Children's animation storytelling workshop with Isobel Knowles
Have you ever wondered what the fruit gets up to when you’re not there?
Get your apples, oranges and bananas in order and see what they have to say in this animation workshop! Record dialogue and animate your favourite fruit to tell jokes or ask meaningful questions about the universe.
To animate your fruit you'll need:
- A few pieces of your favourite fruit
- Blu Tack
You’ll also need a charged up, internet-connected device to create your animation. This can be a smartphone, tablet or computer, and you will need to download the free animation app Stop Motion Studio in preparation.
This workshop is suitable for children aged 5–12.
More about Isobel Knowles
Isobel Knowles is a Melbourne based artist. Her colourful textural style combines digital and analogue techniques to create playful animations, children’s books and gallery installations.
Her award-winning films and artworks have been shown nationally and internationally and she has collaborated on a number of children's books including Owl Know How, Too Much for Turtle and Wide Big World.
This recorded workshop is supported by Gandel Philanthropy.
The Pauline Gandel Children’s Quarter, supported by Gandel Philanthropy, is a purpose-built space for children and families to read, learn and play, with an associated program of activities.