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  • Writer's pictureCisa Jane Fowler

Community Management is key for an Animation Studio!

As a community manager for our animation and illustration studio, I am constantly inspired by the passion & creativity of peers & clients. It's a privilege to be able to connect with such a diverse & talented community of artists, animators, & enthusiasts.


At our studio, we are committed to producing high-quality content that not only entertains but also inspires and educates. We believe in the power of animation & illustration to communicate complex ideas and stories in a way that is accessible and engaging for diverse audiences.


As a community manager, my job is to foster a sense of community & belonging among our peers, audience & clients. This involves creating content that resonates with our audience, engaging with our followers on social media, and responding to their feedback and questions. We are incredibly fortunate to have a reach of more than 150,000 across all of our social channels.


One of the things that sets our studio apart is our commitment to diversity & inclusion. We believe that animation & illustration has the power to break down barriers & give a platform to under-represented voices. Our recent work with Diamond was a privilege as this completely aligned with this idea.


Another important part of my role as a community manager is to promote our studio's work & showcase the talents of our artists and animators. Whether we are releasing a new animated short or partnering with a brand on a new project, I work hard to ensure that our community is excited about the work we are doing.


Building a strong community isn't just about promoting our own work. It's also about supporting & celebrating the work of others in the industry. We love to share the work of our peers & fellow studios alike.


At the end of the day, the most rewarding part of my job as a community manager is seeing the impact that our studio's work has on our audience. Whether it's a child who is inspired to pursue a career in animation after watching one of our shorts, or an adult who feels heard by a character in one of our illustrations, we know that our work has the power to make a difference.


Thanks so much for reading!


Cisa & team


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