The Society for Animation Studies (SAS) is an international organization dedicated to the study of animation history and theory. It was founded by Dr. Harvey Deneroff in 1987. Each year, the SAS holds an annual conference at locations throughout the world, where members present their recent research. For more information, contact SAS President Dr. Nichola Dobson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Benefits to members include:
- Annual conferences.
The 27th SAS conference will be held at Canterbury Christ Church University from 13-16 July 2015. The conference website is available at http://www.sasbeyondtheframe.com.
- Publication of peer-reviewed conference proceedings in the Society's online journal, Animation Studies (ISSN 1930-1928).
- Publication of blog posts on the Society's blog, animationstudies 2.0
- Listing in the "SAS Animation Experts" directory.
- The SAS Newsletter (ISSN 1930-191X), an internal news publication.
- Members-only email discussion list.
- Access to the members-only section of this website.
- Discounts to festivals and other events with participating organizations.
- Discounts to journal subscriptions with participating publishers.
Currently the SAS counts more than 220 members from all over the world. To join our worldwide community of animation scholars and practitioners, please follow this link to the Membership section of this website.
The SAS is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.