18 April to 23 May, Wednesday evenings, LUX, London
Animate Projects in association with LUX is running its second evening course, led by Adam Pugh, exploring the place of animation within the broader ecology of artists’ moving image. Locating the history of animation as the history of the twentieth century, the course loosely refers in its structure to revolutions in thought. Each seminar will include extensive reference to films from the Animate Projects and LUX collections and elsewhere, and recommendations for further viewing and reading. The course is emphatically discursive in tone, with attendees encouraged to become active participants.
The course runs for six weeks, each Wednesday night starting 18 April through 23 May, 7 to 9pm. Course fees are £85, £65 for students/unemployed. Places are limited. If you would like any more information or to book a place please email firstname.lastname@example.org.