Toronto Mediatheque

As part of the merry-making for the holiday season, come on over with the children to the NFB Mediatheque in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, for the early December animation workshops (for ages 3-13), and the Winter Wonderland! holiday animation workshops (for ages 6 to 13) which will be offered twice a day, at 12 PM and 3 PM, along with a holiday-themed screening program in the NFB Cinema!

The themes and schedule of the animation workshops for the holiday season are as follows:

Fun on the Slopes (3-D clay)
Celebrate the winter wonderland by animating a snowy sport!

Saturday December 4
10:30 am – 12 pm Can’t Sit Still (ages 3 – 5)
12:00 pm – 12:30 pm Screening Program
12:30 pm – 2:30 pm Animate This! (ages 6 – 13)

Sunday December 5
12:00 pm – 12:30 pm Screening Program
12:30 pm – 2:30 pm Animate This! (ages 6 – 13)

Winter Wonderland! (for ages 6-13; at 12 pm and 3 pm)

Monday December 27 Wintry Windows (2D) What’s that image forming in the frost? Your own original creation!

Tuesday December 28 – Hockey Fever (3D clay) Play Canada’s favourite sport in a whole new way!

Wednesday December 29Mush! Mush! (3D clay) Today, we’ve gone to the dogs. Join us for an animated sled race!

Thursday December 30 – Snowy Treetops (Paint on cel) Watch out for falling snow in our animated forest!

Friday December 31 – Fluffy Snowflakes (2D) They say no two snowflakes are exactly alike… animate your very own!

Sunday January 2 Holiday Baking (3D clay) Make your own tantalizing treats in our creative kitchen… no cooking experience required!

Affordable Admission

Only $5 per child, per session – an adult, at no extra charge, must accompany children. For information and registration, please call 416-973-3012.

Location

NFB MEDIATHEQUE
150 John St., Toronto, Ontario
(at the corner of John Street and Richmond Street)

Contact Info

NFB MEDIATHEQUE
150 John St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5V 3C3
(at the corner of John Street and Richmond Street)
416-973-3012
NFB.ca/mediatheque

Happy Animate This!  Holiday Season!

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