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2021 Co-work Online

The 12th International Collaboration of Animation (Co-work) is organized by Tokyo University of the Arts (GEIDAI), Communication University of China (CUC) and Korea National University of Arts (K-Arts). This entire project took place online due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Mixed teams from K-Arts, GEIDAI, and CUC engaged in intensive animation [...]

Fuse and Collide: Japan-China-Korea Student Animation Co-work (Online Symposium)

Co-work is a program in which animation students from graduate programs in Japan, China and Korea collaboratively create short animation works from the development stage to completion. Tokyo University of the Arts (Tokyo Geidai), Korea National University of Arts (K'Arts) and Communication University of China (CUC) take part in this venture [...]

China-Japan-Korea International Animation Forum 2020

2020 China-Japan-Korea International Animation Forum was an international conference hosted as a part of Campus-Asia Project. The forum was held online, and opened to the public on the Internet. Date: December 26 (Sat) 2020, 14:00-16:30 (Beijing time) Organizer: Communication University of China (CUC) Cooperation: Korea National University of Arts (K-Arts) , [...]

2020 Co-work Online

This year the entire project took place online due to COVID-19. Mixed teams from K-Arts, GEIDAI, and CUC engaged in intensive animation production from concept development to completed works for 11 days from August 17 (Mon) – 29 (Sat), 2020. This year’s concept is “Asian Silly Symphony,” inspired by the classic [...]

SIGGRAPH Asia 2019 Brisbane

November 18-20, 2019, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre * CAMPUS Asia Program promotion at the exhibition

2019 Co-work in Yokohama and Seoul

Students at K-Arts, GEIDAI, and CUC formed teams to produce short animated films on specific topics. All three universities took turns in order to hold pre-production and production.   Co-Planning in TUA, Yokohama (2019.05.27- 06.06)   Co-production in K-arts, Seoul (2019.07.21 - 08.03)   Related link Go [...]

Ringling College of Art and Design Exhibition / June 4-7, 2019

Ringling College of Art and Design Exhibition June 4-7, 2019, K-Arts Art Gallery and K-Cine Korea National University of Arts + Ringling College of Art and Design - Exchange exhibitions and screenings / Lecture of President of Ringling College of Art and Design [...]

MR Workshop / Aug 28-Sep 10, 2018

(1) The CAMPUS Asia MR Workshop took place from August 28, 2018, to September 10, 2018, at the Korea National University of Arts (K-Arts) School of Film, TV & Multimedia. This workshop in XR (extended reality) was the third installment following a series of VR workshops in February and August [...]

2nd VR Cubic Workshop / Aug 14-27, 2017

1) Workshop Description: This was an upgraded version of the first VR cubic workshop. In the first workshop (February 2017), the participants developed VR environments related to famous historical figures from each country. In contrast, participants in the second workshop (August 2017) created their own VR gallery environments as personal projects. [...]

VR Cubic Workshop / Feb 6-19, 2017

1)Workshop Description: This workshop provides the skills needed to build compelling VR content with HTC Vive. Students have the opportunity to make their own virtual cube and demonstrate their work with assistance from experts. 2)Date: February 6-19, 2017 (2 weeks) 3)Venue: Department of Animation, Korea National University of Arts 4)Attendees: 10 [...]

2016 Korea-China-Japan International Animation Symposium

Date Wednesday, December 21, 2016, 2-6 pm Venue L114, K-Arts Hosted by KOREAGRAPH Organized by KOREAGRAPH, K-Arts, Chung-Ang University Supported by The Korea-Janpan Cultural Exchange council 일시 2016년 12월 21일(수) 오후 2시-6시 장소 한국예술종합학교 영상원 L114호 주최 사단법인 코리아그래프 주관 사단법인 코리아그래프, 한국예술종합학교, 중앙대학교 후원 문화체육관광부 한일문화교류회의 [...]

Kickoff Meeting

The kickoff meeting was held on Jan 20, 2017 at Communication University of China (CUC). We discussed future plans for the CAMPUS Asia program.  Participant K-Arts Sehyung Park (Professor) Jungmin Lee (Professor) Minjung Ko (Coordinator) Tokyo University of [...]

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