Our Program

The Animation Area serves the needs of all Film and TV students for both animation and live-action projects. The curriculum is varied and integrated with both traditional animation and 2D and 3D animation courses at fundamentals, intermediate and advanced levels, as well as storyboarding, titles, optical and digital effects, life drawing and history and criticism classes.


The Animation area offers a comprehensive and diverse array of classes, covering both traditional and computer based techniques. Courses such as drawing and anatomy are cornerstones of the curriculum...


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The Animation Area consists of three classrooms, a work lab, and a stop motion studio.  Our facilities have over 50 Mac Pros connected to Wacom 22HD Cintiqs. While most stations run on OSX, most also have the capability to switch over to a Windows system, which is especially useful for rendering out 3D animation and effects.


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The Animation area of the Kanbar Institute of Undergraduate Film & Television at NYU Tisch School of the Arts began in 1979 with the full-time appointment of the experimental independent animator Richard Protovin (1945 -1991)...


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