Animation is one of the most interdisciplinary of all the arts — informed by the visual and performing arts, humanities and sciences.
Evergreen’s emphasis on interdisciplinary teaching and learning has led students to create unique animated works that are experimental in content and form. In the full-time curriculum animation is taught in interdisciplinary programs in conjunction with dance, music, performance, religious and ritual studies, visual art, math, physics, literature, social studies, history and natural history. Depending on faculty placement it is also taught with film, video, and media history and theory in our foundation program, Mediaworks / Non-Fiction Media.
2015 – 2016 Offerings:
- Visualizing Microbial Seascapes: An Introduction to Animation and Marine Biology – Fall/Winter
- TBA – Spring
2014 – 2015 Offerings:
- Mediaworks – Fall/Winter/Spring
2013 – 2014 Offerings:
- Non-Fiction Media – Fall/Winter/Spring
- The Fine Art of Handmade Animated Film – Summer 2014, First Session
2012 – 2013 Offerings:
- The Fine Art of Handmade Animated Film – Summer 2013, First Session
- Picturing Plants – Spring 2013
- Trajectories in Animation, Mathematics, and Physics – Fall & Winter 2012/13
Please also refer to the Evergreen catalog.