BY Rose Barrett A previous
trainee of Coláiste Dhúlaigh will certainly see his work ‘Jagged James’ evaluated at the respected Annecy International Computer animation Celebration in France later this month.
Coláiste Dhúlaigh University of More Education And Learning (CDCFE) partners with the University of Wolverhampton in the UK which provides a selection of Wolverhampton Institution of Art and also College of Doing Arts level training courses at the Dublin based facilitator which has four education and learning centres: Raheny, Coolock, Malahide as well as Kilbarrack.
Christian Stewart (23) that hails from Donnycarney, has studied for a level in Computer animation via the Transitional Education Partnership and also finished in 2015.
The Annecy International Computer Animation Festival is the most significant event in the annual animation schedule, drawing in skill from around the world, as well as runs from June 14-19 following.
Greater than 2,700 films were submitted from practically 100 countries with Christian’s among the final selection to be evaluated.
Kevin White, Aide Principal, CDCFE stated:” We are very happy with Christian; this is a major success to obtain his animation ‘Jagged James’ shortlisted at the Annecy International Film Event.”
He continued; “The relationship with the College of Wolverhampton has been continuous considering that 1994. More than 700 pupils have profited given that as well as the courses have made a positive influence on all of their lives and also future professions.”
Dr Debbie Gilliland, Head of Transnational Education And Learning in the Global Opportunities Workplace at Wolverhampton University, claimed:
“Our longstanding partnership with Coláiste Dhúlaigh began with pupils travelling to the University of Wolverhampton as well as it continues to develop, despite the obstacles produced by the pandemic.
“We are happy to be able to commemorate the global acknowledgment, and also success, achieved by one of our worldwide grads. Well done, Christian.”
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