The aim of the Animation programme is to provide a supportive environment for you to develop your skills in animation practice. You will explore a broad range of techniques and processes and will have the opportunity to engage in a range of studio-based practice, as well as specialist skills-based workshops, tutorials and seminar sessions that will build up your animation experience and technical expertise.
Working with the school HE strategy of ‘Student as Producer’, the three-year programme is designed to help you to develop your technical skillset, build your network, and give access to further opportunities.
This course runs on the following dates:
Start Date: September 2021. For further information, please call 0191 200 4000 or email email@example.com.
Duration: 3 Years
Venue: Mandela Building, Rye Hill Campus
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Over the course of this three-year programme you will explore a broad range of techniques and processes that will help you to develop your practice. You will have the opportunity to engage in a range of studio-based practice, as well as specialist skills-based workshops, tutorials and seminar sessions that will build up your own animation experience and technical expertise.
The practice based modules are accompanied by live briefs, site specific working, field trips and exhibition opportunities which give you valuable experiences as a professional practitioner.
As a team of experienced practitioners, the staff have an exhaustive list of opportunities that facilitate engagement with the industry.
Over the past few years the course has contributed to projects with the following providers as well as a host of others:
Animade, Pictoplasma, Discovery Museum, Live Theatre, Channel 4, Sony PlayStation, Sega, Orange, St Lukes, Studio Moo, Little Tiger Press, House of Illustration, V&A and Penguin Books. Our network of regional, national and international practitioners and animation companies such as Ardman, Arcus Studios, Novak, Atomhawk, YourFilm, Nowt Special, Artella, have contributed towards the students’ experience on programme and may bring about working and collaborative opportunities. Members of the staff have links with Creative Europe Desk UK that may give students the opportunity to work also in international collaborative projects.