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【2010】藝術學習營 Art Learning Camps

動漫冬令營 – MOCA嬉遊記

當代館於1月25日至26日兩天,結合廣受年輕學子歡迎的「視覺突擊.動漫特攻」展覽,規劃以動漫及視覺圖像為主題的冬令營,國立台北教育大學藝術與造形設計學系教授林明德老師和CICA當代藝術兒童基地專任教師沈秀玲老師擔任嬉遊隊長,帶領小朋友用最簡單的方式與軟體創作屬於自己的動畫,讓每位小朋友都可以成為小小動畫藝術家。課程內容包括:認識當代藝術、探索動漫藝術、格畫創作、導演訓練班、創作故事重點人物與配件、小動畫拍攝、以及成果發表會。

 

Animation Winter Camp – MOCA Play Tour

On January 25th to 26th, MOCA Taipei hosted the animation and visual imaging winter camp in conjunction with the popular “Visual Attract & Attack” exhibition.  Professor Lin Ming-Te of the National Taipei University of Education Department of Arts and Design and Shen Hsiu-Ling, a specialized teacher for Children in Contemporary Art, were appointed team captains for the play tour and led the children in creating their own animations with the most simple approach and software, transforming each child into an animation artist.  The camp included classes for: learning about contemporary art, exploring animation art, creating with frames, director training course, story plots, characters, accessories creating, small animation shooting, and also the camp concluded with a showcase of the results.

MOCA兒童藝術夏令營-奇幻咖咖

今年暑假,當代館搭配當期特展「大玩特玩─遊戲美學」,於8月23日、24日推出了「奇幻咖咖」夏令營,邀請到藝術家馮勝宣、遊戲美學達人紙男和鄭雄仁三位老師,為學員們準備了一場充滿奇幻感受的夏令營。課程內容以激發小朋友的想像力和創造力為主,除了個人創作部份之外,也加入集體創作的構思,讓大家齊力完成一件奇幻作品。內容包含:奇幻故事講座、奇幻桌上遊戲、成果分享與場景佈置完成集體創作等等。美術館的教育功能在夏令營的活動中,以富饒趣味的方式讓小朋友認識藝術,進而學習自己創造藝術,本活動每到暑假總是受到小朋友與家長的期盼與喜愛,這也成為當代館每年持續推出更優質夏令營工作坊的動力。

 

MOCA Taipei Children Art Summer Camp – Fantastic Gaga

During the summer, MOCA Taipei presented the “Fantastic Gaga” Summer Camp on August 23rd and 24th, in conjunction with the exhibition “Fights, Flights , & Frights - Inside The Storm”.  Artists Feng Sheng-Shiuan, game aesthetic expert Paper Boy, and Cheng Hsiung-Jen were invited to offer to the camp participants a fantastically imaginative experience.  The courses were designed to inspire children’s innovation and creativity, and, in addition to individual works, they also participated in collaborating in creating a group project.  The contents of the camp included: fantasy story workshop, fantasy table games, outcome showcase, and collaborative set preparation to complete the gr3oup project.  The museum’s educational function was offered at the summer camp in a diverse and interesting manner targeted at encouraging children to learn art and also to make their own art.  The events have become much anticipated by children and parents every summer, and their anticipation is what drives MOCA Taipei in planning better summer camp events annually.