6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Creative skills development
Beginner & Intermediate
INSTRUCTOR Lynn Dana Wilton
December 19, 2019
6:30pm – 9:30pm
Non-member $80 / TAIS Member $60
This introductory workshop will focus on how to make paper stop motion puppets, and will give participants a chance to try out classic top-down cutout animation, silhouette, and collage techniques. By the end of the workshop everyone will get the opportunity to see their puppet come to life and get under the camera and animate. Materials provided.
Lynn Dana Wilton graduated from Classical Animation at Sheridan but also holds a BAAID from Ryerson. She trained classically but loves stop-motion and experimental film trying to keep a foot in both industry & indie worlds. She frequently works with the Toronto Animated Image Society (TAIS). Commercial stop-motion work includes directing on “What’s Inside?”, animating television series & specials including “Gumboot Kids”, “Glenn Martin, DDS”, “Rick & Steve”, “A Miser Brothers’ Christmas”, “Lunar Jim”, “A Cape Breton Ghost Story”, and working arts/sets departments on shows like “Henry’s World”. Her shorts including “(Re)Cycle” and “Celestial Red & Blue” have travelled internationally from the Yukon to New Zealand.