Event

Wolfworks Workshop 17 February

12-4pm, free to drop in, 5 years and upwards (Under 12’s accompanied by parents)

You are invited to help artist Maya Wolf transform one of the gallery spaces into a giant stop frame animation set by transforming recycled materials into a new and exciting animation that will be screened during Animated Exeter 2016. The children will be able to assist and suggest ideas to Maya and help her to animate the figures that she will be helping them to create out of bits and pieces. Come in and see Maya working and talk to her about the project and her other work.

 
Maya Wolf is a community artist with over twenty years experience of working with children and adults in Art projects and festivals around the UK and abroad. She has performed at the Tate Modern, Buckingham Palace, has created environments at Glastonbury Festival for many years as well as working with Womad, Bestival, Camp Bestival and many other parades and carnivals. She has also worked on a festival in Ethiopia and has recently worked on a creative light project at the Calais refugee camp.