Animation and Activism

Taught by Bona Bones (Kansas City Art Institute Animation Faculty, Stoopid Buddy Stoodios) - take a look at Bona's bio.

 

Location: Online via Zoom

 

Maximum Spots: 30 

 

Registration:

- Early: $120.00

- Normal: $150.00

- Late: $180.00

 

Student age: 18+ 

 

Class dates:

- Thursday 2 June

- Thursday 16 June

- Thursday 7 July

- Thursday 21 July 

 

Class time: 5-6:30p PST / 6-7:30 MST / 7-8:30 CST

 

Description:

This course will explore how animation has historically served as a form of political protest and social commentary. Students will discuss the various ways animation can support powerful social change and provide an advanced exploration of the uses and functionality of animation as a political tool.

 

The class structure will allow students to spend class studying the theory behind political filmmaking, screening a broad range of politically based animation. We will be screening animated selections from different eras of history including the Italian Futurist movement, Disney’s WW2 era, Cold War era animation and currently political animation.

 

Class Materials:

- A solid Zoom connection

- Access to the internet

Animation and Activism

$180.00 Regular Price
$150.00Sale Price