Have you always wanted to make your own stop-motion animation? Well, for the month of April HIVE is partnering with Austin School of Film to help make your dreams come true!
In this workshop students will work in pairs to make short stop-motion films using paper and clay on a 2D surface. We will learn about fundamental animation concepts (like "squash & stretch"). The class will use Hue Animation Studio camera kits-- these are simple web cams that hook directly into the computer so you can see what you are making as you go. Students also have the option of bringing their own cameras and tripods.
No previous animation experience required. Please bring a USB stick to save your work.
$30 for this three part series, 4/6, 13, 20. Plus a film screening to share your work with your family and friends!
Purchase your tickets HERE!
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About the Instructor:
Jeanne Stern is an animator, artist and filmmaker based in Austin, Texas. Her work has screened at a variety of festivals and galleries around the globe including: PBS, The Smithsonian, South by Southwest, the Student Academy Awards, and Heather Henson's traveling Puppet Film Festival. She holds an MFA in Film from the University of Texas and a BA in Studio Art from Connecticut College. She is currently an adjunct professor at St. Edward's University and an instructor at the Austin School of Film. She has been teaching both youth and adults for the past 10+ years including teaching for the University of Texas in Portugal. For fun she enjoys playing the 12-bass piano accordion, bicycling, and making things out of paper.