Society for Animation Studies (SAS)
The edited book Experimental and Expanded Animation: New Perspectives by Vicky Smith and Nicky Hamlyn, has been voted the winner of the 2018-2019 Norman McLaren/Evelyn Lambart Award for Best Scholarly Book in Animation.
Call for papers open for the 31st SAS Conference in Lisbon (17-21 Jun 2019).
Extended deadline (8 Jan) to submit to the upcoming Society for Animation Studies conference (Montreal, 19-21 June 2018), with "Then Now Next" as the conference topic.
An academic symposium is taking place during the 21st Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film. See details how to submit your paper.
Society for Animation Studies asks for short papers on Gender & Animation. More details.
Paul Wells will give a keynote lecture in the one-day academic symposium held at the Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film 2014 (24 April). See the complete programme.
A one-day academic symposium held at the Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film 2014.
An academic symposium on "Change and Continuity: Interdisciplinary Aspects of Animation, Comics and Literature" is organised by SAS and Stuttgart International Animation Festival. Read the call for papers.
The 2013 Annual Society for Animation Studies (SAS) conference attempts to redefine animation.