The Animation programme is a world leader in practice and research, with a commitment to broadening the understanding of our complex discipline. We offer a unique learning and teaching environment, developing the creativity and skills required in an age of rapid cultural and technological change to enable students to contribute to this expanding and maturing field of moving image...Continue
After my MA in Animation at the RCA in 2001, I did lots of self-generated projects but was lacking formal structure and deadlines. I had also started teaching at the University of Westminster in the drawings and workshops, up to 2008. I was combining freelance work with being a mother, and the time at home with my daughter gave me opportunity to think about what was important....continue
Before I came to the RCA, I was working in Ireland as a character animator on television shows and short films. I’d studied on a four-year animation degree in Dublin.
Initially, I was really impressed by the kinds of films I saw coming out of the RCA animation department. There’s a strong history of great short film making on the course, and they were just the kind of films I loved to watch
MA and Research students’ projects can be generated entirely in digital form or using a combination of film, video and digital methods of production. The range of equipment and studios available supports the creative slip between different methods of production, construction, installation and exploration...continue
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