Sat, Nov 05|
Kids will explore the history, technique, and practice of handmade animation.
Time & Location
Nov 05, 2022, 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM
ELM Foundation, 191 N 14th St, Brooklyn, NY 11249, USA
About the Event
This Saturday, November 5th, is your chance to step inside a lifesize stop motion animation.
Our ELM students will join exhibiting artist, Ben Hagari to explore the history, technique, and practice of handmade animation. Using studio materials lighting and image capture applications, students will bring inanimate objects to life, frame by frame.
In conjunction with The Boiler exhibition “I, Pencil”, participants will create short stop-motion animations for a dancing pencil and turn themselves into a living puppet.
Kids drop off available.
Snacks provided (please advise us of any food allergies)
Introducing Steam Works!
Our ongoing Art Education program “Steam Works” combines The Boiler and ELM Foundation programming, and exemplifies our “Arts Community Empowering Community Arts” endeavor by providing students the opportunity to learn directly from each exhibiting artist. We hope to inspire the next generation of artists and creatives through free workshops and classes that focus on the specialty, media, or discipline of the current Boiler Artist’s works. With each unique experience, we strive to promote the transformative power of art.