International moving image, digital art and design organisation onedotzero present their Adventures In Motion 2011 festival, opening tomorrow at the BFI Southbank, London. Now in its 15th year, the 2011 event will feature film previews, interactive installations, live audio-video performances, talks, workshops and educational activities.
Motion Graphics and Animation students from Northumbria University School of Design give Design Event goers an insight into the complex development work which goes into their final pieces at ‘Ante-Animate’.
Students from the MA Sequential Design/Illustration and Arts & Design courses at The University of Brighton are gearing up for the opening of what is set to be a spectacular graduate exhibition. Featuring 17 students in total, the exhibition will feature a variety of work ranging from animation to illustrated books, experimental writing, product design, typography and packaging.
This year’s New Designers exhibition has been showcasing some of the best in new graduate design and an area that really stands out is animation. From mystical stories through to humour, here’s what was on offer from some of the universities presenting.
The Visual Communication department stood out with amazing and very inspiring project ideas. We were pleased to see how projects were the result of combining multiple aspects of digital design. The vast majority of the digital animation projects showed a clear understanding of the current issues and the amount of research and initial development was outstanding.
The Barbican has unveiled the most comprehensive collection of animation to ever be exhibited in the UK. Watch Me Move: The Animation Show showcases the full range of animated imagery which has been produced within the last 150 years.
Gobelins is a school of applied art, print and digital media, based in Paris. ARTS THREAD is especially impressed by its work in animation and in particular character animation. We take a look at the work of 2010 character animation graduates.
At onedotzero’s recent adventures in motion festival at London’s BFI, the forty graduates who took part in the organisation’s cascade project presented the results of their four projects that were based around the festival’s theme of Utopian Visions.
In its third year at London’s BFI Southbank and IMAX venues, the moving image and digital arts organisation onedotzero presents a five day programme of the most directional new short films from around the world under this year’s umbrella theme Utopian Visions.