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The puppetry of Asia and Indonesia reflects a rich diversity of artistic expressions, religious beliefs, and cultural memories. Brad will discuss key elements of this art form and major challenges that Asian performers and puppet-makers face in the modern world. Ages 18+ (Intermediate to Advanced) The Center's webinar host will facilitate interaction between the Learn It Live audience and the on-site workshop presenter, Professor Bradford Clark. In addition, the webinar audience will receive a dedicated 10-15 Q & A session with Brad.)
Learn about different types of puppet traditions from around the world during this exploration of the rich culture of puppetry. Celebrate the intersection of geography, history, social studies, and the arts! Watch authentic and replica puppets come to life during this entertaining and educational hands-on presentations.
Center for Puppetry Arts Org
Arts > Education
Recorded: Nov 17, 2012 at 03:00 pm EDT
Celebrate American Education Week with a panel of professional of arts educators coordinated by the Center for Puppetry Arts! Panelists will discuss arts advocacy, describe their work in the field of puppetry/arts education, and explain how puppetry and the arts can positively impact your students’ life-long learning. Parents, educators, and education students welcome! This is offered via webinar only!
Taught by Jason von Hinezmeyer, Resident Puppet Builder, Center for Puppetry Arts Atlanta, GA Recommended for Ages 18+ Join the Center’s Resident Puppet Builder, Jason von Hinezmeyer, for a hands-on workshop that introduces several ways of taking a drawn design and turning it into a dimensional puppet.Jason will explore methods and short cuts for sculpting, carving, and patterning puppets of any type. Jason will start a design and go through several different media to arrive at what can be used as a rod puppet, hand puppet, marionette, mask, or even an oversized parade puppet. This is PART I of PART III in this series. In PART I (Drawing), Jason will demonstrate how to take a 2D thumbnail sketch and transform form it into a workable pattern to create a 3D design for use in PART II (Subtractive Sculpting: Wood) & PART III (Additive Sculpting: Clay & Foam).
Taught by Jason von Hinezmeyer, Resident Puppet Builder, Center for Puppetry Arts, Atlanta, GA Recommended for Ages 18+ Join the Center’s Resident Puppet Builder, Jason von Hinezmeyer, for a demonstration that introduces several ways of taking a 2D design and turning it into a 3D puppet through both subtractive and additive sculpting (wood, clay, and foam). In PART 1, Jason demonstrated how to take a 2D drawing and create a pattern for use in PART II & PART III. PART II (Subtractive Sculpting: Wood). Jason will demonstrate how to take the 2D head pattern created in PART I and create a wooden 3D head through subtractive sculpting.
Join the Center's Resident Puppet Builder, Jason von Hinezmeyer, for a demonstration that introduces several ways of taking a 2D design and turning it into a 3D puppet through both subtractive and additive sculpting (wood, foam, & clay). In PART 1, Jason demonstrated how to take a 2D drawing and create a pattern for use in PART II & PART III. In PART II (Subtractive Sculpting: Wood), Jason demonstrated how to take the 2D head pattern created in PART I and create a wooden 3D head through subtractive sculpting. In this session, PART III, Jason will show techniques of additive sculpting through the use of clay. Jason will always demostrate how to create a permanent pattern for your 3D design.