call: Animation Artists in Residence Tokyo 2014
Call for entries
Deadline: 9 September 2013
Animation Artist in Residence Tokyo 2014
January 7 – March 17, 2014
July 1 â€“ September 9, 2013
The Japan Image Council (JAPIC) is pleased to announce our program â€œAnimation Artist in Residence Tokyo 2014â€.
This project, organized by the Agency for Cultural Affairs (Bunka-cho / Government of Japan) and run by the Japan Image Cou ncil since 2010, is an artist in residence program which aims to provide three outstanding young animation artists from around the world with an opportunity to come to Tokyo and create new works while directly interacting with Japanese animation culture. In doing so, we aim to promote both the creation of excellent works of
animation and cross-cultural exchange in the media arts.
During their stay in Tokyo, the promising young animation creators from overseas carry out the production of new animated works under the guidance of Japanese animation professionals, visit animation studios and educational institutions, and engage in interactions with
people involved in animation or other aspects of culture. The results of these efforts are presented at the end of their stay in Tokyo and after returning to their respective countries at
film festivals both domestically and abroad.
The application period for this yearâ€™s program is from July 1st to September 9th, 2013 and after the selection process has been completed three successful applicants will be invited to
participate. Their period of stay will be 70 days between the 7th of January and the 17th of March 2014, during which time they will receive funds to cover travel, accommodation, educational fees, and other expenses. In the past three years, we have had participants from the UK, France, China, Switzerland, Poland, Belgium, the USA, and Finland.
We would be grateful if you could diffuse this information to animation artists who will be interested in staying in Tokyo for their creation. We wish to welcome new talents from all over
the world. For more information about the project: http://japic.jp/eng/
Organizer: Agency for Cultural Affairs (Bunka-cho / Government of Japan)
Administrative Office: Japan Image Council (JAPIC)