B-Town Blog Intern Bryan Charles, of Burien’s Big Picture High School, recently lead a team that won the ‘MOHAI History Award’ from the Museum of History and Industry for a group-collaborated animation called ‘History is Repetition.’
This student-created animation beat at least nine other entries in the Under-18 Youth Category for the award.
Charles worked with Thien Vo and Liban Mohamud, and together they won $1,000 total and walked the red carpet at a big ceremony last Saturday night.
“History is Repetition is a short animation that shows that history is a repeating tale of the powerful imposing their will upon the weak,” reads a statement by the Artist. “The era and people may change, but the story remains the same…History is Repetition.”
Here were the competition guidelines from MOHAI’s website:
- The title of your film must respond to the prompt: “History Is_____” by filling in the blank with one word or short phrase. Choose the word or phrase that best describes history for you; “fun”, “dangerous”, “here”, “my family”, and “all around me” are all great answers.
- Your film must include MOHAI’s introductory graphic, providedÂ here (480p)Â andÂ here (720p). (Right Click and save the file)
- Running time of your History Is____ film, including credits and the introductory graphic, must be a minimum of 60 seconds and may not exceed 5 minutes.
Congrats to Bryan and his team for an outstanding job!
Here’s the animation – click full screen and 720p for best viewing experience:
Charles has been interning at The B-Town Blog for the last three years.]]>
We love that B-Town Blog is so supportive of the Arts in our area! Congratulations to Bryan Charles on a great animation!
For families interested in getting their kids involved in a great summer day camp we encourage you to consider the following:
Animating Cartoons Summer Day-Camp for ages 9-14
Unified Outreach@Ginomai Art Center in West Seattle provides a unique Summer Day-Camp option for Parents who are interested in seeing their child attain a stronger grasp of Arts & Technology in a fun and exciting environment.
An average afternoon of Summer Day-Camp will include educational exercises embedded in fun games designed to encourage personal growth, positive self esteem and team building skills. The day will also include physical activities and outdoor time (as weather allows) including lunch in the park. But the highlight of each day will be working on the creation of a personal cartoon-animation using the kids ideas, stories, drawings and voices; of which they will have their very own DVD to show to friends and family.
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! Our students are coached by knowledgeable, skilled instructors who will work with the kids each step of the way; from story development, to character design, digital imaging, cartoon animation, and voice-overs using industry-level production software including Adobe Photoshop, Flash, Soundbooth, and more.
Day Camp dates are:
Doors open at 8:30am and close at 5:30pm â€“ Parents may drop off their child at anytime during operational hours. $300 per student/week.
Unified Outreach is a 501C3 Youth Arts Charity which has been Active in Seattle for over 10 years.
Please visit http://www.UnifiedOutreach.com or call 206-333-8118 for more information on our Charity.
See the student commecial at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kgykKjWQZfo
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