Animation

Animation

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Students will learn traditional animation techniques in this workshop.  Working on group projects and individual projects students will learn the basics of hand-drawn animation, stop-motion animation, roto-scoping and time-lapse footage.  Students will have a chance to create a final work of their choice.   Students will develop foundation animation skills and apply those techniques to digital and post-production processes.  This is an exciting workshop where drawings and sculptures come to life and ideas move through the fourth dimension.  Working in a group will support your ideas and get meaningful feedback from your peers to inspire and guide your animation work.

 

animation teacher - miranda dean
 
Faculty: Laura Gordon

Laura graduated with a B.S. in Photographic Sciences from the Rochester Institute of Technology in 2017. She currently resides in South Florida and teaches at A.W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts as an Artist in Residence in Digital Art and Filmmaking. In her free time, Laura makes mixed media work with her scientific imagery, printmaking, and collage. This is Laura's third year at the Summer Programs, having previously attended as a student in 2011 and as an Apprentice Teacher in 2016.

 

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