Call to enter Teesside’s Animex Awards
Organisers of the Animex Awards at Teesside University are welcoming work from animation students across the globe.
Stuart Sumida & Mark Walsh at Animex
The awards are held as part of the annual Animex Festival of Animation and Computer Games, which this year celebrated its tenth anniversary.
In the six years that the competition has been running alongside the festival entries have flooded in from students across North America, Asia and across Europe.
Great to see you new work
Justin Greetham, Head of the Animex Awards, said: 'Whichever way we look at it, it’s always great to see new work being submitted to Animex Awards from educational establishments which are new to this field.
'For those students and educators working with stop motion animation, Animex is one of the few competitive events which recognises and rewards stop motion animation techniques.
'Animex supports 2D and 3D animation, stop motion, motion graphics, visual effects and experimental animation techniques.'
For more information about entering the Animex Awards visit the Animex website at www.animex.net/awards Closing date for entries is 1 November.
31 July 2009
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