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The Made in New York Animation Project Showcase

Wednesday, May 31, 2023 11:30 am

Event hosted by: The Animation Project

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On May 31, 2023 at 11:30am, TAP is showcasing participants’ work to the wider community at the iconic SVA theatre in Manhattan. With a focus on amplifying representation in the industry, this event aims to celebrate, showcase, and connect TAP participants to the larger creative community. This event makes space for participants to hear from critical voices in the animation and related fields, and see work coming from the stories and identities in the community.

Industry professionals who represent the diverse identities of our participants and audience are invited to share their journeys, providing insights on their experience while working in the animation industry and related creative fields.

The event will also include speakers from the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment, The New York City Department of Probation, TAP’s Industry Council and program graduates. A showcase of work created in our training programs, community-based and school groups will be featured as well.

* Please make sure you have selected the correct ticket type (General Admission / Past or Current Participant)

* TAP Participants MUST completely fill out all registration questions in order to be incentivized. Please be sure your correct FULL name and FULL mailing address are provided.


The Made in NY Animation Project is a program of the NYC Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment in partnership with the Neighborhood Opportunity Network (NeON) and The Animation Project (TAP).

The Animation Project (TAP) is a non-profit therapeutic workforce development program unlocking the professional and creative door for NYC young people with drive and nascent animation talent. TAP develops New York City youth for the local animation industry through software training and prepares them with personal and professional development.

This event is free and open to the public.

**Masks are encouraged, but not required**