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Kids

Animation Lab: Session 1

 
Ages 8—9
 
Tue, Jul 5, 2016
  • 9AM
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RUN TIME: 9am—5pm (Tue—Fri)
CLASS PRICE: $425
 
 
 
 
 
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Tuesday July 05, 2016
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In partnership with Museum of the Moving Image

Ages 8—9

Participants learn a variety of animation techniques to create a series of short projects under the guidance of instructors from the Museum of the Moving Image. The workshop culminates with a final project—written, designed, and animated by students working collaboratively in small production teams—to be shared with family and friends.

PARTICIPANTS WILL:
• Learn the basics of motion picture science
• Learn the value of teamwork & collaboration
• Learn a variety of animation techniques


About The Museum of the Moving Image:
The Museum of the Moving Image, located in Astoria, Queens, is the country’s only museum dedicated to the art, history, and technology of film, television, and digital media. For additional information, visit MovingImage.us.

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Waitlist 
 


Spots for this summer program are currently filled.

Additional spots may become available. Please sign up for the waitlist for updates.

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Financial Aid 
 

To find out if you are qualified for financial aid, please fill out the registration form and complete the financial aid section. Financial aid application deadline: April 18, 2016.

Questions? Please email us at summer@BAM.org.

 
 
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Extended Care 
 

$50/week

Includes both early drop-off at 8:30 am and late pickup at 5pm.

Extended care options can be added to your workshop during checkout.

Bio 
Molmol Kuo  
 
Molmol Kuo is a teaching artist at BAM and the Queens Museum, and a partner at YesYesNo Collective. She uses new media, moving images, robotics, and interactive sculpture to tell stories and break down the barrier between human and object. Her background is in documentary filmmaking.