In the two days preceding our Access All Areas Youth Arts Festival the Tate Movie Project truck is making a stop at the Pavilion, so come along and be a part of it!
The Tate Movie Project is the first of its kind – an animated film made by and for children across the UK. Delivered by Tate, Aardman, Fallon and CBBC, the Tate Movie Project is a uniquely ambitious project using great artworks to inspire 5-13 year olds nationwide to contribute their ideas to an animated movie.
Tate and Aardman Animations are running hundreds of production workshops across the UK from the Tate Movie Truck, a state of the art mobile learning space where children will explore art and animation as well as generate ideas and drawings for the film. The truck folds out into a state of the art creative learning studio, complete with sound studio space, computers and a screening facility, all of which can be cleared away for workshops and activities. The children will work with artists and film-makers in the truck who will deliver hundreds of production workshops, using great artworks as a source of inspiration.
Don’t miss the opportunity to contribute towards the Tate Movie Project with the arrival of the Tate Movie Project truck, here in Bexhill at the De La Warr Pavilion on 20 and 21 October.
Children can also take part in the project online by visiting www.tatemovie.co.uk and don’t forget to watch out for the finished film which will be screened on the BBC and in cinemas in 2011.
Part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad, the Tate Movie Project is supported by the Legacy Trust UK and BP.
Parents/Guardians - please read, fill out and sign this consent form for each child to bring on the day. You can print out as many as you need. Without this form the children will not be able to attend a workshop.
Download consent form