RE:ANIMA is an International two-year master program in Animation Film, as a colloboration between LUCA campus C-mine Genk (Belgium), Aalto University (Finland) and Lusófona University (Portugal). RE:ANIMA explores all fields of animation, from fiction narrative to documentary and experimental uses of animation in expanded fields.
The program has an original mobility scheme that takes the students on an educational and creative journey from Belgium, where they will explore the foundations of narrative animation filmmaking, to Finland, where they will strengthen their technical and artistic animation skills and experiment with the craft, to Portugal, where they will use the tools of animation to depict and reflect upon reality, using the processes of animation as a form of documenting the world and act upon it.
Throughout the four semesters the students will acquire differentiated competences, explore diverse methods and approaches, while at the same time working on their graduation animation projects. These projects can take the form of fiction, documentary or experimental animation of a various nature that combine techniques and multidisciplinary approaches.
LUCA School of Arts is the only university college in Flanders exclusively dedicated to art and design. The art school combines the strengths and expertise of five renowned Flemish higher education institutions for art and design, spread across Brussels, Genk, Ghent and Leuven. Most of the programmes are taught in Dutch, but LUCA offers four full-English MA programmes on its campuses in Brussels and Leuven.
At LUCA, Re:Anima students have access to a rich campus life and a complete set of labs and equipment to develop their artistic projects. More information can be found on a virtual tour through LUCA’s campi and the official page of Animation film C-mine Genk.
Along with an exclusive Re:Anima classroom equipped with 20 PCs and Wacom Cintiq 22” displays, the current animation facilities available include:
In addition, students also have the possibility of using spaces and facilities from other departments, such as: