Atomic Cartoons internship helps undergrad follow her dreams

Many young artists dream of working in animation, bringing to life beloved characters that children all over the world watch every day. But following that dream is not as easy as it might seem.  Breaking into the world of animation requires connections to the industry that not every young artist possesses.

21-year-old Emily Carr University animation student Lia Fabre-Dimsdale wasn’t expecting to find a summer job opportunity working in an animation studio, despite her aspirations in the field.

Postcard from France: Investigating the history of French sequential photography

Sequential photography is best described as multiple photographic images arranged in sequences that explore the medium’s relationships to movement, memory, or narrative over an extended period of time. As part of my research, I spent three months in Paris, France, with support from the Mitacs Globalink Research Award.