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Animation School Celebrates 21 Years

27 March

On Wednesday night in Ballyfermot College of Further Education, 21 years of past students reunited for a celebration of Ireland’s longest running third level course in animation. Presided over by Nadine O’Regan (Sunday Business Post) Joan Condron and Sarah Anne Murphy (BCFE), graduates were treated to a special recorded message by Don Bluth and Gary Goldman and speeches by course founder Jerome Morrissey and Tomm Moore (Cartoon Saloon).


I graduated the course in 1995 and it was great to see some of the old classmates including Derek Joyce and Gavin Whelan (Funcom) who flew in specially from Oslo.

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One Response to “Animation School Celebrates 21 Years”

  1. Leeann Hamilton March 30, 2009 at 2:54 pm #

    (Ha! Just dropped in here and saw this!)

    Yes, it was nice to see old classmates and teachers again. The Bluth and Goldman video was great, and the whole shebang was a nice way to meet people in the animation biz. 🙂 (Altough I came a bit TOO formally dressed… and I’d just graduated last November.)