Animation is everywhere – on screens, in books, and even in business. If you’re interested in exploring this blend of art and technology, SheepDog Animation invites you to find out what they offer at their annual Open House, August 29-31 at their studio in Waterloo.
Sheepdog Animation is an international award-winning studio, specializing in animation and digital media instruction for youth. During the Open House, find out about the many classes they offer for ages 11 and up. From beginner sessions to Portfolio Preparation, the Open House provides an opportunity for students to explore this state-of-the-art studio, and register for their upcoming fall animation and drawing classes. All classes are led by the studio’s founders, Alice Sinker and Paul Kriz. Also during the open house, you’ll be able to watch a 1930’s animated film that is part of SheepDog’s unique History of Animation gallery.
SheepDog Animation specializes in classical hand-drawn animation, digital media, 2D digital animation, stop-motion animation and 3D modelling and animation. Not only do students learn the design process, they discover how technology and art are combined to produce animation.
The Open House will also mark the grand opening of SheepDog’s new Manga & Animation Supplies Store. The store will be stocked with high-quality art products created for manga artists, animators, as well as anyone interested in drawing. From stock brush pens, watercolours, professional art brushes and animation pencils to sketch and painting paper, items will be able to be purchased directly from the store or online.
SheepDog Animation’s Open House takes place August 29-31, 2019 from 4-8pm each day. To find out more about this international award-winning local studio and the upcoming classes and registration, check out their website.