Saturday, November 12, 2016

Event: “Animae Caribe Animation Festival 2016: The R-evolution of Animation in TnT : 21 Nights At The Museum” through Saturday, November 12, 2016 at the National Museum — Trinidad & Tobago, West Indies

Animae Caribe: The R-evolution of Animation in TnT” til Nov 12, 2016
Event: “Animae Caribe Animation Festival 2016: The R-evolution of Animation in TnT : 21 Nights At The Museum” through Saturday, November 12, 2016 at the National Museum — Trinidad & Tobago, WI; JOIN US!  Contact Info - Address: Upper Floor, Building FZ-5, Frederick Settlement Industrial Estate, Caroni, Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies; Tel: (868) 493-4411 or (868) 686-1366; E-mail: info@animaecaribe.com; Website: Animae Caribe
Event Description: “Past animation students of the University of Trinidad & Tobago in collaboration with Animae Caribe Festival present a quirky, fun, history of the r-evolution of the animation movement in TnT. In partnership with the National Museum of Trinidad and Tobago, patrons will be exposed to characters from the past like ‘Charlie’ by the late Pat Bishop created for the clean-up campaign Chase Charlie Away in the 1980’s. Also on exhibit is a small display on Sweetbread by Mahase Calpu and a fantastic slide show of the funny local comics by the late DEW Dunstan Eustace Williams. The archived slide show of DEWs work over the years was a digital archiving exercise conducted by the students of UTT in 2010. The lead for the exercise was lecturer Ian Alleyne, who felt that there was a need and importance for this kind of exercise regarding archiving of artists work. He states 'Our students are pioneers in the local animation industry. As such it was important for them to learn about DEW – a successful pioneer in a related industry.' Also on show is special guest and exhibitor one of Trinidad first 2D animators Mathew Hudson, the creator of the famous Lucozade stickman (who can forget the fantastic carnival wining stickman) Mathew will display his traditional methods used to create the local advert and will be doing short demos during the exhibition. 'The R-evolution of Animation in TnT' exhibition continues until Saturday 12th November 2016 at the National Museum and Art Gallery, 117 Upper Frederick Street ...” — Read more: Animae Caribe: The R-evolution of Animation in TnT
About Animae Caribe: “The Animae Caribe Film and New Media Festival is the largest animation film network with a regional coverage in the Caribbean. It was established in 2001 and since then this festival is staged each year around October-November in Trinidad and Tobago. This festival functions as a regional platform for Caribbean animators and through its technical partnerships with animation studios internationally as well as its membership with the world renowned Association Internationale du Film d’Animation (ASIFA) as a liaison between Caribbean and international animators. Animae Caribe is recognized to be one of the many notable international annual festivals. In addition, Animae Caribe has a regional and international network of storytellers, writers, puppetry artists, visual artists (including graphic designers and photographers), theatre and music performers, sound and lighting technicians and reseachers, which feed into the animation production sector.” — Read more: Animae Caribe
For further information: Animae Caribe: The R-evolution of Animation in TnT, Animae Caribe and  Animae Caribe-Facebook

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