Friday 6 August 2010, 12:49
Calling all young budding film-makers... Children aged between five and 13 will be able to take part in free movie-making workshops in Swansea's Castle Square this month as the Tate Movie Project rolls into the city on 17 August.
Youngsters will be able to get a special insight into film-making in the Tate Movie Truck; a state-of-the-art creative learning studio, complete with sound studio space, computers and a screening facility. It is run by artists and film-makers from the Tate Gallery, as well as experts from Aardman Animations.
The Tate Movie Project is a series of national roadshows, gallery workshops and online activities designed to create an animated film completely made by and for children.
Spaces for the workshops are likely to be limited, so get in there quickly. Contact the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery for further information.
The Tate Movie Project is also set to visit Haverfordwest and Aberystwyth - visit the website for more information.
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