Toon Club, brings to you ‘Saura Animation’ workshop in collaboration with Iteeha.
Iteeha (‘according to tradition’ in Sanskrit) seeks to uphold the spirit of folk arts & crafts in India. Team Iteeha will expose & train our students in the intricacies of Saura tribal painting, which is associated with the Sauda tribals of the state of Odisha. Thereafter ours students will create their handdrawn animation with characters, props and backgrounds will be created in Saura art style.
This is a weekly Saturday animation workshop for children, and a part of our ‘Toon In On Saturdays’ program.
Group size is small (max 8 participants per batch); allowing each child to derive maximum hands-on experience
Age: 10 – 14 years
Dates: 4th April – 9th May 2020 (6 sessions/12 hours)
Fees: Rs 7950/- only (inclusive of all animation material)
Last date for registration 1st April 2020
“Summer CARTOON Film-making Workshop”:
The Acclaimed Award-winning Hand-drawn 12 session Animation Program designed along International lines, delves into various topics ranging from-
-History & definition of Animation
-Persistence of Vision
-Optical Devices- Thaumatrope, Phenakistoscope, Zoetrope, Flip books etc.
-Principles of animation & Simple laws of Physics
-Two techniques of animation- Clay animation & Pixilation
-And finally creating a cartoon movie
Each child will create 3 animation films using 3 different techniques
Age: 7 to 14 years
12 sessions (Mon-Fri)
Registration deadline: 3 days prior to workshop
Registration on first come-first serve basis. Limited 10 seats per batch!
Fees: Rs 10950/- only (inclusive of all animation material)
Benefits for Students
Research shows that Animation appeals to multiple intelligences and a broad variety of learners. Creating a animation movie allows students to use their artistic and creative talents to communicate and tell a story.
- Creative Writing and Language skills are engaged while writing the script. Principles of storytelling, story structure, characters and settings help children express themselves and experiment.
- Mathematical, logical, and spatial skills are used in organizing the visual project, sequencing the frames, timing and spacing drawings.
- Science and Physics: Children apply the laws of the natural world to their animation. Persistence of vision, cameras /projection technology, laws of movement, velocity, gravity and metamorphosis are scientific principles that children are exposed to while understanding the principles of animation.
- Art and Creativity is encouraged when students draw and animate their stories applying aesthetic principles of design, composition, contrast and visual symbols.
- Motor skills: hand-eye coordination and the ability to repeat a drawing.