Stop Motion Workshop with Lee D’Angelo and Julia Dickens

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Full Info

SATURDAY, June 8th, 2013

Please RSVP [email protected] to reserve your spot

Artist Involved: Lee D’Angelo and Julia Dickens

Poster by: Caitlyn Murphy

This work shop is an introductory course and is designed for people with minimal or no previous experience with stop motion. The goal is to familiarize students with industry standard programs like Dragon Frame while also being taught the basics of storyboarding, proper timing techniques, set & character development. This workshop also aims to demonstrate how stop motion can be executed on a low budget, by using creative solutions and recyclable materials. Julia Dickens and Lee D’Angelo will be showing short clips of their work and of artist that have influenced their work like Alison Schulnik, Will Vinton and Bruce Bickford.
Students aren’t expected to bring any materials with them but can if they would like to! Workshop is free but please RSVP to [email protected] to reserve your spot.
Materials provided by the workshop coordinators
– one computer equipped with dragon frame
– Digital camera
– green screen
– clay and craft material
About the artists:
Lee D’Angelo is a visual artist, storyteller and good listener. Exploring the world of claymation, her work aims to capture the spontaneous narratives that comprise our disparate realities. Dabbling in many fields Sarah D’Angelo is currently studying Illustration at OCADU, working as an assistant event co-ordinator at XPACE Cultural Centre and founder of her own artist run studio space. She is looking forward to meeting all of you.
Julia Dickens is a Toronto-based artist and animator, currently completing her Bachelor of Design in Illustration at OCADu, with a minor in Painting and Drawing. Julia worked for over 2 years at the National Film Board Mediatheque, teaching and programming stop motion animation workshops to children of all age groups. Julia’s artistic practice involves drawing, painting, and the creation of printed zines and artist multiples. Julia is an intern at XPACE Cultural Centre and is currently in the process of making a short clay animation film with Sarah D’Angelo.