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Tag Archives: Stop Motion Ani-Mania!
In celebration of Teen Tech Week, area young adults were invited to the Southern Boone County Public Library to participate in a stop-motion animation workshop. Twelve teens created a series of three animated short films using Lego blocks and puppets: … Continue reading
Over the winter break, area teens were invited to the Southern Boone County Public Library to participate in a stop-motion animation workshop. Seven young adults created a series of three animated short films using Lego blocks and puppets. We discussed … Continue reading
Did you know that the library has over 8,000 DVD titles in our collection? While we don’t carry many Hollywood feature films, we do have a broad selection of documentaries, cartoons, biographies, TV shows, “how-to” videos, historical subjects and more. … Continue reading
Wednesday marks the third day of our Stop Motion Ani-Mania film series. Before moving on to today’s selected teen short films, I wanted to share some book and web resources to help you learn more about the art of moviemaking:
Today we continue with our week-long online film series, Stop Motion Ani-mania! And, by the way, if you’re a movie buff, you should check out the library’s Books to Movie collection which offers feature films based on children’s and teen’s … Continue reading
On July 15, teens and youngsters alike were invited to the Columbia Public Library to participate in a stop-motion animation workshop. Using Legos, puppets, and other props these young adults created their own animated movies by compiling a series of … Continue reading
Last Monday, August 2 the Columbia Public Library hosted a stop-animation workshop. Teens from all around Boone and Callaway counties attended and created their own animated film shorts using clay, paper, puppets and various miniature props. Help us applaud their … Continue reading