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South Regional TAFE host Chinese digital animation students

South Regional TAFE lecturer Mike Dunn inspired the Chinese Digital Animation Masterclass by providing an insight into the creation of virtual reality videos assisted by interpreter Yan Lyu from the Bunbury-Jiaxing Business Office. Photo: Fran Jackson.South RegionalTAFE recently hosted a digital animation masterclass for a delegation of Chinese students, positioning the college as a world leader in the area of teaching digital animation skills.
Nanjing Night Net

The delegation of 10 Chinese students participated in a one-and-a-half day masterclass to learn about the latest developments in digital animation in Western Australia.

The college bid successfully for funding to run the course as part of the 30th anniversary celebrations of the sister state relationship between WAand theZhejiang province in China.

Sister State relationships aim to create and develop cultural and friendship links between overseas countries. These links can lead to developments in trade, business and cultural exchanges.

South RegionalTAFEmanaging director Duncan Anderson said the college was chosen to host the event after showcasing its abilities in digital media and animationand for its proven track record in nurturing creative industries.

“We were really pleased to host this event at our Margaret River education campus and welcome the Chinese students to the South West,” Mr Anderson said.

“It was a brilliant opportunity to demonstrate our digital animation skills training and encourage the students to further engage with WA’s creative industries.

“I would like to thank our experienced local lecturersincluding Mike Dunn and Fran Jacksonfor running the masterclass and the other staff involved in making this event possible.”

November 2017 will mark the 30th anniversary of the Sister State relationship between WA and China’s Zhejiang Province with the governments of both regionsworking together to create a program to celebrate the milestone and promote collaboration.

Australia’s creative industry is estimated to be worth $32.8 billionand China is continuing to show an interest in nurturing relationships between WA and Chinese animators and production companies.

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