of this exhibit is to showcase work created by stop motion artists and animators working in New York City. We’d like to present a range of works involved in all steps of the process of making stop motion films–from initial planning phases, i/e/ storyboards, mock-ups, armatures, to the […]

Introducing The Productive: A New Kind of Workspace

April 16th, 2012 by dayna 1 Comment »


With the rise of freelance in the workforce, has come a need for a new kind of workspace; a workspace that operates and can look like your typical office environment, but within which everyone works independently of one another.   These shared spaces are part of a new phenomenon called coworking.  The idea behind it is simple; Independent professionals need a place to work.  Now freelance professionals can work in a home office, rent office space, […]