We are working in partnership with RAMM (Royal Albert Memorial Museum) to bring a range of subsidised digital art workshops to children and young people as a part of an ongoing project and partnership.
Why not take part in a digital animation workshop at RAMM this Autumn?
We are bringing established Daisi artists to host and deliver fun and inspiring workshops. To explore the museum’s objects, collect ideas and use these to inspire your own animations, moving images and gifs.
All tickets are available at a subsidised price of £5, on a first-come-first-served basis. Suitable for young creatives aged 8-12
Saturday November 23rd 10.15 – 12.45pm
With Cara Roxanne – who will support you with your approach to finding a good idea to work with on your digtial project. She will lead you through the process of making of a GIF (a moving picture) to keep and to share with the world! Suitable to all – It’s not rocket science!
Saturday January 25th 10.15 – 12.45pm
With Rachel Thame – an experienced workshop and music leader who will support you to work with sound and to make noise! Using the voice, percussion instruments and more traditional musical instruments, to record sounds and to play back through a computer adding effects and transitions.
Saturday February 15th 10.15 – 12.45pm
With Sam Walker -He went from Primary teacher to full time rapper and music leader. He is wonderfully inclusive in his manner and has lots of digital music making skills to share. Sam will introduce easy to master software for novice composers. With these skills you are set for life. Come and have a go!