Animation Workshop 3: Karagöz-Hacivat & Hoca Nasreddin
Dates: Saturdays 18th April, 25th April, 9th May and 16th May
Times: 2 pm – 4:30 pm
During this 4-week course, students will prepare two different animations on Karagoz-Hacivat and Hoja Nasruddin.
Animation workshops are a fantastic way to engage, empower, educate and inspire people of all abilities to allow them to creatively express their ideas while learning many invaluable skills. In our workshops, where each session covers a different theme, you will explore the creative and technical aspects of animation, tell stories you have imagined, bring your characters to life, and make your own animations.
How does this workshop work?
We work closely with students demonstrating the different processes and supporting them in the realisation of their own ideas. During the workshops, students
– are introduced the basics of stop motion animation,
– experiment with several animation techniques via small exercises,
– design and model their characters based on the theme of the week using colourful plasticine or craft papers,
– create their own short animated film with a group.
Who is it for?
Diverse groups over 16 are all welcome! If students are new to animation, no problem! We have everything they need at the workshops to get them going. No drawing skills required!
What are the key take-aways from the workshop?
Over the workshops, students will learn all about
• creative thinking
• set designing
• model making
In addition to learning how to make an animation, our workshops offer:
• A rich opportunity for participants to practice their skills of critical thinking, problem solving and communication.
• A deeper understanding of the concept of motion in relation to the physical world.
• Sharing ideas, experiences and imagination by communicating information, thoughts and feelings visually.
• Developing good communication, teamwork, listening, storytelling, and planning skills as well as a great opportunity for confidence building.
• Sharing responsibilities and specific roles in creative processes.
• So much fun to see ideas on screen, as well as a huge amount of personal satisfaction and confidence as final animations will be edited and uploaded onto YouTube to watch anytime.
Yunus Emre Enstitüsü – London reserves the right to use any animations created in this workshop for promotional purposes
- Max Students10
- Duration10 hour
- Skill levelall