Kids’ Animation, Introduction – Term 4
Kids’ Animation is a great way for children to use their ‘screen time’ more productively: merging art and digital technology to develop their creative skills. Through the inspiring world of stop-motion animation, a filmmaking technique used by well-known studios including Aardman (Wallace & Gromit, Shaun the Sheep and Timmy Time), kids will bring 2D characters to life!
These after-school workshops are suitable for beginners.
WHEN: Wednesdays, 17 October – 5 December, 4:30pm – 6pm
VENUE: FCAC Digital Hub
COST: $170 (8 session)
About FCAC Tutor: Christie Widiarto
Christie Widiarto is a freelance artist and animator based in Melbourne. Her work has focused on storytelling through the exploration of the themes of cultural identity, family and nature. Her work involves experimenting with combining traditional art techniques and digital technology. She also enjoys collaborating with other artists to create engaging multimedia content. Two years ago, she started working in community arts with various youth groups and found that she loved it. She has continued to work with communities to this day. Her experience with communities has been primarily through animation workshops incorporating photography, video and new media.
Presented as part of our Arts Learning program.
1- Image by Snehargho Ghosh.