The US Performing Arts UCLA Animation Camp offers the student an intensive introduction into storytelling, creation, and production of the traditional animation process. Participants will learn principles and techniques of animation.
And the best thing about it is that you don't have to be an artist to be an animator. Taught by adjunct faculty member Doug Ward the animation camp offers the participant the opportunity of doing several short animated projects within the one week that focus on story telling. The final screening of the projects to an audience is always a crowd pleaser and proves to be one of our most successful and amazing works-in-progress as family and friends laugh at the humor and walk away amazed at how much was accomplished in terms of animated characters and stories within the animation week. The best thing about this workshop is that you don't have to know how to draw to succeed in the animation process.