3-hour Stop motion Workshop: The workshop is an introduction to the fundamentals of animation through the use of found objects and paper cut-out technique.
Participants will learn key animation principles as well as tips and tricks of the trade, using simple, free software available on any tablet or smartphone. At the end of the session, each student will have a completed movie of their project to upload to an online file-sharing app.
Suitable for those new to the form as well as experienced young animators. Participants will spend roughly 1.5 hours per session in synchronous, real-time instruction and participation, with roughly 1.5 hours offline to work on their animation. The instructor will be available online for the entire three hours, booking individual “check-ins” to see how the work is progressing and to help with troubleshooting.
About the Instructor: Jody Kramer is an award-winning animator whose films have been screened at festivals worldwide. She has worked on films with the National Film Board of Canada as well as independent pieces with prominent Canadian directors. She currently teaches stop-motion animation with the Continuing Studies department at the Emily Carr University, and is finishing up a short, independent, and not very pretty animation about rats.
Suitable for or children 9 years and older.
For this online workshop, you will need a phone or tablet.
To register for this free workshop, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please indicate in your email if the registration is for Monday, March 22 or Monday, March 29.
The workshop will take place online on Zoom.