You’ve no doubt heard of the animation programs at Calarts, but what is it like to actually attend the school. We asked some recent students about their experiences.
Hewett’s third-year Calarts films is full of acerbic commentary on people whose view of the world has become warped from spending too much time online.
There’s good news for students from Calarts, Ringling College of Art & Design, Cleveland Institute of Art, and France’s MoPA.
Two flightless Onions, Henry and Harold, go on a journey the Snolly-Goster Woods.
“It was a film by a woman, featuring a woman who was talking about very un-cartoony topics,” says Furniss of Joanna Priestley’s 1985 short. “I’d never seen anything like it.”
Creek succumbed to injuries from a skydiving accident last weekend.
Trapped in a synthetic meditation space, an empty shell seeks power.
Through short, humorous vignettes, a critique of the diverse social issues permeating throughout South Korean culture.
The artists will aim to discuss the “big ideas and trends” in the animation industry. Listen to the first episode here.
The school’s famous character animation program now costs $50,850 per year.
Our Pick of the Day is this thesis film from the Calarts MFA Experimental program.
“Raccoon and the Light,” winner of the 2018 Student Academy Award, is now online.
“We really want to dig in,” the event organizers tell Cartoon Brew. “We need actual, positive strategies for moving forward.”
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced the winners of its 45th Student Academy Awards.
Be careful what you wish for, especially if it’s for more facial hair.
Here are some of the best animated student films of the year, as chosen by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Three prestigious American animation schools – Calarts, USC, and UCLA – are teaming up for this first-of-its-kind symposium dedicated to the contributions of women in animation.
Discover the art of Ingo Raschka, Cartoon Brew’s Artist of the Day.
Junior high is one sticky situation.