Do you like Gumby, Wallace and Gromit or the Noid? We will explore how these movies are created using claymation, a stop motion style of video making. In the classroom you can use claymation to show plant cycles, retell stories or explain a process. During the workshop, you will work in small groups to explain a science concept, such as force and motion. You will sculpt a figure in clay and, with your group, show interactions between each group member's sculpture as you learn the basics of how to create your own claymation stop motion videos. What better way to assess your students’ understanding than through a fun and engaging arts-based project? iPads will be provided for use during the workshop- no need to bring one with you.
Led by Kim Silbaugh
When: Saturday, January 12, 9 am – noon
Where: MJH Gallery at the United Arts Council
Cost: Free, but you do need to register by emailing full name, position, school, and email address to [email protected]
For whom: Elementary educators
CEU credit available.
Please feel free to extend this invitation to other classroom teachers, arts teachers, and administrators. However, please know that because we can only accommodate a limited number of participants, we will only accept a maximum of four individuals from each school. Additional individuals will be wait-listed. As space is limited, we recommend registering asap!
After the January workshop, we have two more arts integration opportunities scheduled for this school year: a workshop on March 16 that integrates visual art and our week-long Arts Integration Institute starting June 17. More information about these two opportunities will be available in the coming months. In the interim, mark your calendars!