05 Sep 2018
Savannah College of Art and Design Student Creates PSYDEH’s First Animated Lesson
In the fall of 2018, PSYDEH collaborates with the American art student Olivia Taylor (in avitar form to the left), a 3rd-year student at the Savannah College of Art and Design majoring in animation.
Our win-win project? Invite Olivia to apply the animation and story-boarding tools she learns at SCAD while producing PSYDEH’s first animated lesson on our scalable program in action.
In the one-minute video below, Olivia shares her thoughts about why she commits to PYSDEH and indigenous women partners building lasting communities of change in Mexico (video in English).
Who We Are: Behind the animation, a few words by American artist Olivia KT | PSYDEH
Tercer foro de investigación estudiantil indígena "reunión de la comunidad académica".
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