Terry’s Picks: Women in Animation, Win Prizes, Sunday Morning

Women in Animation: I’m thrilled to hear Women in Animation will be working with IATSE 839 (the animation guild) on the 50-50 by 2025 initiative, which aims to see an equal split of jobs for men and women on animation productions by 2025. NYWIFT looks forward to partnering with WIA’s New York chapter at next Monday’s NYWIFT Night Out mixer!

Win Prizes: You can buy Muse Awards raffle tickets online through 11:59 PM EST tonight – and you don’t have to be at Thursday’s event to win! We’re offering vacation packages, designer gift cards, swag from our friends at AMC Networks and more.

Sunday Morning: Thanks to CBS Sunday Morning for featuring the Muse Awards on their weekly calendar. We’re so glad contributor Nancy Giles will emcee again this year!



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