STEAM Studio: Stop Motion Animation

Stop Motion Animation Summer Camp

STEAM Summer Studio:  Stop Motion Animation

SUMMER 2019 INFORMATION WILL BE UPDATED BY JANUARY 15, 2019!

Do you want to be the director and animator of your very own stop motion animation film?! Integrating arts with STEM subjects, this exciting new offering supports nationwide trends that highlight how students learn about other subjects while engaged in art making. The instructor will guide students to experiment with various artistic practices, with a focus on stop-motion animation, while making connections to science, technology, engineering and math. Learn how to create amazing special effects with a wide variety of materials. Topics will include storyboarding, prep and production, lighting and composition, and shooting and editing. (Note: Students should plan to bring a tablet, iPad, or smart phone for recording. All other equipment and supplies will be provided.)

 

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Ages:  9-12 years
Dates:  July 9-13 AND/OR July 16-20, 2018
Times:  9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (M-F)
Tuition:  $399
Location:  Mason Fairfax Campus, Art & Design Building

 

You can choose to attend either or both weeks, as new curriculum will be introduced each week! To register for both, you will need to add each weekly program to your cart before final checkout/ payment.

Dates: July 9-13, 2018

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Dates: July 16-20, 2018

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CLICK ON THE VIDEO BELOW FOR A FUN PREVIEW
OF A STOP MOTION ANIMATION FILM (FROM 2017)!

Video about Steam class

 

An “After Care” option is available for this program from 4-6 pm for $90/week, located in Mason’s Performing Arts Building and staffed by the Academy’s Summer Staff. After registering for this program (but before final checkout/ payment!), search for and add “After Care” to your cart (be sure to choose the correct week). 

 

 Carlyn Trbovich, art lessons Instructor:  Carlyn Trbovich
Read about Ms. Trbovich

Ms. Trbovich is a passionate art educator with over six years of teaching experience in both private and public schools. She is effective at providing a quality visual arts education. She works to foster self-efficacy, enthusiasm, visual literacy, historical and multicultural understanding, technical proficiency, and other artistic skills in her students. It is important to her to create an atmosphere of discovery, growth, and positivity in the art classroom. Learn more at her website: www.carlynart.com

 

Mary Dolmat, Art Lessons Teaching Assistant: Mary Dolmat (July 9-13)

Rachel Jenkins, art classes Teaching Assistant: Rachel Jenkins (July 16-20)
Read about Ms. Jenkins

Rachel Jenkins is currently a BFA candidate in sculpture at George Mason University. Her work has been showcased in Virginia’s Museum of Fine arts, Art Works Gallery, and Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens. She has also participated in a group exhibition in Recreative Spaces in Maryland. Rachel has received numerous Scholastic Art awards on the state level including 2 Gold Keys, and a Silver Key as well as a Silver Portfolio on the National level. She intends to apply to the Masters in Art Education program at Mason and share her passion for this field.

 

Justin Sutters Art Class Instructor Director: Justin Sutters, Assistant Professor at Mason’s School of Art
Email questions to academy@gmu.edu

 

 

 

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To register by phone or request a paper registration form, please call the Academy office at 703-993-9889.

 

TESTIMONIALS

“My child learned SO much about engineering, design, story-telling, and teamwork. It was a multi-faceted experience that excited and inspired my child.” – STEAM Art: Stop Motion Animation 2017 Parent

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“My favorite part was the final creation/video.” – STEAM Art: Stop Motion Animation 2017 Participant

“I love that the camp integrated art and technology.” – STEAM Art: Stop Motion Animation 2017 Participant