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SpaceTime Student Animation Competition 2007

by WebSysAdmin last modified 2007-07-16 20:39

Over the last year, students from schools around the world have worked toward getting their submissions prepared for this competition.

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This year's SpaceTime Student Animation Competition includes a total of 103 entries, from 34 schools, in 8 countries. Some of the submissions were simple, while others were complex. Some tended toward photo-realism, while some were whimsical, and still others were experimental or abstract in nature. Some focused on technique and others tapped into the emotions of the audience.

The first round of judging narrowed the entries down to 29, which represents 28% of the total entries received. Of these 29 entries, the top 15 were selected as Honorable Mention or Category Winners. The top ranking entry in each category was distinguished as the Category Winner.

Fine Art / Experimental

First Place Winner
Title: The Five Classic Typefaces
Student: Kyeung sub Yeom
Instructor: Jun Sassa & John Koltai
School: Parsons The New School for Design, New York, NY

Storytelling / Narrative

First Place Winner
Title: MacGuffin's Night Out
Student: Ryan Page
Instructor: Patricia Hannaway
School: Cogswell Polytechnical College, Sunnyvale, CA

Character

First Place Winner
Title: TONG
Student: Sophie Fages
Instructor: Gerard Raucoules
School: ESMA, Montpellier, France

Visual Effects

First Place Winner
Title: Door
Student: Nobuhiro Yamazaki
Instructor: Takashi Kitada
School: Digital Hollywood, Tokyo, Japan

2D

First Place Winner
Title: Gnaritas Monstrum
Student: Seth Kendall
Instructor: Theo Artz
School: Drexel University: Antoinette Westfall College of Media Arts and Design, Philadelphia, PA


Honorable Mention

Fine Art / Experimental

Title: Beautiful Aberrations
Student: Rodrigo Redondo
Instructor: David Halbstein
School: School of Continuing and Professional Studies, New York, NY

Title: Deus ex machina
Student: Edward Watkinson
Instructor: Jun Sassa & John Koltai
School: Parsons The New School for Design, New York, NY

Storytelling / Narrative

Title: Unbearable
Student: Nick Maw-Naing
Instructor: Ed Gavin
School: Ringling School of Art and Design, Sarasota, FL

Title: Scourge of the Vampire
Student: Jesse Hartford
Instructor: Jeff Paul & Valerie Mih
School: The Art Institute of California, San Francisco, CA

Character

Title: EXIT
Student: Sophie Fages
Instructor: Gerard Raucoules
School: ESMA, Montpellier, France

Title: Seed
Student: Shannon Farney
Instructor: Jeremy Mooreshead
School: Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA

Visual Effects

Title: A Faery's Tale
Student: Sylvia Apostol
Instructor: Jeff Lerer
School: School of Visual Arts, New York, NY

Title: IN MEMORIAM
Student: Sophie Fages
Instructor: Gerard Raucoules
School: ESMA, Montpellier, France

2D

Title: City and Herons
Student: Fei Yang
Instructor: Anazka Sebek
School: Parsons The New School for Design, New York, NY

Title: CMT
Student: I-Han Cheng
Instructor: Woon Kee Yong
School: Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA


Curato

Jacob S. Pollak
President, The Detroit Creative Group

Jurors

Ryan Price
Cervo Systems

Clarence Rice
Armstrong White

Brooke Merva
Speedshape Inc.

Jeannie Eng
Autodesk

Jay Semerad
Red Leader Audio

Eric Maslowski
University of Michigan, EGo Farms

Steffen Heise
University of Michigan 3D Lab

Lars Schumann
University of Michigan 3D Lab


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