PICTURES: Honiton gets animated

PUBLISHED: 13:40 16 February 2012

The Honiton Thelma Hulbert Gallery ran a special 'Flip It' animation workshop on Wednesday 15th February. Picture by Alex Walton. Daphne and Clara Hall with Edward and Tom Fuller. Ref mhh 3538-07-12AW. To order your copy of this photograph, go to www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on myphotos24

The Honiton Thelma Hulbert Gallery ran a special 'Flip It' animation workshop on Wednesday 15th February. Picture by Alex Walton. Daphne and Clara Hall with Edward and Tom Fuller. Ref mhh 3538-07-12AW. To order your copy of this photograph, go to www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on myphotos24

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Animation workshop at the Thelma Hulbert Gallery attracts more than 100 visitors.

Young animators from across East Devon brought their creative sides to life and had a toontastic half-term in Honiton.

Families turned out in force for the Thelma Hulbert Gallery’s Flip It workshop, where children were given the chance to create their own flipbook animations, which were then filmed and made it to cartoons.

The event attracted visitors of all ages from toddlers to teenagers.

Parents even got stuck into make their own creations.

Angela Blackwell, the gallery’s curator, said: “The event went amazingly well. We had over 100 people in are gallery, which was non-stop.

“People really enjoyed doing something a bit different and it was a chance for them to be creative and use their imaginations.”

The workshop coincides with the gallery’s first exhibition of the year, Animation and Disability, including displays of Aardman, Creature Discomforts, models as well as work from Magic Carpet Arts for Health charity.

The event and exhibition also links in with Animated Exeter.

The exhibition runs until March 3 and visitors still have an opportunity make their own animation, which will be put on YouTube and the Animated Exeter website.


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