Piosenkotwor - stop motion animated music video, workshops for children and teenagers (two dates)

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  • group A - 08.04.2022, at 5.30 pm
  • group B - 09.04.2022, at 10.30 am

 duration: 2,5h


 price: PLN 10 (tickets to be purchased at the MCK (ICC) ticket office, Marcinkowskiego 12-14 after prior e-mail registration)

 participants: children and adolescents aged 10-14 years


Piosenkotwor – stop motion animated music video


Animation and music have been good friends since the first animated films created on film tapes. Also today, musicians are eager to ask animation creators to complement and implement their musical works with their visualizations. 

How do image and sound complement each other? Can emotions in music be conveyed through abstract shapes? How to start creating an animated music video? During the workshops, we will go through the whole process together - from choosing the right mood, choosing the technique, to the rhythmic animations for selected music. Together we will create a dynamic and diverse animated music video. 

You will learn the techniques of stop-motion animation: cut-out, plasticine and object animation and pixilation. During the workshops you will use both a professional animation station and your own smartphones. I'm going to show you how you can continue animating at home using a few things that you certainly have at hand. 

You don't need any previous experience, all you need is a little patience and a sympathy for music. 



Leader - Natalia Spychała

 A graduate of the PWSFTviT (Polish National Film School) in Łódź, a director and an animator. In addition to the production of short animated films ('Marbles', 'Kupalnocka'), she explores time-lapse techniques, co-creating projects combining animation with literature, theatre, music and new technologies.

In 2016, she started the Fabryka Animacji (Animation Manufacture) project - it is a stop-motion animation studio organizing both workshops and artistic events for adults, teenagers and children.