BA and MA Animation students illuminated Surbiton's iconic Art Deco station as part of turning on of the Christmas lights in the London Borough of Kingston-Upon-Thames
Date: 15 December 2014
Talking about the project, BA and MA Animation Course Leader Mark Collington said, "This is a very exciting opportunity for us. We are really focused on developing alternative applications for animation, working on architectural projects is just one example that shows how progressive the work of our animators is. We are also very lucky to have an ongoing partnership with a range of imaginative organizations including South West Trains and Creative Youth Kingston."
The Cass animation studio is also working in partnership with Aduna in 2014 - the Africa-inspired London health and beauty brand and social business. Animation students will be producing virals and immersive experiences as part of the Aduna campaign to "Make Baobab Famous" in 2015. The campaign is designed to promote the baobab fruit, its health giving qualities, and most importantly to raise awareness of the economic benefit to be gained from the sale of the unique naturally occurring powder of the fruit by the West African communities that own the trees.
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