stop-motion studio

This workshop focuses on the essence of all audiovisual media: how do you create movement, how do you play with images, and how do you translate an idea into a film?

In the Stop Motion workshop, students see how the illusion of movement works in film. They learn that film is made ​​up of many different still images that are played in quick succession, which creates the appearance of motion. The students investigate this for themselves by making a stop-motion film inspired by one of the films from the Eye collection. They work with coloured paper on light-boxes, as well as other materials such as mosaic tiles or black-and-white drawings.

They work on their film in small groups, which teaches them how to work together as a team. 

In collaboration with Taartrovers.

To view this video, you need to accept the YouTube/Vimeo cookies
click here

Book at least four weeks in advance of the desired date.




2 hours

Number of participants

minimum 13, maximum 30

Number of supervisors

Bring two supervisors per 30 students. When booking, we will always discuss the definitive number of supervisors with you. Entrance for supervisors is free.

Key goals

Artistic orientation: 54, 55 and 56