[Bf-education] 3Dami summer school
wes at cgcookie.com
Wed Aug 12 21:28:34 CEST 2015
Regarding offering education to kids or even school programs; recently CG Cookie has started up an outreach program that may be a good fit to help out, or align some content to help get the kids up to speed with Blender with curated learning flows or custom sponsorship.
Would be happy to help out where we could or if not us, at least point you in the right direction.
> On Aug 12, 2015, at 2:20 PM, Monique <m.dewanchand at atmind.nl> wrote:
> Hello Pete,
> That is pretty cool!
> It would be great to host a summercamp in NL, where kids create mini movies. Maybe something for next summer.
> Creating these mini films, is something that kids want to learn. But not only during a summer school, but continuous. Have you thought about an approach where we can have tutorials online explaning how to create a movie?
> So that kids can learn in their spare time as well? And teachers can teach this as well at schools? And perhaps with some help of blender educators?
> I received (again) today this question from a 15 year old kid and his father.
> Op 11/08/15 om 21:50 schreef Peter Kemp:
>> Dear All,
>> Our England based 3D animation summer school, 3Dami <http://3dami.org/>, has finished. We had 44 students aged 13 - 18 working in mini film studios for 7 days and creating 5 films. All work that you see is theirs (except for some textures and the sound.) Only one student had any formal training. We've been partnering with Universities and managed to get a 500 node render farm at UCL and a 177 node render farm in Bath
>> UCL films: http://www.3dami.org.uk/?page_id=1104 <http://www.3dami.org.uk/?page_id=1104>
>> University of Bath Films: http://www.3dami.org.uk/?page_id=1124 <http://www.3dami.org.uk/?page_id=1124>
>> We're trying to prove the point that you don't need to dumb down the software for younger students.
>> If anyone is interested in running a 3Dami at their uni, get in touch!
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