Seneca College’s Animation Arts Centre

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Seneca College’s Animation Arts Centre offers programs in animation arts (three-year diploma), three one-year post-diploma programs in 3D character animation, gaming, and visual effects. Programs are designed to give the student the skills necessary to succeed in both the traditional and computer animation production industry. Developed to meet the specific demands of animation studios in need of highly-trained animation artists well versed in both traditional and computer forms of animation, the curriculum focuses on the development of individual creative expression using experimental and innovative animation techniques.

Major program components include: pre-production; character and location design; writing; storyboarding; production; acting; timing; animation; post-production; lighting; compositing; editing, and rendering.

Graduate are proficient in the use of traditional animation theories, equipment and facilities, and will understand the technical requirements of producing animation using the latest computer software. Seneca students were responsible for the animation in the short film Ryan, directed by Chris Landreth and produced by Copperheart Productions and The National Film Board of Canada. In 2005, Ryan went on to win the Academy Award® for Best Animated Short.

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