Save the date for our Annual Event – Sunday, April 7, 1:00pm
ASIFA-SF and San Francisco State University’s Animation Program invite you to
our annual Careers in Animation panel discussion. Come learn from people with experience in stop-motion, 2D and 3D animation, games and in other areas. Our experts have worked as writers, animators, directors and in other industry jobs and will answer as many questions as possible including how they find work, about creating or joining a start-up, etc. The panel will include (partial list):
CHARLIE CANFIELD, an Emmy award winning freelance animator who presently says he has too much work to do on several documentaries.
JUSTIN KOHN, a stop-motion animator who has worked on all of Henry Selick’s features. His credits include lots of commercials and long format projects (Moral Orel, Hell and Back, etc.) He is producer and VFX director on a Steampunk version of War of the Worlds.
MARK WALSH is a Pixar animator and director. His credits include Finding Nemo, Toy Story Toons episodes, Partysaurus Rex, and more.
(The rest of the panel will be announced in our April newsletter, mailing soon.)
The event is free and open to the public—but please, leave your portfolios at home. Starts at 1pm so get here early for the best seats at The Coppola Theater, Fine Arts Building, SFSU campus.