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Movement and Rhythm: Animating your Art

Movement and Rhythm: Animating your Art
Free lecture with Scott Hutchison
Thursday, November 20, 7:00–9:00 pm
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We’re pleased to offer a free lecture this November by Scott Hutchison. Hutchison is a local artist and an instructor at The Art League School who creates paintings, drawings, and animations of the human figure. If you haven’t seen his animations before, check them out in the video above, or on his YouTube channel:

His animations are made from oil paintings, graphite drawings, and other media making up the frames. They play in loops on a DVD player in a custom-made display box. At his talk in the Gallery (studio 21 on the first floor of the Torpedo Factory), Hutchison will talk about his own work and the tools and strategies for using animation in artwork. It’s free to go, but space is limited in the Gallery so you need to RSVP here!

The stills from Unseen, graphite on paper, by Scott Hutchison. Watch the animation on YouTube
The stills from Unseen, graphite on paper, by Scott Hutchison. Watch the animation on YouTube

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