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CSULB Animations students compete in 24-hour contest

Posted on October 13, 2015 by School of Art

Logo of contest with the number 24 inside a stopwatchCSULB animation students competed in the eleventh annual 24-Hour Animation contest, the brainchild of CSULB Animation professor Aubry Mintz. On Friday, October 2 at 5pm, Prof. Mintz announced this year’s theme, “Imagine if Technology was Introduced at the Dawn of Humankind: What if Adam and Eve Found an Apple Computer Instead of an Apple?” From there over 525 students representing 24 teams from across the nation and internationally worked throughout the night to conceptualize and complete an animated film in a nearly impossible amount of time. Students created half-minute shorts based on this years theme, and we congratulate them on their efforts!

 

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