|2023||Petra Stipetić succeeds Dennis Stein-Schomburg as an artistic assistant.|
|2021||Kathrin Albers assumes her position as professor and teaches together with Prof. Martina Bramkamp.|
|2019||Thomas Meyer-Hermann leaves the art school.|
|2015||Dennis Stein-Schomburg becomes the new artistic assistant, succeeding Martin Schmidt.|
|2011||Franka Sachse assumes her position as a teacher for special tasks.|
|2010||Andreas Hykade leaves the art school.|
Martin Schmidt becomes the new artistic-scientific assistant, succeeding Philip Gutjahr. Kazimierz Bendkowski retires.
Prof. Martina Bramkamp succeeds Andreas Hykade.
|2005||Paul Driessen leaves the art school. Andreas Hykade (animated film director) teaches together with Thomas Meyer-Hermann.|
The student and professors are supported by the artistic-scientific assistants Kazimierz Bendkowski and Philip Gutjahr.
|2000||Paul Driessen shares the animated film professorship with Thomas Meyer-Hermann (director, producer, and founder of Studio FILM BILDER).|
|1999||With “Rendezvous” by Peter Lemken, the first computer-animated film in Kassel is created. It receives the Murnau Short Film Award.|
|1996||“The Quest” by Thomas Stellmach and Tyron Montgomery is awarded an Oscar for the best animated short film.|
|1989||Christoph and Wolfgang Lauenstein, students at the time, win an Oscar for the best animated short film with “Balance.”|
|1985||Jan Lenica leaves the art school. He is succeeded by Paul Driessen (Dutch animation filmmaker, previously a guest lecturer).|
|1979||Establishment of the animation class at the Kunsthochschule Kassel.|
Professor: Jan Lenica (Polish animation filmmaker and poster artist) Approximately 20 students work on animated films, mainly using stop-motion animation techniques.