Joel Orloff

Critic FAV

Joel Orloff lives in Providence. He has led animation teams for a number of documentary projects, including Oren Rudavsky’s film Witness Theater, the American Masters series Unladylike2020 and, most recently, Joseph Dorman’s film Don Quixote in Newark. He co-created the short film When Planets Mate. His personal work has been displayed at The Wurks in Providence and is currently on extended loan at the Newport Art Museum. He is a recipient of an artist development grant from the Brown Arts Institute and is a member of their 2021 cohort.

Courses

Fall 2024 Courses

ILLUS 3960-01 - ANIMATION PRACTICES
Level Undergraduate
Unit Film/Animation/Video; Illustration
Subject Illustration
Period Fall 2024
Credits 3
Format Studio
Mode In-Person
Start date
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ILLUS 3960-01

ANIMATION PRACTICES

Level Undergraduate
Unit Film/Animation/Video; Illustration
Subject Illustration
Period Fall 2024
Credits 3
Format Studio
Mode In-Person
Start and End 2024-09-04 to 2024-12-11
Times: F | 1:10 PM - 6:10 PM Instructor(s): Joel Orloff Location(s): Auditorium, Room 502; Auditorium, Room 422 Enrolled / Capacity: 15 Status: Closed

SECTION DESCRIPTION

In this course students explore the fundamentals of animated movement, timing, and materials through various animation techniques, including working directly on film, drawing on paper, pixilation, cut-out animation, and modified-base processes. Over the course of the semester, students will create six short animations and a wide range of animated films will be studied to augment the student's understanding of the field.

Please contact fav@risd.edu for permission to register. Preference is given to FAV and Illustration Students.


Elective