Registration of workshops for children from 3 to 12 years old:
If you are a school and you are interested in taking one of our workshops to your educational center, send us an e-mail to:
A wonderful workshop in which we will discover why cartoons speak.
We will make known the process that is done to fold cartoons; the translation of the script, adjustment, recording and recording of the voices.
The workshop aims to show attendees some of the techniques that actors use when recreating a character. How are your body and vocal expressions, as well as knowing how to work as a team, listening to those who share a scene.
The workshop also teaches us through professional techniques to lose stage fright, very important to be able to get on stage.
Stop Motion Workshop:
(Made by the Clay Animation team with Javier Tostado, president of “Animat a la cabeza”.)
Few genres promote as many artistic disciplines as Stop Motion animation: drawing, modeling, painting, sculpture, interpretation, photography, music… and of course animation. One of the usual materials in the Stop Motion animation is the plasticine, with it the workshop assistants will be able to perform the proposed exercises.
The workshop begins with a brief explanation of the stop motion animation technique and the viewing of an episode of the Clay Kids series. The operation of the software is explained below and exercises are proposed. The 16 assistants are grouped in pairs and they are provided with plasticine so that they can make their creations. After each exercise, the animator-teacher and the rest of the participants go through each of the computers (6-8 computers), viewing the animations made by each pair.
The methodology of the workshop encourages collaborative work, the organization of tasks based on aptitudes, abilities and motivations, as well as the collective recognition of individual effort.
Cut Out Workshop:
The animation with cutouts or cutouts is a variation of the stop motion animation technique and is done by photographing flat figures. These figures are usually made with cardboard, paper, cloth and / or photographs arranged horizontally and photographed from above.
During the workshop children can cut the cardboard figures they want and give them life one frame at a time. A fun workshop that encourages creativity and teamwork.