Wir freuen uns auch in diesem Jahr wieder Partner des SAS-Symposiums im Rahmen des internationalen Trickfilm Festivals Stuttgart zu sein. Weitere Infos zur Veranstaltung sind zu finden unter www.itfs.de/branche/symposium und im untenstehenden Call for Papers.
Symposium “Color in Animation, Comics and Literature”
Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film /Literaturhaus Stuttgart | Wednesday, May 6, 2015
An academic symposium at the Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film 2015 in collaboration with the Society of Animation Studies, the School of Art, Design and Media at Nanyang Technological University Singapore, the Institute of Media Studies at Eberhard Karls University Tübingen, the AG Animation and the Literaturhaus Stuttgart.
The symposium is aiming to be highly interdisciplinary and international in nature, bringing together scholars, students, academics and artists from diverse fields of research and professional practice.
Call for papers:
This one-day symposium welcomes papers, which negotiate the role and use of color in the fields of literature, illustration, graphic storytelling and animation.
The symposium invites abstracts for 20-minute presentations and welcomes proposals on all aspects of color in book illustration, comics (graphic novels) and animation/film in general.
Proposals, which relate to the symposium topics in the wider sense will be preferred.
Topics can include, but are not limited to:
- Color and visual storytelling
- Color as a dramatic tool in animation and comics
- Use of color in book illustrations
- The role of color in adaptations for comics and/or animation/film
- Socio-cultural context of color in illustration, animation and comics
- Techniques of coloring in comics and animation
- Comparative studies of digital coloring versus traditional methods
Please e-mail abstracts of 250 words maximum (excluding title) to the attention of the conference review committee at:
Abstracts should include your name, affiliation, e-mail address, and the title of your proposed paper. Please do also provide a short CV, with a maximum of 300 words as a separate document.
The deadline for submissions is Monday, March 9, 2015. Authors of accepted papers will be notified in the last week of March.
The call is open to all interested scholars, researchers and practitioners.
Accepted speakers as well as visitors of the symposium will need to get an accreditation for professionals at the Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film 2015.This will allow full access to the symposium as well as to the complete program of Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film for a very moderate fee. Details will follow closer to the conference date.