ANIMAFRIK is an animation festival dedicated to African and Caribbean animation and designed to promote its Art and animation. The festival projects films by African and Caribbean Animators on the continent and in the Diaspora. The festival has screening sessions, workshops and conferences.
The objective of the workshop is to bring to the festival practicing animators or instructors in academia who will direct and share their experience to help build capacities and raise awareness of the art of animation.
In the last six years Animation Africa has produced animation content for the National Security Secretariat, Ghana, The Environmental Protection Agency Ghana, Sierra Leone Indigenous Business Association, Ministry of Justice, Liberia, Public Procurement Agency in Ghana among others.
Animation Africa continues to work with organizations in designing campaigns, infomercial's and other promotional video content.
In 2010, Animation Africa with funding from the United States Embassy, Accra, successfully organized a animation training and production programme for Universities, polytechnic and secondary schools in southern and Northern Ghana. Over a five month period, over one thousand artist and students participated in training programmes in different aspects of the animation production process.
Animation Africa has offered training in animation and digital media In Ghana and Sierra Leone. Working with resource persons from Concordia University, Cananda, Savannah College of Art, USA, University of Trinidad and Tobago, EMCA, Angouleme, France Polywood Studios in United Kingdom. Animation Africa has delivered specialized training modules to help grow the animation industry.
YCN and BBC World Service are inviting international creatives based outside the
UK, aged between 18-
Monday December 2, 2013
For more info please log on to www.ycn.org