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February 23, 2019

Saturday | 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Instructor: Richard Reeves

Location: Classes & Admin Offices

Description

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A film strip is a long and narrow canvas to be painted on and the sound strip area of the surface silence waiting to become sound.  If you are new to direct animation this workshop is an excellent introduction to the film technique which applies images directly to the film surface to create both sound and motion.  If you are familiar with direct animation, this workshop will take you to the next level by emphasizing the potential of optical sound.  Join visiting artist Richard Reeves for a day of hands-on experiments that will result in everyone creating their own animated 16mm color sound film.  Concepts of color theory, persistence of vision, graphical sound visualization and sound composition will be discussed as participants paint, etch, scratch and/or apply shapes to the surface using magic markers, inks, bleach, steel wool and small tools. At the end of the day, the “motion paintings” will come alive on the big screen for all to see and hear.

Also join us ahead of the workshop on Wednesday, February 21st to see Richard Reeves’s work first hand as part of our Northwest Tracking Series.

Please note that this class is intended for adults (16+).

 

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$55.00

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