This workshop series covers a brief history of animation, the creation of flipbooks, Zoetropes, and other precursors of film animation, techniques of traditional film stop-motion animation and 2-D computer animation. Followed by a hands-on workshop.
With art-making, food trucks, the renowned Thing-a-ma-jigs ensemble, a student film festival in the Berkeley City College auditorium, as well as shorts and a feature curated by PFA. Bring your own seating. On Center Street in downtown Berkeley.
OMCA Curator of Photography Drew Johnson and Oakland East Bay Symphony Conductor Michael Morgan discuss the work of composer Dave Brubeck and photographer Ansel Adams. Followed by a performance featuring the Oakland East Bay Symphony quintet.
A discussion panel including Enrique Chagoya, Artist & Professor of Art at Stanford University;
Robert Flynn Johnson, Chief Curator Emeritus, Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts, Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco; Paul J. Karlstrom, Former Regional Director, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution; Moira Roth, Professor of Art History, Mills College; and Peter Selz, Founding Director, Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive.