SXSW 2017 YOUTH ANIMATION WORKSHOP
Jeanne Stern

 

A wonderful afternoon of animation with Austin School of Film!


Where? George Washington Carver Museum (1165 Angelina St. - Austin, Texas 78702)

When? March 11 , 2017 / 10:30am - 3:30pm

Artistic Instructor: Jeanne Stern

Participants will use their imagination to create miniature worlds using handmade animation techniques such as stop-motion and paper cut-out animation with award-winning Animator, Jeanne Stern. ASoF will provide a pizza pary lunch, snacks and beverages throughout the duration of the workshop. 

Instructor Bio: Jeanne Stern creates fantastical films using a hybrid of puppetry and animation. Her work has screened in a variety of festivals and galleries including Heather Henson's traveling film festival "Handmade Puppet Dreams," South by Southwest, Dallas PBS, and the Smithsonian. She holds an MFA in Film at UT, Austin, and received her BA in Studio Art from Connecticut College. Born and raised in Massachusetts, Jeanne now lives in Austin where she works as an animator and teacher.

Spots are limited to 18 students!

*Students unable to pay the registration fee may contact us directly to waive the fee. Please contact Education Director, Faiza Kracheni.

 

This event is $10 and open to ages 10-18 years old.

March 11, 2017 / 10:30am - 3:30pm / 0 Seats Left

 

 

ADDITIONAL DETAILS

WHERE WILL MY FILM SCREEN?

All finished creations will screen at an Official SXSW Film Screening. An email with screening details will be sent one week prior to the event. We will have additional flyers on site containing the information concern the screening. 

ASoF greatly appreciates the generosity of the Austin Chronicle and SXSW Film for their continued support of the Annual ASoF/SXSW Film Youth MAFIA Day events! 

This project is also funded and supported in part by the City of Austin through the Cultural Arts Division and by a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts and an award from the National Endowment for the Arts, which believes that a great nation deserves great art.