The launch night of Digitalis Commissions, a screening of a selection of films from the Animate OPEN: Digitalis and a panel event.
Apichatpong Weerasethakul's Primitive installation in exhibition in Thailand.
The first event from the newly formed Animation Alliance UK will be a panel, Animation Alliance: what do we want? It is a free industry event hosted as part of Animated Encounters and Encounters Film Festival 2011.
A solo exhibition of new work from London-based comic art project Let Me Feel Your Finger First, in association with Animate Projects.
Maisterravalbuena Gallery in Madrid is currently presenting a solo exhibition of Hiraki Sawa's multimedia work.
The Art of Gaming films screen as part of GameCity6 in Nottingham.
Gary Thomas, Director of Animate Projects will be on the panel for special event Animation: the future of film held Saturday 15 October at Salisbury Art Centre.
Phantoms of Nabua by Apichatpong Weerasethakul in exhibition as part of the OK Video Flesh festival.
Six week evening course on animation and artists’ moving image, led by Adam Pugh, held at LUX in London.
Phantoms of Nabua will be showing in a group show at Kunstverein Medienturm, Graz.
did i? by Hiraki Sawa will be in exhibition at Whitworth Art Gallery, along with a screening of four Animate films.
Engine Angelic screening as part of the Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art, 2011.
did i? and four animations from the Animate Collection at art:gwangju:11.
A special event hosted by Animate Projects at the Barbican offering an overview of experimental animation.
Past and present Animate Projects artists screening at WOMAD Festival 2011 in the programme Giving Soul: Animations in a Sea Container.
Four animated films from Animate Projects archive will be screened as part of Painting in Hospitals Summer Show.
A Letter to Uncle Boonmee will be screening at Czech Film Club in Prague.
A Letter to Uncle Boonmee will be screened as part of a retrospective of Apichatpong Weerasethakul's work.
The Animate Retrospective programme will be screening in Slovakia as part of Fest Anca.
For Cultural Purposes Only has been selected to compete in competition at Kaliber35, Munich
MUAC present Phantoms of Nabua in the exhibition Between Utopia and Dystopia.
Hiraki Sawa's did i? in exhibition at artclub 1563.
Animate Retrospective at MIAF
did i? by Hiraki Sawa at Duke of York's Picturehouse as part of Brighton Japan Festival.
Director of Animate Projects, Gary Thomas will talking in a seminar focused on animation and the work of artist Robert Breer.
Apichatpong Weerasethakul's Phantoms of Nabua in exhibition at Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai.
AnimateTV touring programme Marking Time screens at Vienna Independent Shorts Film Festival.
Weerasethakul's Primitive has its American debut at New Museum, New York.
A programme of animated films that explores the relationship between the act of making and the act of making things move.
The Animate Retrospective screens in Slovenia, as part of the Animateka monthly film series.
The Primitive project features at this year's CHP:PIX festival in Denmark.
Screening of Make It New John, with Duncan Campbell in conversation with Anna Douglas.
Phantoms of Nabua features in the 29th Bienal de São Paulo - Selected Works in Bahia, Brazil.
Weerasethakul's Phantoms of Nabua is presented in the Electric Nights exhibition at Laboral, Gijón.
Weerasethakul's Primitive installation is exhibited at MUAC, Mexico City.
A Letter is exhibited as part of the Adelaide Film Festival 2011 programme.
Late night screening of some of the more adult offerings from the Animate archive.
The premiere exhibition of a new work by Hiraki Sawa in New York.
Solo exhibition of Edwina Ashton's work featuring a new animated film commission.
Ben Rivers new work exhibited at Matt's Gallery, London.
Phantoms of Nabua features in the 29th Bienal de São Paulo - Selected Works in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
A screening of four films by Ben Rivers, followed by an 'in conversation' with artist filmmaker Andrew Kötting.
Exhibition of work by Inger Lise Hansen, Simon Faithfull and Tal Rosner at Spacex, Exeter.