Young & Animated Saturday Club – January & February
5 Week Course
Sat 06 Jan 2024 - Sat 30 Mar 2024
5 Week Course | Age 8-13
10am - 1pm
Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.
Saturdays: 10am – 1pm
This popular Saturday morning group for 8-13 year olds provides fun and detailed exploration of both digital and stop motion animation. Get messy making your own plasticine character and bring them to life using stop animation techniques. Then you will have the chance to add your very own sound effects!
This course is run by highly-trained animators and filmmakers. Our tutors recognise the importance of attending to individual needs, meaning the group is suitable for those experienced in animation and those curious to make a start. Over the fiver-week period there will be opportunity for plenty of development and experimentation, as well as time for each participant to complete a personal project.
HOW DO I JOIN?
Interested in joining Young & Animated? Our Young & Animated courses run for five weeks on Saturdays during term-time. Book online or call our box office team on 01392 667080 to book.
We offer a range of film production courses covering scriptwriting, cinematography, sound, editing and visual effects, please do take a look at the full programme of courses available.
Places are limited and pre-booking is required
Ashley’s short animated horrors Scarycrow, The Screaming Skull and The Hairy Hands have been screened across the world, winning numerous international awards, and he recently released his feature film Borley Rectory to rave reviews. Ashley uses a wide array of animation techniques including rotoscoping, After Effects and stop motion and encourages those he teaches to experiment and rejoice in the form. He has also provided animated sequences for BBC Manchester and Derren Brown’s Trick of the Mind for Channel 4.
Graham has had over 16 years experience working in the 2D children’s Television animation industry and has worked on a number of shows made by Honeycomb Animation and King Rollo Films including Grizzly Tales for Gruesome Kids, Binka, Poppy Cat, Funky Valley and Funky Town. Both Funky shows where animated in a digital cut-out style.