Climate Change – Stop Motion Animation
What do we think about when we hear the words climate change? Our planet is constantly changing along with everything on it. Could humans evolve to live in the ocean or grow wings to fly above it, or could fish live on land and cows learn to swim?
Using story boarding, set and character design and open source software, participants will create a short stop motion animation about what the future might look like as a result of natural and man made climate change.
Outline of workshop
Day 1 – Story Boarding
Day 2 – Making a scene/set
Day 3 – Making characters & props
Day 4 – Animating your story
Day 5 – Editing, adding sound and completing project
Suitable for 11-13 year olds, these five workshops will take place on ZOOM, 10:30am-11:30am over the course of a week. Further details and a list of required materials will be provided when you book. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Michelle McBride is a Visual Artist practising in County Kildare. Working in mixed media, Michelle makes art that incorporates photography, sculpture and painting exploring ideas of materiality and conflict. Michelle has facilitated numerous workshops with young people, she is also a co-organiser of the Kildare Yarn Bomb and is a founding member of Kildare Art Collective.