Man in mid A-I-R June 27, 2006Posted by Lee Cherry in Uncategorized.
Tags: animation, exhibit design
How to become an ‘Animator In Residence’
London, UK – The Channel 4 / NMPFT Animator in Residence scheme offers new animators the chance to develop their short films in the new animation gallery at the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television.
The Animator In Residence (AIR) scheme is run by Channel 4 at The National Museum of Photography, Film & Television (NMPFT) in Bradford. It aims to give animators the chance to produce a short animation with the possibility of a full commission for Channel 4. This year 4 animators will be chosen to develop their own original idea for a short animated film into a proposal for Channel 4 television’s animation department, who will consider a full commission of the final production.
If you fancy applying for next years AIR scheme, start getting ideas together now. The scheme is not yet open for 2006-2007 entries, but keep an eye out on the AIR website More information about applying for next year’s program visit the AIR website.
To find out what it’s really like to be an Animator in Residence at the NMPFT visit Will Becher’s website, Man in Mid AIR or read an interview about his experience as an animator in residence and life as the human exhibit.