Join CAMS on Monday, March 27th from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm in Gilman 208 for an animation workshop with Adriana Copete, co-sponsored by The Alexander Grass Humanities Institute, the Department of Comparative Thought and Literature, and the Film and Media Studies Program.
4:30: Chris Taylor, “Traces of Life: Rotoscoping, Realism, and the Realities of Classical Animation Theory”
4:45: Bernadette Wegenstein, “Case Study: Animating the Medieval Bust of Agatha from Catania, Sicily”
5:00: Rotoscoping Workshop led by Adriana Copete
6:15: Q&A and Post-Workshop Reflections
As preparation for the workshop, participants are asked to screen the 8-minute animated documentary My Parent, Neal (2022).
*This is a hands-on workshop and participants will be required to bring either a computer with a pen, or touchscreen capabilities, an iPad or tablet, or a smartphone and tripod. During the workshop, participants will be introduced to how to rotoscope using Photoshop, Rough Animator ($5.99), and Stop Motion Studio ($5.99). These applications will need to be installed beforehand.