This is a special message from one of our members in the Washington DC/Baltimore area, who is looking to reestablish a chapter of ASIFA. Please see below and contact Brian Mah if you are interested.
Dear all ASIFA-East members,
Do you live in the Washington DC/Baltimore area? Are you a member of
ASIFA-East and can’t make it to New York? Do you love to make, watch,
draw, write, and talk about animation? Then we need people like you.
ASIFA-Washington has been dormant for many years and need members who
would like to help re-establish ASIFA-Washington. We are looking for
active members of ASIFA-East to work with area organizations to help
increase the awareness of animation.
Washington DC and Baltimore have a treasure trove of animation
appreciation. DC is home to many museums (Smithsonian Institutions),
historic cinematic theaters (AFI: Silver Spring), and historic sites
(Washington Monument). Baltimore has a strong history of independent
artists and festivals. One such festival is the Festival of Lights in
the spring 2016.
I have been in the animation and film industry since 1999. I am a
graduate of the School of Visual Arts in NYC. I am currently working
as a freelance pre/post production and graphic designer (Mah
Productions) in the DC area.
If you are interested in volunteering at ASIFA-Washington, I can be
contacted at ranmah@mahproductions. Many thanks for your assistance.
Brian S. Mah