Interested in studying our Visual Effects, Digital Arts and Animation course? You’re invited to our next introductory workshop with tutor Anton Egorov, taking place online on Wednesday the 23rd of February from 3:30 pm.
Visual effects are no longer reserved to the film industry. Today, there’s no creative practice that can’t be explored and transformed through this high-powered discipline. The explosion of NFTs brought digital art to the masses. Audiovisual projects are proliferating in the creative scene. Motion-tracking technology is providing exciting new possibilities for movement artists. That’s not to mention the visual effects that come so naturally to science infographics.
Thanks to the flexibility of Catalyst’s multidisciplinary project-based Visual Effects, Digital Arts and Animation programme, if you can dream it, you can do it. Whatever your creative background or approach, in the one-year and three-year courses, you’re invited to employ your new skills in expressing your unique voice and autonomously forging your own direction. It’s all about artistic exchange: our team has the knowledge and experience; you’ve got the right questions.
Subject areas include 2D and 3D animation, filmmaking, post-production, motion design, matte painting, digital compositing, visual effects supervising, creative coding, audiovisual installations and interactive art.
23rd February, 3:30 pm
Ready to start bringing your ideas to life? On Wednesday the 23rd of February, from 3:30 pm, you can get a taste of what it’s like to study Visual Effects, Digital Arts and Animation at Catalyst. In the online introductory session, led by digital artist and tutor Anton Egorov, you’ll learn about our action-packed approach to visual effects for film productions, audiovisual projects, gaming and digital arts. Don’t delay! RSVP to the workshop to receive your invite to the Zoom call.