Puppet Animation in Schools
combines art, story-telling and technology in a single discipline. It engages students because the technology is accessible, feedback is immediate, the reward for self expression and the potential for a huge audience via the internet is enormous.
is an award winning stop motion animator based in Melbourne.
Creator of the television series PLASMO, Anthony has first hand experience in the key aspects of puppet animation production.
His six minute animation "LOOKING FOR HORSES" was broadcast on SBS and won Best Animation at two Australian Film Festivals and was awarded a Special Distinction at the major International animation festival at Annecy in 2002.
In 2007-08 Anthony worked as one of six animators on Adam Elliot's feature, "Mary and Max".
Anthony Lawrence runs animation workshops in schools to give students and teachers an insight into the tricks of the trade, and give them a jump start on their latest animation projects.
Some possible themes for workshops can be found on this website, otherwise Anthony is happy to work with teachers to devise a customized work shop or talk catering to the needs of the students.
To book Anthony for a school visit, email email@example.com
or email Anthony at firstname.lastname@example.org