It's that time again! Time for Yule Log 2.0!
Join us again this year, on the stoop and in the cafe area of BRIC House, for a screening of Yule Log 2.016 on December 19 from 1-6pm!
Your favorite digital holiday tradition is back! Now in its 4th year, Yule Log 2.0 is a collection of 50 short films created by various animation artists that are bringing the Yule Log tradition into the digital age. The original Yule Log was a gift to the residents of New York. Version 2.0 is the animation community’s gift to the internet. It’s also a chance to make a difference raising funds to support Camp Interactive in the Bronx, NY - a place where kids can learn to code (and canoe). With Yule Log 2.016, enjoy burning brand new wildly-surprising, festive-inducing, merriment-making, cheer-bringing Yule Logs.
Yule Log 2.0 was started in 2013 by Daniel Savage. Partnering with digital agency Wondersauce, they created a web experience allowing users to play all logs on an endless loop. This year, a jury made up of Jorge R. Canedo, Justin Cone, and Michelle Higa Fox selected 50 unique participants from the nearly 1000 applications submitted.
Albert Omoss, Alessandro Novelli, Alex Mapar, And/Or, Andreas Bjoern Hansen, Andy Kennedy, Animade, Aran Quinn, Art&Graft, Bee Grandinetti, Bill Richards, Björn Johansson & Philip Engström & Neil Verhavert, Chris Anderson, Chris Phillips, Connie Van & Jack Maschka, Daniel Savage, Dark Igloo, Dylan Carter & Erich Reimers, Ege Soyuer & Moree Wu, Emilie Muszczak, Erin Kilkenny, Evan Anthony, Gentleman Scholar, Gunner, Hayley Morris & Mary Jo Cahilly-Bretzin & Randy Bretzin, Henrique Barone, Jay Quercia & Kavan Magsoodi & Stan Cameron, Joe Ball & Claire Kang & Denny Khurniawan, Jorge R. Canedo Estrada & Claudio Salas, Josh Parker, Juan Behrens, Karina Posborg, Kouhei Nakama, Kris Merc & Dennis Moran & Tyler Dibiasio, Lou Papa, Matt Smithson, Megan Pelto, Mercy Lomelin & David Szmit & Chris Solada, Min Liu, Nicolas Girard, Oddfellows, Ori Toor, Parallel Teeth, Pedro Piccinini, Phil Borst, Rafael Mayani & Conor Whelan, Sean McClintock, Simon Appel & Xoana Herrera, Slanted Studios, Stephanie Swart, Tom Bunker, Veronyka Jelinek & Tim Garbos, Wednesday, yelldesign
The Stoop at BRIC House is a public cultural gathering space featuring free, drop-in programming, and offering a place to sit, observe, and participate in multi-disciplinary work.