TAIS Artist in Residence Program – Call for Proposals

  APPLICATION GUIDELINES Research and Production in Animation Residency Program Opening date: Monday, August 13, 2018 Deadline Extension: Friday, October 19, 2018   This program supports research and production of new animated work by artists through a combination of funding and in-kind resources. After the success of the last four years of TAIS’ artists in residence program, the boundaries continue to expand […]

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CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Studio Production Support Program

  TAIS is committed to supporting animation production by independent and emerging artists. TAIS actively enables affordable access to resources and skills development opportunities through the STUDIO PRODUCTION SUPPORT PROGRAM. This program allows eligible artists the opportunity to book TAIS studios at significantly reduced rates. Selected artists must become TAIS Studio Members. The next deadline is October 15, […]

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Announcing TAIS Fall 2018 Workshops/Courses

TAIS STUDIO SKILLS Beginning in September through December 2018, TAIS is offering 3-8 week animation skills development courses and 1-3 day focused animation workshops. With three (3) intensive courses, six (6) different skills development workshops, and two (2) intermediate Masterclasses, there’s something for everyone – from no-experience beginners to those with years of experience in animation production. QUESTIONS? Contact outreach@tais.ca   Sign-up […]

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Welcome 2018 Canadian Artist in Residence

TAIS Artist in Residence Program focuses on research & production in animation, and is designed to offer opportunities for artists to expand and develop their practices and create independent work. Residency Artists also present their work to the public through artist talks and workshops.   Daniel Barrow September 10 to December 2, 2018   TAIS is […]

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MICRORES Studio Talk – Daniel Sterlin-Altman

Studio talk: October 25, 7pm Daniel Sterlin-Altman completed a TAIS Microresidency in June 2018 to create a new stop motion short film do you even carrot all?, a stop motion-animated short exploring sex, love, family, and regret complicit with queer identity. Daniel will present a studio talk about his project at TAIS on October 25th, at 7pm. The film focuses on a protagonist, […]

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