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September 1997, Week 4


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Jeremy Butler <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 23 Sep 1997 08:53:56 -0500
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>AUGUST 1998
>The 10th Annual Society for Animation Studies Conference and International
>Symposium will be held at Chapman University, in Orange, California, 6 - 16
>August 1998.  The event will feature workshops, panels, screenings,
>demonstrations, scholarly papers, archive tours and other events covering a
>full-spectrum of animation- and motion-picture-related topics.
>This year's conference theme is "In the Beginning . . .," placing a focus
>on the way in which individuals and institutions got started.  Preliminary
>plans include screenings of home movies from the animation community and a
>panel on preservation organized by leading animation scholars.
>A call for presentation proposals is now being distributed.  Preference
>will be given to proposals dealing with the conference theme, including
>student works of now accomplished artists; the first years of particular
>studios, schools, and organizations; and prototypes of computer or other
>animation-related technologies.  In addition, home movies or slides related
>to the 'personal side' of the animation community are requested.
>Proposals should include a 25-50 word summary of the presentation suitable
>for publication, as well as a 250-500 word abstract.  Also include phone,
>fax and e-mail contact information.  The final call for papers,
>pre-constituted panels and workshops deadline is 15 January 1998.  An early
>decision deadline of
>1 November 1997 has been established; decisions on proposals received by
>that date will be made within two weeks, to assist attendees with securing
>travel assistance from their employers.
>Some financial assistance may be available to help students and the
>underemployed whose work is accepted for presentation at the conference.
>If you are interested in applying for this assistance, please write a
>letter of application and send it with your proposal by the early
>appication deadline, 1 November 1997.
>For more information, contact:
>Maureen Furniss, Ph.D.
>School of Film and Television
>Chapman University
>333 North Glassell Street
>Orange, CA 92866 USA
>Phone: (714) 744-7018
>Fax: (714) 997-6700
>E-mail: [log in to unmask]
Jeremy Butler
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