Tuesday, October 23

Panelists at "Breaking The Glass Frame: Women & Animation Past, Present, Future" discussed strategies for encouraging more women and other underrepresented groups to pursue careers in animation. 
(Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

UCLA co-hosts symposium to empower women, young creators in animation

Women are moving their creativity beyond pen and paper to discuss places for marginalized groups in storytelling within male-dominated fields. Jointly hosted by CalArts, the UCLA Animation Workshop and Women in Animation – and organized by leadership from USC, CalArts and UCLA – the three-day symposium “Breaking The Glass Frame: Women & Animation Past, Present, Future” gave attendees a chance to reflect on the current state of the creative world through a series of panels discussing diversity in animation. Read more...

Panelists at "Breaking The Glass Frame: Women & Animation Past, Present, Future" discussed strategies for encouraging more women and other underrepresented groups to pursue careers in animation. 
(Amy Dixon/Photo editor)