Red Kite Animation Studio at The Central Library

February - April 2015

Red Kite collaborated with #artcore to produce Animation Club, a project with Edinburgh Libraries.

With animator Bona Bones, budding young animators (aged 12 – 18) created storylines, dialogue and storyboards, worked with 2D cut-out puppets, and got to grips with editing and adding music.

This workshop was based at Central Library, George IV Bridge, Edinburgh.

 

Red Kite Animation is an award-winning production company that specialises in the development and production of children’s animated content for international television broadcast.

 

 

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