Shrunken Heads On the March!

SJSU Animation Students Rally on Campus

The combined animation and illustration students at San Jose State University gathered on the quad to voice their request for a “fair share of funds for their students. Right now the animation program is at the very bottom of the University’s priorities and struggling to survive. This is not an issue of a lack of resources, but an issue of whether the University will be allowed to continue to lavishly support studio art disciplines with low enrollment at the expense of animation/illustration students.”

If you care about affordable public education for future animators–please take a minute to check it out. You can watch a video here.

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