WHEN: July 9 – 13, 2012. Mon-Thurs: 9am-5pm, Fri: 9am-1pm
WHERE: Howell Nature Center 1005 Triangle Lake Rd, Howell, MI 48843
WHO: Art Teachers & Other Interested Adults
COST: Before May 15, 2012 - $575, After May 15, 2012 - $600
With Accommodations: Add $100
DOWNLOAD: ART IN MOTION 2012 BROCHURE PDF
DAFT's ART IN MOTION WORKSHOP 2012
Have you ever wanted to add a new dimension to your own art? Or sought to bring an exciting multi-disciplinary art form into your classroom? Art in Motion is a great workshop presented by Digital Arts Film & Television designed to provide an intensive hands-on experience in animation for classroom teachers and other interested adults. The instructors have many years of classroom and professional experience in animation and promise a week full of learning and fun.
University credit (3 hours) is offered through Central Michigan University for an additional fee paid to CMU.
This course will provide an opportunity to try a variety of different kinds of animation including cell, cut-outs, drawing under the camera, object animation, pixilation and claymation. Other aspects such as storyboarding, editing, adding sound, and (for teachers) classroom applications are included.
Award-winning Cinematographer with 60 film credits.
Video and Animation instructor at Wayne State University
B.S., Visual Arts, Northern Michigan University
M.S., Communications, The University of Michigan
- is an award-winning animator, musician and professional video producer. He is currently working on a TV sitcom being produced in Detroit.
- is an award-winning art teacher and arts advocate who has coordinated media workshops for students and teachers for 30 years.
WHEN & WHERE:
Art in Motion will meet July 9 - 13, 2012. Classes meet daily Monday through Thursday from 9am to 5pm and Friday until 1 pm at the beautiful Howell Nature Center, an educational facility between Lansing and Detroit.
The tuition for Art in Motion is $600, which includes most materials, lunch, and a compilation DVD of all work produced. University credit (3 hours) is offered through Central Michigan University for an additional fee paid to CMU. Accommodations are available for an additional $100, which includes breakfast and dinner.
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