News Release

  11 May 2016

Graduating students from a University of Hertfordshire’s Digital Animation Programme are hosting their prestigious animation film showcase, Animation Exposé, on 25 May 2016 during a University’s de Havilland campus. This world-famous Exposé festival and exhibition, now in a 13 th year, is streamed live around a universe and facilities inspirational talks from companies about a latest attention blockbusters. It also showcases a really best work from a University’s grade courses in 3D and 2D animation, Games Art and Visual Effects.

Students will fiercely contest with any other to win tip prizes motionless on by a eminent row of attention judges and a eventuality will embody talks by venerable attention speakers from heading visible effects, games and animation industries.

“The University’s Digital Animation Programme equips students with a tip turn of skills indispensable to achieve in today’s Games, Visual Effects and Animation industries. Much importance is given to creativity, concept art and story, channelled by modernized program skills and a latest technology” commented Stephen Hunt, Programme Leader, School of Creative Arts during a University of Hertfordshire.

“Great sketch and design, joined with attention turn skills, will always open doors for an artist, and a University works unusually tough with a partners to assistance graduates achieve successful careers in a industry. Our graduates have worked on Hollywood blockbusters such as Avatar, Inception, Gravity and Prometheus, Jungle Book and many more, winning Oscars for their work.”

Graduates are operative in all a best companies opposite a universe including Framestore CFC, Double Negative, MPC, Crytek, Rare, Sony, Disney among others. The tyro projects have won many awards and their charcterised films have been seen by over 18 million people worldwide around YouTube and Vimeo.

Admission to Animation Exposé is giveaway and open to a public. However, spaces are singular so for some-more information or to book your place, visit: https://headlines.herts.ac.uk/animation-expose/. The eventuality will be hold during a Weston Auditorium, de Havilland Campus, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, Hertfordshire AL10 9EU, from 9.30am to 5.30pm. The live tide can be noticed at: www.headlines.herts.ac.uk .

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For some-more information/images hit Manjari Shah, University of Hertfordshire Press Office on 01707 286476, Email: m.shah24@herts.ac.uk

Notes to Editors

For information about a University of Hertfordshire’s School of Creative Arts Graduate Exhibitions events holding place in Hertfordshire and London, greatfully visit www.headlines.herts.ac.uk .

About a University of Hertfordshire:

·          The University’s prophesy is to be internationally eminent as a UK’s heading business-facing university.  It is innovative and forward and hurdles people and organisations to excel. 

·          The University of Hertfordshire is one of a region’s largest employers with over 2,700 staff and a turnover of over £238 million.

·          With a tyro village of over 24,800 including some-more than 4,100 abroad students from 100 opposite countries, a University has a tellurian network of over 210,000 alumni. 

·          It is also one of a tip 150 universities in a universe underneath 50 years old, according to a new Times Higher Education 150 underneath 50 rankings 2016.

·          For some-more information, greatfully visit  www.herts.ac.uk

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