Ten teams of four students and professionals in audiovisual media, animation, digital arts, graphic design and other disciplines were given 4 days to produce a collaborative video mapping piece, to be displayed on the façade of the Lille Opera House on Friday 31 March, for the opening night of the Fête de l’Anim.
The workshop was led by Tamás Zádor, creator of the Hungarian collective Kiégő Izzók (Glowing Bulbs), along with Lille artists Ludovic Burczykowski and Samy Barras (sound design: Aleksi Aubry-Carlson).

Workshop from Monday 27 to Friday 31 March 2017.
Ankama, Roubaix.

Participating teams:

Germany
3D Druckzentrum Ruhr (collectif) – Essen

Belgium
Howest, Digital Arts and Entertainment – Kortrijk
La Cambre (ENSAV) – Brussels
Shlag Prod – Brussels

China
China Academy of Art – Hangzhou
China Academy of Art, Shanghai Institute of Design – Shanghai

Denmark
The Animation Workshop – Viborg

Finland
TUAS, Turku University of Applied Sciences – Turku

France
3axes Institut – Tourcoing
e-artsup – Lille
ECV – Lille
Ésaat – Roubaix
Pôle 3D – Roubaix
Supinfocom Rubika – Valenciennes

Italy
CSC Animazione, Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia – Turin

Hungary
Mome – Budapest

The Netherlands
The Hague University of Applied Sciences – The Hague

Poland
Collectif d’artistes – Wrocław

United Kingdom
Leeds College of Art – Leeds
Plymouth College of Art – Plymouth


>> See the result of the workshop

Organised within the framework of the Euranim project.
Schemes with European and Asian schools form part of the Euranim project, funded by the European Union’s Creative Europe programmeme, with the involvement of Rencontres Audiovisuelles and five European partners: Howest (Kortrijk, Belgium), MOME (Budapest, Hungary), Plymouth College of Art (Plymouth, UK) The Animation Workshop (Viborg, Denmark) and Turku University of Applied Sciences (Turku, Finland). Euranim promotes the networking of young professionals in animation.
www.euranim.eu

With the support of the European Union’s Creative Europe programme.

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