To encourage Animated Exeter audiences to get creative themselves, the Centre For Contemporary Art And The Natural World (or CCANW, as ‘ver kids’ are calling it), is offering an opportunity to explore the environment of Haldon Forest in an animation workshop.
Award-winning filmmakers Kayla Parker and Stuart Moore will be creating an animated visual poem (oh yes!) evoking a sense of place, using digital and physical image-making techniques to explore the natural world and the organic forms of the forest.
All of which sounds a bit FernGully but should be top fun nonetheless. The workshop takes place on February 24 and admission is £30 (£25 conc.), which includes a DVD of the day’s work to be sent to participants. That’s better than being poked in the eye with a blunt stick, ain’t it? But then, in our experience, most things are, so there you go.
Where were we? Oh yeah, booking is essential on email@example.com and here’s a clip from FernGully to put you in a ‘visual poem’ kinda mood.
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