“Animation Afternoons” with CREATE


In this week-long, afternoon camp at UCF CREATE, 4th and 5th grade students will work in teams of two to create stop-motion, short animated films centered around their favorite circus acts. The final pieces will be come together for an unforgettable show! Students will learn about script writing, character development, storyboarding, background painting, animation, video editing and sound design to create our finished circus.

WHEN: Offered for 2 weeks only: June 10-14 and July 15-19, 2019.
Monday – Thursday, from 1pm – 4pm. Students’ animation premier will take place within Page 15’s final reading showcase from 11am – 1pm on Fridays.

HOW: “Animation Afternoons” is a free program provided by our good friends at Disney. However, there are very limited spots for this opportunity and students must be enrolled in Page 15’s Young Writers Summer Camp program.

WHERE: “Animation Afternoons” will be held in the same building at the Center for Emerging Media in Downtown (500 W. Livingston Street, Orlando, FL 32801).

DROP-OFF: UCF and Page 15 staff members will supervise students to CREATEs animation laboratory, located within the Center for Emerging Media.

PICK-UP: Animation students must be picked up by 4:00pm outside the Bob Carr Performing Arts Center (401 W. Livingston Street, Orlando, FL 32801), located directly across the street from UCF’s Center for Emerging Media. Parents and authorized pick-ups must provide valid ID.

For more information or to confirm your child’s spot in “Animation Afternoons” with CREATE, please call/email Page 15 at (407) 422-8755 or info@page15.org.