Free stop-motion animation workshop

20th September 2019, 9:50am | By Ros Griffiths |

Corsham Institute are running a stop-motion animation workshop as part of the StoryTown festival 2019 on Friday 18th October.  This is a fun and interactive event for young people age 6+ (most suitable for ages 6-12) and is free of charge.

Participants will begin with creating a storyboard to plan their space themed animation. Then, using smartphones, they will create and edit stop-motion versions of their stories.

There are a limited number of places available for the event. Please only book a space for the child attending. Parents/carers are welcome to attend but do not need to be booked on themselves.

Register on eventbrite

 

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