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Something strange is going on in Brooklyn. A giant bread creature is poised to attack the city, aliens are living next door, a bear turns up missing, felt critters are walking & talking, and old people start hooking up on the internets. Maybe there's something funny in the water.

The Pratt Institute's Media Arts Department proudly presents the Traditional Animation thesis films of the graduating class of 2007, as well as selected shorts. Students will be in attendance for a Q&A to talk about their stop motion, 2-D computer animation, and hand-drawn films.

Free and open to the public, May 4th & 5th, 7pm at the Two Boots Pioneer Theater


We are a group of animators that attend Pratt Institute, located in Brooklyn, New York. Here is our archives of sketches, photos, and animations.


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Friday, December 09, 2005

More Free ASIFA East Events

December 13th,
Tuesday 7pm
ASIFA-East Presents: An Evening With Gene Hamm -

The NYC area premier of his independent animated feature film "The Dream Hat"- followed by Q&A.
The Dream Hat, animator Gene Hamm’s first feature, is finished. The unique fairy tale, that boasts eight original songs, tells the story of a young boy with a magic hat trying to save a village that has forgotten how to dream. Children will be entertained by the adventure while adults will appreciate the underlying social satire.
Gene Hamm has worked in Hollywood on Bakshi’s Lord of the Rings, The Smurfs, Superfriends, and Gumby. He is the creator of the Cartooning Shortcuts, Formulas & Cheap Tricks DVD. His short animated film No Hat, No Mask, No Service won Best of Fest at the Big Muddy Film Festival in Carbondale, Illinois.
SVASchool Of Visual Arts 209 E. 23rd Street3rd Floor AmphitheatreAdmission: Free!

December 15,
Thursday 7pm
The ASIFA-East screening of “Dream On Silly Dreamer"

Tony West (Producer) and Dan Lund (director) are proud to have ASIFA-East bring “Dream On Silly Dreamer” to the Big Apple for it’s New York premier!
This live action/animation documentary short subject tells the story that began March 25th, 2002 when more than 200 Disney artists working at the studio’s legendary Feature Animation Department in Burbank were told that their services were no longer needed. The Walt Disney Company, best known for its handcrafted animated features, no longer wanted these highly skilled traditional animation artists to draw for them.
SVASchool Of Visual Arts 209 E. 23rd Street3rd Floor AmphitheatreAdmission: Free!

December 15, 2005 - January 21, 2006
School Of Visual Arts Presents “Which Way Did They Go?”
Top Animation Artists Who Began At SVA

Opening Reception: Thursday, Dec. 15, 5–7pmPanel Discussion: Friday, Dec. 16, 6pm
School of Visual Arts (SVA) presents “Which Way Did They Go?”, an exhibition of works by five alumni of SVA’s Film, Video & Animation Department who have created some of the most memorable images in animation history. With nearly 100 years of collective experience in the art and business of animation, exhibiting artists John Dilworth, Yvette Kaplan, Alex Kupershmidt, Chris Prynoski and Tom Sito have helped make animation one of the most vital and relevant entertainment media today. The exhibition will be on view from Thursday, December 15, 2005 through Saturday, January 21, 2006 at the SVA Gallery, 209 East 23rd Street, New York City.
“Which Way Did They Go?” features works by the creators of such films as The Lion King, Lilo & Stitch and Beavis and Butt-Head Do America, and the television series King of the Hill, Courage the Cowardly Dog and Downtown. A selection of drawings, sketches, cels and film and television clips marks career highlights for some of this country’s leading animation artists and traces the development of selected projects from concept to production.SVA Gallery School Of Visual Arts 209 E. 23rd Street


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