2016 Educational Animation Festival | WVIA

2016 Educational Animation Festival

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Create an animated movie that teaches a math, science or social studies fact or concept and you could win a Box of Light animation workshop!

Check out all of the submissions so far here!

WVIA is partnering with Box of Light to present the first Educational Animation Festival. Create your own stop-motion animated movie and it can be featured online, along with a grand prize of a Box of Light animation workshop. The contest is open for students in 2nd through 12th grade. Deadline for entries is March 25th, 2016. Deadline extended to May 15th, 2016. For full rules, details, examples and submission documents, visit the festival website. Good luck!

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