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Saturday 3 March 2018|10am-4pm
Tutor: Martin Crowther | Canterbury campus | £42
Explore Canterbury’s special place in animation history - from the
Bayeux Tapestry, believed by many to have been made in the city - to the childhood delights of Rupert Bear, Bagpuss and the Clangers.
Find out how animators past and present have been inspired by the
city, its people, objects and stories, including the work of talented
animators working in East Kent today. Participants will investigate the development of animation techniques - from shadow puppets and magic lanterns to stop frame animation and CGI and learn how to create a simple animated strip cartoon to be viewed on a replica Victorian Zoetrope.
Suitable for all.
No animation experience necessary.
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