Stop Motion with Mochimochi Land’s Anna Hrachovec

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Event Details

Date(s) - 08/10/2019
Cost: Free


Downtown Branch of AADL
Region: Downtown
343 South Fifth Avenue, Ann Arbor

Event Description

Anna Hrachovec of Mochimochi Land will get you started with the art of stop-motion animations! Anna’s best known for her knitting creations that she brings to life through animated GIFs and videos. Her clients include Nickelodeon and Sesame Street, and her GIF of a gnome knitting a heart was declared “Top GIF of 2017” by

In this workshop, you’ll learn the fundamentals of stop-motion, plus a few inside tips, and create your own mini-animation as part of a team.

We’ll use a free mobile app called Stop Motion Studio. If you have a smart phone, iPad or tablet of your own please download the free app in advance of the workshop and bring your device. We expect a large crowd and we will be sharing library devices. Also you may bring favorite small toys, figures or objects to use as subjects and backgrounds for your animation.

Several of Anna’s books will be on sale at this event, courtesy of Literati Bookstore.

Held in 4th Floor Meeting Room. For Teens & Adults

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