Rupert's educational program is a degree-less, non-academic program. Each year it selects a small group of people with aspirations to realize individual projects and offers them practical and theoretical support to enhance and realize them.
The Terra Foundation for American Art has awarded the College Art Association (CAA) a major, three-year grant to administer an annual grant program to support book-length scholarly manuscripts in the history of American art.
The Film and Digital Media Department at the University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC) invites qualified scholars and/or practitioners to apply for a tenure-track position in the field of sound, to be appointed at the rank of Assistant Professor (tenure-track). We seek a critical practitioner, theorist or historian whose research focuses on the production and/or study of sound and sonic media.
University College Ghent consists of several functional entities: three faculties (Education, Health & Social Work; Science & Technology; and Business & Information Management), KASK & Royal Conservatory, and the Centre for Entrepreneurship. A central administration supports the functioning of the board and these entities. Organisationally, KASK & Royal Conservatory consists of seven programme committees and eight departments, supported by six offices.
The finalists of the inaugural Burt Award for Caribbean Literature have been announced. The Burt Award for Caribbean Literature was established by CODE – a Canadian charitable organization that has been advancing literacy and learning for 55 years – in collaboration with William (Bill) Burt and the Literary Prizes Foundation. The Award is the result of a close collaboration with CODE’s local partners in the Caribbean, The Bocas Lit Fest and CaribLit.
You are invited to a lecture by Japanese animator and animation director Mr. Masami Suda. One of Japan’s famous animators and character designers. He has worked on many animations as an animator and/or director since the 1960s. Currently, the TV animation called “Yo-kai Watch” in which the character he designed, is now on air in Japan, is getting popular among kids like “Pokemon”