Film and Animation summer camp for kids…

Sean Corcoran of The Art Hand was recently commissioned to facilitate a Film and Animation summer camp for kids at the Gealach Gorm Theatre in the Kill Community Centre. The practical activities throughout the week included flip book animation, a storyboard workshop, chalk animation, time-lapse and stop-motion.

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We also conceived, wrote, rehearsed, shot and edited a live action movie called Villains and Heroes which we premiered at the end of the week to friends and family of the cast and crew. We turned the theatre into a pop up cinema for the week and screened Wallace and Gromit, early Mickey Mouse movies and a series of Miners Movies made by Sean and Angela Mulcahy.

Everyone got to try out the equipment and there was plenty of opportunity for brainstorming and discussion and we looked at lots of new film creation software and apps. A lovely bunch of kids from 7 to 12 years of age who worked excellently together and achieved some great results.

Here’s 5 of the films that were made during the Film and Animation Summer Camp…

EXPRESSIONS…Animated People Workshop; https://youtu.be/2oVlcdUi5jU

Chalk Animation; https://youtu.be/AoMHcLau0Tk

Monster Mash Remix! (Kids stop-motion short film); https://youtu.be/xBtNeveXM_A

She’s Alright! (Kids stop-motion short film); https://youtu.be/we-eydS7vU4

Villains and Heroes… https://youtu.be/I2vTzQ_njD0

Sean is available to facilitate these kinds of workshops in Primary Schools around Ireland and for private groups. Full details are available on the following page of The Art Hand website; https://goo.gl/lJmZU7

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About Sean Corcoran

Artistic Director of The Art Hand in Bunmahon on Waterford's Copper Coast, Ireland. An Art School that runs courses in Stained Glass, Mosaic, Batik and Beach Art. I'm a Sand Artist, drawing massive pictures on beaches with a rake!
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