British Museum and Camden Summer University

Work with professional animator and film maker Kim Noce, from Quirky Pictures to create a short animation film. Learn how to create your own 2D digital character animation and stop motion graphic  sequence and have it premiered at the CSU film festival at the British Museum on Friday 25th August”

Partecipant at  Camden Summer Univeristy explored the British Museum’s exhibition of the “Where the Thunderbird lives; cultural resilience on the Northwest Coast of North America” ( here)  and created animation inspire by the artefacts.

Thunderbird : Animation workshop 4-5 August 2017 BM Where the thunderbird live _ Camden Summer univeristy and British Museum from Quirky Pictures on Vimeo. Password: Thunderbird

Thanks to Camden Summer University & the staff, British Museum & the staff, Kim Trehane, Katharine Hoare …the Thunderbirds and all the partecipants : Mya, Malik, Marquis, Penny, Dontae, Rahaat, Bolutife, Anisa, Brianna, and Abigail

About Kim Noce