Save the world stories

SAVE THE WORLD STORIES — with your friends

SAVE THE WORLD STORIES — with your friends

led by Anne Cornell with guest artists
Grades 7-12, $5/week
12:30-2pm, Wednesdays June 7- July 26

Save the world stories
Summer 2016. Young Pom Artists in Columbus eating lunch at Dirty Frank’s Hotdog Palace before going to the topiary garden and the Billy Ireland Cartoon Museum.

Building on their manga/anime drawing skills, young artists will explore making and animating shadow puppets to tell SAVE THE WORLD STORIES. We’ll be paying particular attention to the German artist Lotte Reiniger who created the first full length animated film—20 years ahead of Disney’s Snow White! Check out the videos we posted on pinterest. 

The animations the young artists create will be posted on YouTube and projected in the artPARK.

Speaking of shadows and how stunning they can be at night…here’s a picture of our new interactive sculpture in the artPARK. 

Shadow Art
LOOKING PIPES by a team of Coshocton High School students with artist Yoni Mizrachi and employees from McWane Ductile, Lee’s Glass, Crozier Welding and The Signmaker.

This is a club for young artists grades 7-12 who love art and want to be together with other kids their age who love art.

About the instructor

Anne Cornell has directed the Pomerene Center for the Arts since 2000. She is a visual artist who takes delight in fashioning opportunities for children to explore the world and their own creativity.

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