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2019 Native American Youth Animation Workshop – Recap
December 16, 2019 - December 17, 2019
The Native American Youth Animation Workshop was a two day intensive workshop that offered Native American youth new opportunities in animation. This lab was designed to offer genuine access for Native Americans interested in learning and entering the field of animation. The LA SKINS FEST partnered with Sherman Indian High School in Riverside, CA and provided several promising Native American youth a new career path.
Native Youth worked with professional animation software and had a group discussion with executives from Crunchyroll and Amazon Animation. The program offered mentorship so participants may learn the full experience of producing animation. Thanks to United American Indian Involvement, Inc. for supporting the workshop.
This workshop was accompanied with studio visits to Aaron Sims Creative and 6 Point Harness. The youth learned about new animation and visual effects techniques. The purpose of the workshop is to further develop the skills of Native American youth and prepare them for future employment in the industry.
The Native American Youth Animation Workshop was created in accordance with the LA Skins Fest’s mission to improve media portrayals of Native Americans and to increase the number of Native Americans employed in all facets of the media industry.
The Native American Youth Animation Workshop is supported by :
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