NQT Interview Event For Teaching Roles Starting September 2017

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NQT Interview Event For Teaching Roles Starting September 2017

15th March 2017 (2pm- 8pm)

Stadium of Light, Sunderland

  • Meet individually with up to 20 Head teachers and Senior Leaders from the North East area
  • All attending schools are looking for teaching staff for permanent roles commencing in September 2017
  • These Headteachers are taking the initiative to start meeting trainee teachers earlier in the academic year to secure the best NQTs for their schools
  • Find out more about the schools directly from their senior leadership and find out about what they can offer you for your NQT year and beyond
  • Have the opportunity to secure formal interviews/observations at the schools soon after the event
  • Secure your first teaching position early in the year, allowing you time to concentrate on your course for the remainder of the year, while also having the possibility to attend CPD at your future school to prepare you for your NQT year.

 

This event is FREE to attend. Complimentary supper and refreshments will be provided during the evening.

Please note, the positions available are NOT supply teaching positions, nor would you be employed through Teach In. If you secure a teaching position through our event, you will be employed directly by the school.

Teach In are a specialist company that arranges unique events for schools and trainee teachers throughout the UK. Since our formation last year, we have secured over 200 NQT positions for trainee teachers, all of whom attended one of our events.

The event will run between 2pm and 8pm, and a full schedule of attending schools will be issued prior to the event to give you time to prepare. We realise that not all trainee teachers will be able to get to the event for 2pm, and not all will able to stay until 8pm, so we will tailor your individual schedule around the times that you specify and the Headteachers that are attending.

For further details and to book your space at this unique event please call Teach In on: 0191 5561081 or email  nicola.griffiths1@teachin.co.uk 

www.teachin.co.uk

 

 

 

FREE Professional Development sessions for teaching students

Calling all Teaching students!

NASUWT are running several FREE professional development sessions across the UK in July and August 2017. The seminars offer information on the rights you should expect to receive as an NQT, interactive sessions on pupil behaviour management and general preparation for your first days in the classroom.

The seminars are totally free including accommodation, meals and refreshments. You can find out more about these sessions, and book your FREE place via this link: www.nasuwt.org.uk/seminars

 

#1DayWithoutUs Event at University of Cumbria

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1 Day Without Us is a National Day of Action on 20th Feb 2017 to celebrate the contribution of migrants to the UK, to coincide with UN World Day of Social Justice.

Find out more about the campaign here.

The LiSS International Team will be hosting a ‘Bridge of Hope’ event in the Learning Gateway building at the Fusehill Street, Carlisle Campus – 11am to 1pm today.

You are invited to come along to leave a message of support that will then be used to construct the ‘Bridge of Hope’.

Another local event that is happening in support of #1DayWithoutUs is the Carlisle Cathedral Ribbon Tie.

Futures Festival – Programme

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‘This is what success looks like’

The Futures Festival is a three-day event offering our final year Institute of the Arts students the opportunity to hear from industry professionals, meet potential employers and attend employability and enterprise workshops.

Event Programme (for more information please scroll down)

The Careers and Employability Service will be in the reception area at Brampton Road every day of the Futures Festival, from 10am – 4pm. Drop in to see us if you have any questions!

Tuesday 14th February:

12.00pm – 2.00pm – Careers Fair and Networking Event (open to all Institute of the Arts students) – Vallum Galley. 

2.00pm – 5.00pm – Employability and Enterprise workshops with visiting industry speakers.

5.30pm – 6.30pm – Mini Film Festival with a red carpet film screening of four award winning student productions with popcorn and refreshments – Lecture Theatre 3.

6.30pm – 10.00pm – Celebration Evening with live music and performances from students & alumni, featuring Hardwicke Circus and Holiday Band – Vallum Gallery.

Wednesday 15th February:

10.00am – 1.00pm – Employability and Enterprise workshops with visiting industry speakers.

2.00pm – 5.00pm – Media Arts Industry Expert Lectures – Lecture Theatre 3.

2.00pm – 4.00pm – Live stream replay of Complicite’s ‘Beware of Pity’ at the Barbican in London – Lecture Theatre 1.

5.30pm – 6.30pm – Undergraduate to Postgraduate Seminar – Lecture Theatre 3.

6.30pm – 8.00pm – Undergraduate to Postgraduate Social Event – Vallum Gallery.

Thursday 16th February:

10.00am – 1.00pm – Performing Arts Industry Expert Lectures – Lecture Theatre 3.

2.00pm – 5.00pm – Art & Design Industry Expert Lectures – Lecture Theatre 3.

5.30pm – 10.00pm – Closing Party with live music and performances from students & alumni featuring WeAreQuasars – Vallum Gallery.

 

Careers Fair and Networking Event

Tuesday 14 February 2017 – 12pm to 2pm – Vallum Gallery

There are a range of employers exhibiting at the Careers Fair offering graduate jobs, summer opportunities, creative competitions and other opportunities across a range of sectors.

Exhibiting Employers:

  • American Summers
  • Camp Cumbria
  • Choose Cumbria
  • Enterprise Rent-a-Car
  • Equity
  • Fika Apps
  • Inspira
  • Link Recruitment
  • NXT Recruitment
  • Old Fire Station
  • Stephen Rowell Photography
  • System People
  • Theatre by the Lake
  • UoC Student Enterprise Service
  • UoC Postgraduate Recruitment Team

Employability and Enterprise Workshops – Tuesday 14 February 2017

2pm to 3pm:

  • Graduate Schemes with ‘Target Job Employer of the Year’ 2016 Enterprise Rent a Car – Lecture Theatre 1
  • So you Want a Digital Job in Cumbria? – Lecture Theatre 3
  • Looking Ahead: Taking Your Skills Forward – HO15
  • Considering Self Employment, Rules and Regulations – HO02

3pm to 4pm:

  • Applying for Teacher Training – Lecture Theatre 1
  • Careers with Your Degree – HO15
  • Constructing Worlds Collectively – Lecture Theatre 3

4pm to 5pm:

  • Working at the BBC and the Importance of Networking – Lecture Theatre 2
  • Personal Branding – HO15
  • Considering Self Employment, Rules and Regulations – HO02
  • Ace your Applications – Lecture Theatre 1
Workshop content can be seen in the full programme below.
To pre-book places on these workshops please e-mail kathryn.jones@cumbria.ac.ukPlaces can also be booked on the day at the Careers and Employability Service desk in the Brampton Road Campus Main Reception.

Employability and Enterprise Workshops – Wednesday 15 February 2017 (full programme):

10am to 11am:

  • Careers with Your Degree – MB3029
  • Crowdfunding – MB1033

11am to 12pm:

  • Portfolio Working – MB3029
  • Team Dynamics – MB1033

12pm to 1pm:

  • Personal Branding – MB3029
  • Crowdfunding – MB1033
Workshop content can be seen in the full programme below.
To pre-book places on these workshops please e-mail kathryn.jones@cumbria.ac.ukPlaces can also be booked on the day at the Careers and Employability Service desk in the Brampton Road Campus Main Reception.

Media Arts Industry Expert Lectures – Wednesday 15 February 2017

2pm to 5pm – Lecture Theatre 3

Ed Barratt – Producer

Ed was chosen as a BAFTA breakthrough Brit in 2013 and has a number of production credits to his name. Find out more about Ed here and here.

Lewis Abbott – Film Camera Assistant

Lewis has worked on shows such as Top Gear, Journey to Le Mans and Special Forces: Ultimate Hell Week. Find out more about Lewis here.

 

Performing Arts Industry Expert Lectures – Thursday 16 February 2017

10am to 1pm – Lecture Theatre 3

Samantha Seivwright – Freelance Performer
Session Title: Networking and Contacts

The importance of networking and of maintaining contacts in order to progress work.

Sam graduated from UoC in 2010, she completed a MA in Musical Theatre from Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.  Sam currently works as a freelance actor and riding double.  See her credits here.

Barry Evans – Freelance Actor/Director and Equity Official
Session title: You and Equity

This session will focus on the work that equity does in supporting performers and the need for performers to have union representation.

See Barry’s credits here.

Professor Graeme Danby

Graeme Danby is a visiting professor at the Institute of the Arts and has performed at several of the world’s leading opera houses, notably the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden and the English National Opera.

 

Art & Design Industry Expert Lectures

2.00pm – 5.00pm – Lecture Theatre 3

Vicky Simpson

Vicky has run her own graphic design consultancy in London for 15 years.

Dawn Bothwell

Curator and coordinator of Circa Projects in Newcastle.

 

Employability and Enterprise Workshops – Full Programme

Tuesday 14 February 2017 – 2pm to 3pm

Graduate Scheme with ‘Target Jobs Employer of the Year’ 2016 Enterprise Rent a Car – Lecture Theatre 1

Beth Jackson – Talent Acquisition Specialist at Enterprise Rent-a-Car

What is a Graduate Scheme, why are they a good option and how do you apply?

Enterprise Rent-a-Car offer one of the many Graduate Schemes available in the UK across a variety of sectors. Schemes like their Management Training Programmes provide graduates the opportunity to develop employability skills in areas such as management, marketing, sales, customer service and logistics. Graduates are supported to take on increased responsibility over a year or two, rising quickly through the ranks. Experience and skills gained in graduate schemes can be successfully transferred to support many different future career paths.

Find out more about the Enterprise Rent-a-Car Graduate Schemes here.

Find out more about Creative Arts Graduate Schemes here.

 

So you Want a Digital Job in Cumbria? – Lecture Theatre 3

Helen Statham – Digital Media Executive at Fika Apps

A brief guide to working in the digital sector in Cumbria. And yes, it really does exist.

Helen studied Event Management at the University of Cumbria and is passionate about digital media, tech podcasts and cats. Currently working at Fika Apps, the Carlisle-based company develops apps and other digital products for a variety of clients. Helen is project managing the Pitch Fika app competition as well as working on creative approaches to SEO, content marketing, PPC and social media.

Find out about the Pitch Fika competition here.

 

Looking Ahead: Taking Your Skills Forward – HO15 

Claire Stewart and Emma Holgate – Library and Academic Advisers

This workshop will help you identify the key transferable skills you have gained by using academic and information skills throughout your course at the University of Cumbria.  What are these key skills? How can you demonstrate them in further study or your future career?

Claire Stewart and Emma Holgate are Library and Academic Advisers based in the University of Cumbria libraries at Brampton Road and Lancaster.  They look after the library resources and academic skills sessions for Arts and Humanities students at each campus.  

Find out more about Skills@Cumbria here.

 

Considering Self Employment, Rules and Regulations – HO02

UoC Student Enterprise Team

Have you got plans to set yourself up as self-employed? Find out about the steps you will need to take.

The Student Enterprise Service offers a wide range of services for all types of issues, whether you want to enhance your career by gaining new qualifications, are looking for a placement to gain experience in your chosen field, or want support as you launch your own business.

Find out more about the Student Enterprise Team here.

To access support contact studententerprise@cumbria.ac.uk

 

Tuesday 14 February 2017 – 3pm to 4pm

Applying for Teacher Training – Lecture Theatre 1

Anna Robinson – Careers and Employability Service

Eamonn Pugh – Senior Lecturer, School of Education and Michelle Thorpe – NQT Coordinator

Interested in finding out about teacher training? This session will give you information on routes into teacher training, the teaching application system and course entry requirements. We will also let you know about the teacher training options available to you at the University of Cumbria.

Your Careers and Employability Service is here to help you make the most of the opportunities available to you before and after graduating. We offer support with: finding a graduate job, CV and application feedback, interview preparation, information about employability events and current vacancies.

Find out more about your Careers and Employability Service here.

To access support contact careers@cumbria.ac.uk

 

Careers with Your Degree – HO15

Joanne Watson – Careers and Employability Service

Did you know that your degree gives you access to lots of different career paths and work possibilities? Find out more about the options you will have after graduation at this session.

Your Careers and Employability Service is here to help you make the most of the opportunities available to you before and after graduating. We offer support with: finding a graduate job, CV and application feedback, interview preparation, information about employability events and current vacancies.

Find out more about your Careers and Employability Service here.

To access support contact careers@cumbria.ac.uk

 

Constructing Worlds Collectively – Lecture Theatre 3

Frida Yngström – PHD Student at the University of Cumbria

In art we are used to seeing dreams as images, however in Frida’s PhD research project, ‘Pushing the rational – Using dreamwork as a method for art and resistance’, dreams are investigated as a catalyst for sharing stories of the unconscious mind.  Taking a starting point in the idea of Constructing worlds collectively to introduce Dream safari exhibition projects as well as her line of research. The enquiry into dreamwork as a method of for art and resistance has been developed through a series of participatory art projects involving DIY-strategies and exploration of collective artistic process through a variety of dream groups.

 

Tuesday 14 February 2017 – 4pm to 5pm

Working at the BBC and the Importance of Networking – Lecture Theatre 2

Tom Burrows – Broadcast Journalist, Assistant and Producer at BBC Radio Cumbria

An overview of the graduate schemes available at the BBC, information on Tom’s career journey and how networking can help your career.

Tom graduated in 2011 from the University of Cumbria with a degree in Journalism. Since then he has worked as a Media Support Assistant, Copywriter, videographer, freelance journalist and currently as Midmorning Producer at BBC Radio Cumbria.

 

Personal Branding – HO15

Joanne Watson – Careers and Employability Service

“Your Brand is what people say about you when you are not in the room” – Jeff Bezos (founder of Amazon). In this session find out how you can develop your personal brand, allowing you to clearly communicate what you can offer to future clients and employers.  

Your Careers and Employability Service is here to help you make the most of the opportunities available to you before and after graduating. We offer support with: finding a graduate job, CV and application feedback, interview preparation, information about employability events and current vacancies.

Find out more about your Careers and Employability Service here.

To access support contact careers@cumbria.ac.uk

 

Considering Self Employment, Rules and Regulations – HO02

UoC Student Enterprise Team

Have you got plans to set yourself up as self-employed? Find out about the steps you will need to take.

The Student Enterprise Service offers a wide range of services for all types of issues, whether you want to enhance your career by gaining new qualifications, are looking for a placement to gain experience in your chosen field, or want support as you launch your own business.

Find out more about the Student Enterprise Team here.

To access support contact studententerprise@cumbria.ac.uk

 

Ace your Applications – Lecture Theatre 1

Anna Robinson – Careers and Employability Service

Access some top tips to improve your chances of application success. This session will give you key tools that can be applied to different types of applications in any sector. 

Your Careers and Employability Service is here to help you make the most of the opportunities available to you before and after graduating. We offer support with: finding a graduate job, CV and application feedback, interview preparation, information about employability events and current vacancies.

Find out more about your Careers and Employability Service here.

To access support contact careers@cumbria.ac.uk

 

Wednesday 15 February 2017 – 10am to 11am

Careers with Your Degree – MB3029

Carolyn Benson – Careers and Employability Service

Did you know that your degree gives you access to lots of different career paths and work possibilities? Find out more about the options you will have after graduation at this session.

Your Careers and Employability Service is here to help you make the most of the opportunities available to you before and after graduating. We offer support with: finding a graduate job, CV and application feedback, interview preparation, information about employability events and current vacancies.

Find out more about your Careers and Employability Service here.

To access support contact careers@cumbria.ac.uk

 

Crowdfunding – MB1033

Sarah Burrough – Marketer and Professional Crowdfunder

The Crowdfunding overview will address: What is Crowdfunding, how to put together a project and running a campaign.

Crowdfunding: the ‘what is?’ and ‘how to’ raise funding for your project. Laden with tangible examples and advice from someone who has raised nearly £2 million for other projects. This interactive talk will address how to use crowdfunding to help realise your project but to use it as a networking tool and extension of a CV.

 

Wednesday 15 February 2017 – 11am to 12pm

Stand Out In The Crowd – MB3029

Simon Austin – Actor/Director/Producer/Singer

This session will help you gain a clear understanding on how your professional portfolio can make you “Stand out in the crowd.”

Simon Austin is a former student of the University of Cumbria. He graduated in 2011 with a BA hons in Musical Theatre and Technical Theatre. After graduating Simon completed a course at the prestigious London School of Musical Theatre. Simon has been a professional performer since graduating and in 2013 opened his own business, NuImage Showreels, providing outstanding promotional material and marketing resources to help you “Stand out in the crowd”

 

Team Dynamics – MB1033

UoC Student Enterprise Team

Thinking about building your own team or developing your team? Come along to this taster session to learn the characteristics of a high performing team in this interactive workshop.

 

Wednesday 15 February 2017 – 12pm to 1pm

Personal Branding – MB3029

Anna Robinson – Careers and Employability Service

“Your Brand is what people say about you when you are not in the room” – Jeff Bezos (founder of Amazon). In this session find out how you can develop your personal brand, allowing you to clearly communicate what you can offer to future clients and employers.  

Your Careers and Employability Service is here to help you make the most of the opportunities available to you before and after graduating. We offer support with: finding a graduate job, CV and application feedback, interview preparation, information about employability events and current vacancies.

Find out more about your Careers and Employability Service here.

To access support contact careers@cumbria.ac.uk

 

Crowdfunding – MB1033

Sarah Burrough – Marketer and Professional Crowdfunder

The Crowdfunding overview will address: What is Crowdfunding, how to put together a project and running a campaign.

Crowdfunding: the ‘what is?’ and ‘how to’ raise funding for your project. Laden with tangible examples and advice from someone who has raised nearly £2 million for other projects. This interactive talk will address how to use crowdfunding to help realise your project but to use it as a networking tool and extension of a CV.

 

Stanwix Theatre Events – Thursday 16 February:

5.00pm    Much Ado About Nothing

7.00pm    The Comedy of Errors

8.00pm    As You Like It

 

Vallum Gallery Exhibition – ‘End of the Season’ by Stephen Clarke 

Our current exhibition at The Vallum Gallery, ‘End of the Season’, is open from 30 January 2017 to 26 February 2017 and celebrates the art form of photography, with a show of the work of professional photographer Stephen Clarke. Stephen’s work is on a national tour, coming to us from various venues in the North West. 

 

Employers and Industry Professionals

Interested in exhibiting at the careers fair, attending the networking event or advertising vacancies? Want to share your industry knowledge and experience with our students? Contact Kathryn Jones – kathryn.jones@cumbria.ac.uk

Friday’s Featured Vacancy: NCS Opportunities

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If you would like to work with young people to help them undertake the National Citizen Service scheme, we have a couple of opportunities for you: 

Inspira

Inspira are the leading Organisation delivering Personal Development and Career Management for Young People and Adults in the North West.

Salary:           £750 – £1250 + food and accommodation

Location:       Cumbria and Lancashire

Could you lead, inspire and mentor a small group of 15-17 year olds through a life-changing experience? We are recruiting a large number of seasonal summer staff for our Summer NCS programme – a groundbreaking, action-packed, personal development programme enabling young people to challenge their limits, develop new skills and discover the satisfaction of doing good in their own communities.

Our summer staff are the essential ingredient in our NCS recipe – they are the ones that elevate our programme out of the ordinary, ensuring that every member of their team of young people has an experience of a lifetime. If you are a confident, enthusiastic, motivated self-starter who enjoys working with young people, this is an opportunity not to be missed.

This isn’t just another job vacancy – this is a chance to go on a personal development journey of your own and have a hand in shaping the leaders of tomorrow.

Opportunities exist for Team Leaders and Team Assistant to work across North, South and West Cumbria and areas of Lancashire.  These roles are suitable for people who are available for paid work for varying periods of time during summer 2017 and who are looking for opportunities for training and development.  Various dates for work are available from 26th June 2017 onwards.

Working with groups of young people, both residentially and in the local community, you will be responsible for the pastoral care, behaviour management and support needs of your allocated group of young people.  You will facilitate and support activities whilst inspiring and assisting in the participants’ personal development through the residential and community focused elements of the NCS programme.

Closing date: please get your applications to us as soon as possible.  Selection centres will be held at various dates and locations during January, February and March 2017. 

This post is subject to an enhanced DBS Check.

For further details, and to apply, go to www.inspira.org.uk/jobs.

 

The Challenge

Earn money during the summer months with one of our 4,500 paid seasonal roles – work as little as three days or up to 3 months.

The Challenge is the UK’s leading charity for building a more integrated society and the largest provider of National Citizen Service (NCS). A single NCS The Challenge programme lasts three weeks and includes a range of physical activities and residential stays aimed at bringing young people from different backgrounds together, building their confidence, and challenging them to make a difference in their local community.

If you enjoy working with young people or are interested in gaining experience in project management, leadership and youth work, our seasonal roles can provide CV enhancing skills. We have roles to suit all backgrounds and experience levels and provide a stepping stone to full time positions in youth and community work, education or the third sector.

Browse our seasonal opportunities in:
• Youth and community leading and mentoring
• Inclusion and 1-2-1 support
• People and project management
• Drama, art, music, enterprise, film and photography skills facilitation

Find out more and apply: ncsthechallenge.org/jobs

 

 

 

Meet Michal Makarewicz, Directing Animator at Pixar Animation Studios

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Michal is coming to the University of Cumbria to host a 3D animation master class over the weekend of January 28 and 29 and a public lecture on Monday 30th January from 6-9pm.

We  caught up with him to find out what it’s like to work as an animator at Pixar!

 

Tell us a bit about who you are and your current job.

My name is Michal Makarewicz.  I am a Directing Animator at Pixar Animation Studios.
I’ve been working at Pixar for the last 14 years and currently helping animate a future feature at Pixar.

 

What is your education and career background?

I started my college career at UC Riverside studying Computer Science.  After realizing that computer science wouldn’t work for me, I transferred to the Academy of Art College in San Francisco.  There I finished my art degree, and started my professional career with an internship at Pixar Animation Studios.  I’ve been there ever since.

 

What made you want to get into your industry? And how did you do it?

My Mom was what got me into the industry.  I started college at UC Riverside studying computer science. My whole family has some sort of engineering or computer science background, so naturally it was thought that I would head down a similar path.  However, I quickly realized that computer science wasn’t for me.  I was really terrible at it, and did not like it at all!

Before UC Riverside, I initially expressed going to UCLA to work my way into making live action films, but had trouble getting that idea past my parents.  So after my mom realized computer science was not for me, she started looking around and found an art school.  My mom thought of it as a compromise because it had art for me, and computers for them.  I never thought about going to an art school, so I didn’t know what to expect.  I took a lot of different classes until I eventually stumbled across animation.  The animation class felt very natural and was pretty fun.  I always wanted to be in actor anyway, and this was like acting through lots of things;  cars, rats, people, etc.

The term “starving artist” was passed around a lot, and it was not helping my confidence; but I decided to put those thoughts behind me, and focus becoming the best animator that I possibly could.  Through extremely hard work and focus, I eventually made my way to Pixar!  It was lots of hours, perseverance, sacrifice and love for what I was doing – and it was totally worth it.

 

Can you describe a typical day in your role?

They differ greatly if I am a lead or an animator on the show.  As an animator I typically get in at 8:30 so that I could get coffee before dailies.  Dailies lasts for about an hour, and I really enjoy going to get inspired by all the work.

Then I get to my desk and work until lunch.  After lunch, I get back to my desk to work for another 3 hours and then go to the gym.  Usually after the gym I stay for another 2 hours and then head home.  Intermittently during the day I visit friends and take breaks.

 

What part of your job do you enjoy the most?

Collaborating with amazing artists.

 

What is the most challenging part of your job?

As an animator, I think it’s to achieve a performance past certain expectations.  There are all these amazing talented artists I work with that have very good eyes for the work.  I am always trying to create something that is above their already high expectations.

As a lead, creating an environment that allows for an animator to have fun, and grow as an artist during the production.

 

What advice would you give to a student or graduate hoping for a career in your industry?

This isn’t easy, but it’s worth it.  It’s an extreme amount of fun mixed in with an extreme amount of hard work.

It’s good to understand what your final goal is, so you can cater your demo reel to it.

Take your time.  Be careful not to overwhelm yourself.  I sometimes see students tackling a bouncing ball, and then within the same semester starting to do acting shots and a walk cycle.  I think this is too much.  Learn the basics extremely well, before moving on.  Everything is based on those fundamentals.

 

What should students expect from your upcoming Animation Demo and Lecture Masterclass at the University of Cumbria?

Hopefully, a lot of information packed within a unique fun perspective!   This class is a compressed peek into everything I have learned for the last 14 years at  Pixar.  The lectures I give allow us to learn by breaking down the subject matter.  And the LIVE demos I give allow us to learn by starting from scratch and building upon it.  I have always been a fan of watching someone work and actually do the job in front of you!   I think you can learn a tremendous amount from that.

My layered workflow is also a different approach to animation.  It’s an opposite idea to the Pose-to-Pose work method.  Hopefully this shows students and professionals that there are multiple ways to work.

Tickets are now available for the Masterclass here: https://makarewicz-masterclass.eventbrite.co.uk/


Tickets for the public lecture on Monday 30th January from 6-9pm are available here: https://makarewicz-lecture.eventbrite.co.uk/

 

Check out Michal’s showreel, which features favourites such as Up, The Incredibles and Toy Story 3, here: https://vimeo.com/168857358

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