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TeenTech Innovation Live/OCR: Animation Masterclass 2 (Production Part 1)
January 25 @ 10:00 am - 10:45 am GMT
Today we’ll start creating our animations, and we’ll be getting some advice from experts. Join us for a practical masterclass session where we’ll be showcasing the free tools you can use to create an animation of your own using stop-motion and 2D vector-based techniques. You can ask us questions, live, and we’ll help you get ready to film your very own Animation! We’ll also be speaking to Dave Brain (Animator and Visual Effects Artist), the son of Terry Brain who worked on Wallace and Grommit, Chicken Run, Creature Comforts, The Trap Door and more. With tutorials from Mike Andreoli (Concept Artist at Platinum Films).
Please Note: This session is part of a four-part programme. Please register for all the sessions, if you can.
If the timings don’t work for your school, or if you can’t join the sessions live, don’t worry! All sessions will be available for playback until the end of the course and you can even send us questions beforehand for our experts to answer.
Animation Masterclasses Supported by OCR
Join us for a special programme of free animation activities, designed to support students (and their teachers) enrolled in their Cambridge National iMedia qualification, and give younger students a taste of the course content. We’ll be featuring industry experts from film, television and gaming, and spotlighting pre-production, production and post-production skills.
We encourage you to sign-up your students for all of the events in the series, as they are designed as a complete course – from post-production, through production, and finishing up with post-production, helping them create their own animations. Click here to learn more and to register for each event.
What is TeenTech Innovation Live?
TeenTech Innovation Live sessions bring the digital, scientific and engineering world to life for students aged 11-19. They focus on opportunities within a specific sector with input from local and national employers, with opportunities for students to work on real-world projects. Learn more by watching our TeenTech Innovation Live trailer.
What are the benefits of taking part?
The sessions are structured to offer the following opportunities for students and their teachers:
- Connect with people working at all levels of engineering and technology
- Find out more about the sector
- Develop the skills which students, as well as industry, recognise as key to their future
- Ways to enrich lessons in science, computing, maths, animation, web design, design and technology
- A safe, interactive platform
- Cross-curricular learning
- Receive meaningful feedback on challenges undertaken
You will be sent joining details closer to the date of the event. If you need to cancel your place, please revisit this page, or you can manage all of your bookings from the My Events page.