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The Port project Research Groups Update.

Footdee Beach, March 2012

Image taken by Port Project Participant Mike Webster

The Port Project is a collaborative project between Arts Development,  Aberdeen International Youth Festival and Theatre Modo. It will culminate in all involved groups taking part in The Aberdeen International Youth Festival 40th Anniversary Celebrations Parade on the 4th August 2012.

The project will offer new arts experiences to young people and their communities.

This Photo was taken by Mike Webster, one of the participants in The Port Project’s research groups, which are currently investigating the history of Aberdeen’s Harbour area. Photo taken at Footdee, March 2012.

Stop Frame Animation – fully booked

The Stop Frame Animation workshop at the Aberdeen Maritime Museum is now booked up. For other workshops place look at the programme page.

Free Animation Workshop – 11-15yr olds

All Aboard for STOP Animation

Learn the basics of animation and stop motion and your local maritime heritage by taking part in a series of free workshops organized by the Arts Development tutor Iain Gildea. Using different digital media you will create your own film, taking inspiration from Aberdeen Maritime Museum’s exhibition: Hall Russell & Company; The Jewel in British Shipbuilding.1864-1992.  The finished films will be premiered in the museum in April.

  • Sponsored by KCA DEUTAG these workshops are free of charge.
    Saturdays: January 30 – March 20; 10am – 12noon, 11 – 15years
    Aberdeen Maritime Museum; Free workshop.