Animation Workshop with Teresa Drilling
- Animation Workshop with Teresa Drilling
- Join award-winning stop motion animator/director Teresa Drilling for a 45 minute presentation on the principles of stop motion followed by a 3 hour hands-on stop motion animation workshop.
- When Apr 27, 2016 from 05:30 PM to 09:30 PM (US/Pacific / UTC-700)
- Where Baker County Public Library, 2400 Resort St, Baker City, OR
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Join award-winning stop motion animator/director Teresa Drilling for a 45 minute presentation on the principles of stop motion followed by a 3 hour hands-on stop motion animation workshop.
Baker County Public Library, 5:30pm - 9:30pm.
Pre-registration is required. Space limited to 20 students.
Register online at http://goo.gl/forms/
Teresa Drilling is an Emmy Award-winning animator/director best known for her work on Coraline (2009), Chicken Run (2000) and Elf (2003). Her works include feature films, television programs, commercials, and short films. Teresa's animation curiosity blossomed into a career that splits her time between coasts and continents. She's contributed to animationbooks, has been quoted in print from the London Times to Time Magazine, and her work has been displayed in the Smithsonian.
She was nominated for an Annie Award for her Tumble Leaf series work, and animated on Chicken Run, Elf, Curse of the Wererabbit, Coraline, and Anomalisa. Personally invested in a culture of learning, she crafted curriculum and taught stop motion for Portland State University, Pacific Northwest College of Art, and the Art Institute of Portland, as well as presented at institutions like Cal Arts and The Walt Disney Family Museum. Teresa has called Portland home for nearly 30 years, where she teaches stop motion studies and celebrates the rain.
Funding for this program is provided by Libraries of Eastern Oregon (LEO) through an ArtPlaceAmerica grant. LEO is a nonprofit organization that serves libraries in its 15-county service area with programs, online services, and advocacy. Funding from the ArtPlace America grant aims to provide arts-based programming at libraries through various hands-on workshops, presentations, and art exhibits for patrons of all ages.