A landmark study has shone light on systemic issues facing women in the vfx industry.
#Women In Animation
The theme this year: “The Business Case for Diversity.”
The initiative aims to help animation studios hire female, trans, and nonbinary talent.
The proportion at union studios in L.A. has risen from 28% in 2019 to 31.6% this month, even as women have left the wider workforce in droves.
The symposium will be available to Annecy Online badgeholders from June 17.
“Part of our job in entertainment is to help throw focus on that painful reality,” writes Toliver. “We need to encourage people to not look away from uncomfortable things, but instead breathe into that discomfort.”
The group aims to see 50/50 gender parity across Austin’s expanding animation industry by 2025.
Women in Animation has set up in the booming animation hub of Montreal, Canada.
An unprecedented amount of data and analysis about the lack of opportunities for women in the Los Angeles animation industry.
Animation power players, both on the creative and executive side, are scheduled to speak at the 3rd annual Women in Animation World Summit.
“We need to get stronger both emotionally and physically,” says Women in Animation president Marge Dean. “We need to not be afraid.”
“We really want to dig in,” the event organizers tell Cartoon Brew. “We need actual, positive strategies for moving forward.”
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.
Here are some smart ways to improve the working lives of everyone at an animation company and help build a better future for the industry.
Next week, Women in Animation will livestream a daylong summit dedicated to inclusion and developing diverse talent in the industry.
This is the animation industry’s most significant effort to address workplace harassment and create a safer working environment for all workers.
Women in animation speak openly with Cartoon Brew about what it means to work in the business while being a mom, and what the industry should be doing to support their careers.
Women in Animation is holding a symposium at Annecy as part of its continuing efforts to create a 50/50 gender balance in creative leadership roles by 2025.
The organization has planned multiple panels and presentations related to the role of women in the animation industry.
The Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco will host a “Women in Animation” panel discussion that will occur alongside their upcoming …
Women in Animation, the nineteen-year-old Los Angeles-based non-profit dedicated to promoting the role of women in the animation …
LOS ANGELES, CA — The one and only June Foray, voice of some of the most memorable characters in cartoons, will address the Women in …
Women in Animation is bringing together a panel of development, production and consumer products executives to discuss the decision …