Come join ASIFA Portland as we visit the Oregon Zoo and draw some cute animals!
Saturday, June 29th at 1oam at the Oregon Zoo.
Tickets are only $8 each.
RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
ASIFA members can invite 1 friend each.
a 75-minute selection of experimental animated short films directed, written or produced by LatinAmerican and Latina women artists between 2011 and 2017. This compilation is the result of an open call for works, which circulated through our website, social media and personal contacts. Our goal was to challenge our own maps of animation production in the region, and to start formulating more productive questions about how women participate in animation.
The selection presented intends to give a taste of the diversity found and to underscore the strong presence of human and social issues in the creative work of Latin American women animators.
It will be presented in the Mediatheque on March 5th at 7pm. The program will run about two hours and include a Q+A!
Please joins us this weekend (and next weekend!) for the World Premiere of Homebrew 2019: A PDX Animation Showcase, presented by Artful Raven Studios!
The show has been curated by Sophya Vidal, with works by local PDX Animators
FESTIVAL DATES: Jan 27th and Feb 3rd from 1-3
VENUE: Wacom Experience Center
TICKETS: $10; $5 for ASIFA/SIGGRAPH Members
HOMEBREW PDX turns four this year! This showcase is as fresh as ever with a new collection of works from local animators making the screening fun, refreshing and very Portland. Organized and moderated by Sophya Vidal, a long-standing member of the animation and theatre community, creative and thoughtful storytelling are at the core of the program. The screening includes several new works. It will be followed by a panel with many of the creators, so bring your best questions and get to know your Portland Animation Ambassadors. This event is brought to you by The Animation Resource Community Service (ARCS) and Portland ASIFA.
A collection of alternative and diverse independent short films, in both narrative and aesthetic. All but one are directed by women.
Followed by a Q&A with Director TingTing Liu of the film, First Bloom.
Tues Oct 16th 7pm-8pm
PNCA Mediatheque 511 NW Broadway