CCAD’s 2009 Pipeline Project is the 2010 Applied Arts student awards winner in the category of online animation. The Pipeline Project, an annual semester-long extracurricular opportunity, allows students to produce a film in a collaborative, team-oriented way that mirrors professional production practices.
Students receiving award certificates from the visual communications magazine are Erich Burchfield, project director (Animation, ’10), Greg Browe, lead story artist (Media Studies, ’11), Meghann Pearson, director of photography (Photography, ’10), Jennifer Stefanski, head of animation (Animation, ’10), and Dan Zimmer, head of technical direction (Animation, ’10). Their project was inspired by the college’s recent branding initiative and resulted in a 24-minute video about CCAD from the students’ perspective.
To see some footage produced through the award-winning project click here. Frame grabbed images of the project will be printed in Applied Arts annual publication and put on display at the Applied Arts awards exhibit, which will be held in November in Toronto at Artscape Wychwood Barns.
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