NEW East London Feb 2017 Studio

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Ada College: Saturday 11th Feb – Saturday 18th Feb


3Dami is looking to recruit 18 students (we prioritise students from East London) to run two 3D animation studios and create every part of a 3D film in just 7 days. This 3Dami camp is open to students aged 14 to 22.

We have onsite experts in 3D animated films to help you create your very own Pixar style film.  3Dami works with industry mentors and world class 3D researchers to you all the help you need. We are looking for students that demonstrate enthusiasm and independent working by submitting a portfolio.



The event will run across 7 days during half-term, February 2017. Wednesday will be a day off for everyone! Most days start at 9am and finish at 5:00pm (some students choose to stay later). On the final day there will be a première of the films to parents, friends and other dignitaries. This event is likely to finish around 8:30pm.

Ada College – Saturday 11th Feb to Saturday 18th Feb 2017


Please see the Event page for more information on what happens in a typical 7 day 3Dami summer studio.


Ada, National College for Digital Skills,
Broad Lane
N15 4AG

It is about 200 meters from Tottenham Hale Station, which is served by the Victoria line and trains from London Liverpool Street and Stratford (London).

Red Team - Baby Rumble


We are open to beginners and pros, please register your interest (see top of page). After registering interest you have to submit a portfolio to complete your application – head over to the portfolio page for more details. We have multiple deadlines for application completion:

  • Wednesday January 5th 2017 – We select half the students at this deadline.
  • Wednesday February 2nd 2017 – We select the second half at this deadline.

If you submit to an early deadline and are not selected we will automatically consider you for later deadlines; further work for a portfolio can be submitted at any time up to the final deadline.

Portfolios are submitted by email ( We accept links to websites (e.g. YouTube, Vimeo, Google+, deviantART, p3d, sketchfab etc.), as well as attached images and videos in standard formats. If we have any problems with what you send us we will chase – we are very flexible as to what we will accept.

How Much?

Unlike many other tech camps, 3Dami does not charge students to attend.

We provide free food and full transport bursaries for everyone.

At the end of the day we aim to promote digital art amongst pre-university students and not make money, but if you do want to make a contribution we are looking at ways you can donate to the cause!

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