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  • News (All) | YANG C.C.

    News 27 Oct 2023 The fourth Newsletter is out! The fourth Newsletter is out! We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all project partners, participants, and supporters who contributed to the success of YANGcc. Together, we worked in fostering a generation of empowered and informed youth who will play a vital role in addressing the global climate crisis. Read More 7 Jul 2023 Curricula and materials of the training activity no.2 The first LTTA of the Erasmus+ project YANGc.c.”Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means”, took place in Sofia, Bulgaria between 7-11th of October 2022. Read More 1 Jun 2023 The third Newsletter is out! The third Newsletter of our project, “YANGc.c. – Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means”, is out! You can find out what happened in the 1 Learning Teaching Training Activity in Malmo, Sweden, between 5-9th of May 2023. Read More 22 May 2023 Animation Techniques blended LLTA in Malmö, Sweden The Erasmus+ project "YangCC: Youth as Agents to Negate Global Climate Change via Visual Means" held its second Learning Teaching Training Activities (LTTA) event in Malmö, Sweden from May 4-10. Read More 4 Apr 2023 5 reasons to use animation art in your videos Stop-motion Animation, Cut-out Animation, Flip-Book Animation, Claymation, Puppetry Animation - 5 techniques that you can use to create interactive videos to express your way of being more active in combating environmental issues, such as climate change, pollution and global warming. Read More 17 Mar 2023 Videos created in the first training activity The Activity presented the participants the topic of the use of Animation Techniques to help active youth to pass on messages on climate change via visual means. Read More 27 Jan 2023 The second Newsletter is out! The second Newsletter of our project, "YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means", is out! Read More 24 Dec 2022 4th online project meeting On December 24, 2022, YANGcc partners participated in an online meeting to discuss the ongoing of the project's and plan the next steps. Read More 9 Nov 2022 Learnings from the first Learning Teaching Training Activity What exactly is Animation? The essential basics of Photography. The art of video editing. The inspiration of combining the reality with the virtual world. Everything you need to know in order to create the perfect movie. Read More 11 Oct 2022 Animation Techniques blended LLTA, Bulgaria The first LTTA (Learning Teaching Training Activities) took place in Sofia, Bulgaria on October 7-11, 2022. Read More 2 Sept 2022 The first Newsletter is out! The first Newsletter of our project "YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means" is out! Read More 26 Aug 2022 Third online meeting: planning for activities On August 25, 2022, YANGcc partners participated in an online meeting to discuss the project's first Training Activity and plan the next steps. Read More 21 Jul 2022 Second online project management meeting Second online project management meeting. The project team decided upon a social media and digital strategy for communications that will be up in August. Read More 21 Jun 2022 Kick-off Meeting in Greece First Transnational Project Meeting in Greece, Karditsa in June 16-17th Read More 17 May 2022 Initiation of the YANGcc Erasmus+ project A new Erasmus+ project: YANGcc. First online meeting of the partners. Read More

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    News 27 Oct 2023 The fourth Newsletter is out! The fourth Newsletter is out! We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all project partners, participants, and supporters who contributed to the success of YANGcc. Together, we worked in fostering a generation of empowered and informed youth who will play a vital role in addressing the global climate crisis. Read More 7 Jul 2023 Curricula and materials of the training activity no.2 The first LTTA of the Erasmus+ project YANGc.c.”Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means”, took place in Sofia, Bulgaria between 7-11th of October 2022. Read More 1 Jun 2023 The third Newsletter is out! The third Newsletter of our project, “YANGc.c. – Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means”, is out! You can find out what happened in the 1 Learning Teaching Training Activity in Malmo, Sweden, between 5-9th of May 2023. Read More 22 May 2023 Animation Techniques blended LLTA in Malmö, Sweden The Erasmus+ project "YangCC: Youth as Agents to Negate Global Climate Change via Visual Means" held its second Learning Teaching Training Activities (LTTA) event in Malmö, Sweden from May 4-10. Read More 4 Apr 2023 5 reasons to use animation art in your videos Stop-motion Animation, Cut-out Animation, Flip-Book Animation, Claymation, Puppetry Animation - 5 techniques that you can use to create interactive videos to express your way of being more active in combating environmental issues, such as climate change, pollution and global warming. Read More 17 Mar 2023 Videos created in the first training activity The Activity presented the participants the topic of the use of Animation Techniques to help active youth to pass on messages on climate change via visual means. Read More 27 Jan 2023 The second Newsletter is out! The second Newsletter of our project, "YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means", is out! Read More 24 Dec 2022 4th online project meeting On December 24, 2022, YANGcc partners participated in an online meeting to discuss the ongoing of the project's and plan the next steps. Read More 9 Nov 2022 Learnings from the first Learning Teaching Training Activity What exactly is Animation? The essential basics of Photography. The art of video editing. The inspiration of combining the reality with the virtual world. Everything you need to know in order to create the perfect movie. Read More 11 Oct 2022 Animation Techniques blended LLTA, Bulgaria The first LTTA (Learning Teaching Training Activities) took place in Sofia, Bulgaria on October 7-11, 2022. Read More 2 Sept 2022 The first Newsletter is out! The first Newsletter of our project "YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means" is out! Read More 26 Aug 2022 Third online meeting: planning for activities On August 25, 2022, YANGcc partners participated in an online meeting to discuss the project's first Training Activity and plan the next steps. Read More 21 Jul 2022 Second online project management meeting Second online project management meeting. The project team decided upon a social media and digital strategy for communications that will be up in August. Read More 21 Jun 2022 Kick-off Meeting in Greece First Transnational Project Meeting in Greece, Karditsa in June 16-17th Read More 17 May 2022 Initiation of the YANGcc Erasmus+ project A new Erasmus+ project: YANGcc. First online meeting of the partners. Read More

  • Curricula and materials of the training activity no.2

    < Back Curricula and materials of the training activity no.2 Cristina Morar 7 Jul 2023 The first LTTA of the Erasmus+ project YANGc.c.”Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means”, took place in Sofia, Bulgaria between 7-11th of October 2022. The Erasmus+ project "YangCC: Youth as Agents to Negate Global Climate Change via Visual Means" held its second Learning Teaching Training Activities (LTTA) event in Malmö, Sweden from May 5-9th at Föreningscenter Nobel 21 Malmö. ​ The Blended Activity Animation Technique was designed to facilitate the acquisition of a comprehensive set of competencies necessary to train and instruct others (young people) in the utilisation of animation techniques. This approach empowers young people to engage in the fight against environmental problems, such as climate change. ​ Over the course of the five-day meeting, Prof. Alexander Iliev, professor, actor and anthropologist, as well as Filip Donchev, a filmmaker, actor, and educator, introduced the attendees to an overview of Animation theory, history and hardware, film editing technology, climate change concepts, and practical demonstrations of animation and video creation. Additionally, they were introduced to fundamental concepts pertaining to climate change and the ways in which human actions contribute to it that helped them to create various animations and videos. The curricula of the training activity was the following: Animation as it is prof. Alexander Iliev, PHD What is animation? a motion picture that is made from a series of drawings, computer graphics, or photographs of inanimate objects (as puppets). simulated movement by slight progressive changes in each frame. the act, process, or result of imparting life, interest, spirit, motion, or activity. the quality or condition of being alive, active, spiritual, or vigorous. Early attempts at depicting motion human imagination and religious animism cave paintings 18,000 bc asian puppet theatre 4,000 bc greek vases 430 bc Early animation devices magic lantern 1630 thaumotrope 1825 phenakisticope 1833 zoetrope 1834 praxinoscope 1877 flipbooks 1868 stop motion 1902 chalk animation 1912 silhouette animation 1927 First steps in animation Georges Méliès J. Stuart Blackton Emile Cohl Winsor Mccay Pat Sullivan And Otto Mesmer Lotte Reiniger – Silhouette Animation Max Fleischer – Rotoscope; Pose To Pose, Keyframes Cel Animation Modern animation techniques drawing animation 1900 puppet and muppet animation 1902 sand and plastic figures animation 1936 gohua 1960 3 d animation 1995 japanese anime 1997 mix techniques 1999 12 principles of animation compression and tension preparation or anticipation stage design (constant consideration of how the viewer sees the image) use of arrangements and direct phased motion through movement (or finishing) and overlapping action softening the beginning and end of movement (spacing) arcs additional action (expressive detail) timing (timing) exaggeration "one-piece" (professional) drawing attractiveness Climate Change: The Basics What is climate change and why is it happening? Questions to answer… What is the difference between the greenhouse effect, climate change and global warming? What proof do we have that climate change is happening? Why is it happening? How does it work? The Greenhouse Effect The Earth is surrounded by a thin layer of gases we call greenhouse gases. These gases are what make up our atmosphere. The thickness of the atmosphere and the concentration of its gases influence the surface temperature on any planet. What’s the difference? Global warming Is the increase of the Earth’s average surface temperature due to a build-up of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere? Climate change These are the long-term changes in climate, including average temperature and precipitation. We recognize that, although the average surface temperature may increase, the regional or local temperature may decrease or remain constant. What does “average” mean? Climate is the average weather conditions over time. Global warming refers to an increase in the Earth’s average temperature. What causes climate changes? Changes in the atmosphere Natural processes Volcanoes Tectonic plate movement Changes in the sun Shifts in Earth’s orbit Human activities – any activity that releases “greenhouse gases” into the atmosphere This map shows the five-year average variation of global surface temperatures from 1884 to 2022. Dark blue indicates areas cooler than average. Dark red indicates areas warmer than average. What proof do we have? Temperature & CO2 Data Glaciers are melting So are ice caps on both the North and South pole. Example: Portage Glacier, Alaska 1914 vs 2014 Global Sea Level Rise Climate Change in Europe Temperatures are rising, especially in winter. Extreme rainfall and flooding events (24-hr and 7-day) are more frequent. Extreme droughts and massive wildfires are more common In rural communities, forests and farmland are impacted, making crops and food more scarce and expensive for all. Climate change is impacting many plants and animals Why is climate change happening? Who? - Pollution from coal, natural gas, and oil What? Warming and sea level rise will continue and will probably occur more quickly than what we've already seen Even if greenhouse gases are stabilised, this will probably continue to occur for centuries Some effects may be permanent How? Effects on Ecosystems: Coral systems and other unique ecosystems cannot handle higher temperatures well Wildfires will increase Up to 30% of species will be at increased risk for extinction due to the rapid changes in their ecosystems Where? Effects in Europe: Warming in mountains: snow and ice melting Increased rain, storms and floods Heat waves will increase in number, length, and intensity Lack of drinking water Here? climate related events over the last 40 years have caused more than € 487 billion in financial losses in the EU between 1980 and 2020, over 138 000 people in the EU lost their lives due to extreme weather and climate related events the economic cost of river flooding in Europe exceeds € 5 billion a year on average forest fires cause about € 2 billion of economic damage every year We are killing our Mother Nature ie . we are slowly and surely killing ourselves Making a film Script (scenario) - Storyboard Positionson in the film crew: Creative and Support (Technical) Filming period Post production The scenario as a story of a battle: Narration of an extraordinary event with 3 conditions fulfilled: unity of place (in a precisely defined space) unity of time (within life events for only 10 minutes) unity of action (overcoming a single problem) Five-sentence plot canvas collision (beginning of the conflict, collision, struggle between A and B) twist 1 (first turn in the fight, A knocks B down) twist 2 (second twist in the fight, B knocks A down) vicissitudes 3 (third twist in the fight, A knocks B down again) catastrophe (end, collapse, fiasco of one of the two characters or both) Age and brief description of the main actors of objects - up to 3 people/objects The scenario as it happens: Written answers with 1 simple sentence each to the questions: who? (the main character) when? (specific time of occurrence) where? (specific place of action) what? (the action by which the problem is overcome or not) why? (the cause of the problem) for what? (the global cause of the problem) how? (how the problem was solved or not) Discussion in the following stages: Topic (what it's about, the main issue) Plot in 5 sentences (collision, 3 vicissitudes, catastrophe) Idea (what we want to say, like a slogan) Conflict (who are fighting what) Separating the characters around the conflict (+, –, ~) Composition (open or closed, 1 main or many) Genre (point of view, comedy, tragedy or drama) Address (for what audience is it intended, children, young, mature or old) Script in 2 pages (only verbs and lines ie action) Types of plans - basic General plan; Middle plan; Close-up Types of plans - auxiliary American Plan; Close-up; Gross Types of angles - objects Usual; Side; Upper; Bottom; At an angle Types of angles - subjects Profiled; Central; Upper; Bottom; At an angle Types of camera movements Panoramic (left or right) Schwenk (up or down) Fart (camera on the trolley or rails) Parallel Round Crane (Raise or lower camera with crane) Subjective Camera (from the character's point of view) By hand (without character involvement) Attached (to character) Steadicam Devil Advocate DUTIES Creative: * (copyright holders) Screenwriter Producer Director Operator Editor Composer or sound engineer Painter Animator (no copyright) Actors Musicians Stunts Doubles DUTIES Technical (support) team: * General Editor Field Editor Assistant director Camera technician Scripter Illuminator Sound operator Organizer Makeup artist Wardrobe Props officer Host-supplier Field worker Security Filming Filming period: Preparation of sets Preparation of the actors Rehearsals with a camera Shooting takes Description of the material Post-production: Review the material Selection of good takes Montage of footage Special effects Sound mastering Mastering the film The Plan Who is who? Who is when? Who is where? Production Distribution of positions Defining the topic Script development Creating the storyboard Shooting the raw material Post-production Checking the material Installation and Nachsynchron Premiere Screening of the films Discussing the movies Oscars Previous Next

  • Results | YANG C.C.

    Newsletters Newsletter no.1 Newsletter no.2 Newsletter no.3 Newsletter no.4 Learning Teaching Training Activities 2nd Animation Techniques blended Learning Teaching Training Activity in Malmö, Sweden The Erasmus+ project "YangCC: Youth as Agents to Negate Global Climate Change via Visual Means" held its second Learning Teaching Training Activities (LTTA) event in Malmö, Sweden from May 4-10 at Föreningscenter Nobel 21 Malmö. ​ The Blended Activity Animation Technique was designed to facilitate the acquisition of a comprehensive set of competencies necessary to train and instruct others (young people) in the utilisation of animation techniques. This approach empowers young people to engage in the fight against environmental problems, such as climate change. ​ Over the course of the five-day meeting, Prof. Alexander Iliev, professor, actor and anthropologist, as well as Filip Donchev, a filmmaker, actor, and educator, introduced the attendees to an overview of Animation theory, history and hardware, film editing technology, climate change concepts, and practical demonstrations of animation and video creation. Additionally, they were introduced to fundamental concepts pertaining to climate change and the ways in which human actions contribute to it that helped them to create various animations and videos. The meeting also gave the participants the opportunity to celebrate Europe Day at STUDIO Malmö, an event organised by Malmö stad, Malmö University, Europa Direkt Skåne and Malmö Ideella, attended the Association Gala of Malmö (#föreningsgalanmalmö) and participated in an Intercultural night where they exchanged and learned about traditions from the countries that are partners in the project: Sweden, Greece and Bulgaria. ​ The curriculum of the training course was the following: What exactly is Animation? The essential basics of Photography The art of video editing The inspiration of combining the reality with the virtual world Everything you need to know in order to create the perfect movie Practical session Presenting the materials created Find out more Curricula and materials of the training activity no.2 The second LTTA of the Erasmus+ project YANGc.c.”Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means”, took place Malmö, Sweden from May 4-10th of 2023. ​ Over the course of the five-day meeting, Prof. Alexander Iliev, professor, actor and anthropologist, as well as Filip Donchev, a filmmaker, actor, and educator, introduced the attendees to an overview of Animation theory, history and hardware, film editing technology, climate change concepts, and practical demonstrations of animation and video creation. Additionally, they were introduced to fundamental concepts pertaining to climate change and the ways in which human actions contribute to it that helped them to create various animations and videos. See curricula... 1st Animation Techniques blended Learning Teaching Training Activity in Sofia, Bulgaria The first LTTA of the Erasmus+ project YANGc.c.”Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means”, took place in Sofia, Bulgaria between 7-11th of October 2022. The Activity presented the participants the topic of the use of Animation Techniques to help active youth to pass on messages on climate change via visual means. ​ During the first meeting of the project, the participants received a short introduction to film editing technology by Filip Donchev, filmmaker, actor and teacher, and were introduced to a set of skills needed in order to understand and be able to train others in the use of techniques related to animation as a means to empower youth to actively participate in the fight against environmental issues such as climate change. Find out more Curricula and materials of the training activity no.1 The first LTTA (Learning Teaching Training Activities) of the Erasmus+ project YANGcc took place in Sofia, Bulgaria on October 7-11, 2022. The Activity presented the participants the topic of the use of Animation Techniques to help active youth to pass on messages on climate change via visual means. During the meeting, the participants received a short introduction to film editing technology by Filip Donchev, filmmaker, actor and teacher, and were introduced to Animation theory, history and hardware. to help the gather a set of skills needed in order to understand and be able to train others in the use of techniques related to animation as a means to empower youth to actively participate in the fight against environmental issues such as climate change. See curricula... All Videos All Categories Play Video Play Video 01:59 YangCC Project Practicing animation with Adobe Premiere elements This video is reuniting some of the animation videos created while practicing some elements of Adobe Premiere by the participants of the second Learning Teaching Training Activity part of the YANGc.c. Erasmus+ project that was held in Malmo, Sweden between 5-9 May 2023 in their first day of the training. YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means - is an Erasmus+ project that aims to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. The YANG.c.c. Project (Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means) is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and will be implemented from May 2022 to October 2023. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project Code: 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 Play Video Play Video 00:37 YangCC Project Mountain of ... banana peel (skin) This video was created by the participants of the second Learning Teaching Training Activity part of the YANGc.c. Erasmus+ project that was held in Malmo, Sweden between 5-9 May 2023. YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means - is an Erasmus+ project that aims to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. The YANG.c.c. Project (Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means) is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and will be implemented from May 2022 to October 2023. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project Code: 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 Play Video Play Video 01:16 YangCC Project How plastic transforms our life © Music: Boban Apostolov - Rock and Roll Jeans This video was created by the participants of the second Learning Teaching Training Activity part of the YANGc.c. Erasmus+ project that was held in Malmo, Sweden between 5-9 May 2023. YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means - is an Erasmus+ project that aims to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. The YANG.c.c. Project (Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means) is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and will be implemented from May 2022 to October 2023. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project Code: 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 Play Video Play Video 01:31 YangCC Project It is time to save the nature! This video was created by the participants of the second Learning Teaching Training Activity part of the YANGc.c. Erasmus+ project that was held in Malmo, Sweden between 5-9 May 2023. YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means - is an Erasmus+ project that aims to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. The YANG.c.c. Project (Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means) is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and will be implemented from May 2022 to October 2023. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project Code: 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 Play Video Play Video 01:40 YangCC Project How to plant a tree - animation This video was created by the participants of the second Learning Teaching Training Activity part of the YANGc.c. Erasmus+ project that was held in Malmo, Sweden between 5-9 May 2023. YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means - is an Erasmus+ project that aims to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. The YANG.c.c. Project (Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means) is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and will be implemented from May 2022 to October 2023. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project Code: 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 Play Video Play Video 02:03 YangCC Project Beauty of the earth This video was created by the participants of the second Learning Teaching Training Activity part of the YANGc.c. Erasmus+ project that was held in Malmo, Sweden between 5-9 May 2023. YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means - is an Erasmus+ project that aims to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. The YANG.c.c. Project (Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means) is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and will be implemented from May 2022 to October 2023. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project Code: 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 Play Video Play Video 01:39 YangCC Project Kostaki - Captain Planet, saving the earth of cans This video was created by the participants of the second Learning Teaching Training Activity part of the YANGc.c. Erasmus+ project that was held in Malmo, Sweden between 5-9 May 2023. YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means - is an Erasmus+ project that aims to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. The YANG.c.c. Project (Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means) is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and will be implemented from May 2022 to October 2023. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project Code: 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 Play Video Play Video 01:03 YangCC Project Plant a tree This video was created by the participants of the second Learning Teaching Training Activity part of the YANGc.c. Erasmus+ project that was held in Malmo, Sweden between 5-9 May 2023. YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means - is an Erasmus+ project that aims to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. The YANG.c.c. Project (Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means) is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and will be implemented from May 2022 to October 2023. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project Code: 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 Play Video Play Video 01:01 YangCC Project Pollution is not a choice This video was created by the participants of the second Learning Teaching Training Activity part of the YANGc.c. Erasmus+ project that was held in Malmo, Sweden between 5-9 May 2023. YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means - is an Erasmus+ project that aims to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. The YANG.c.c. Project (Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means) is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and will be implemented from May 2022 to October 2023. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project Code: 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 Play Video Play Video 00:37 YangCC Project The sea of waste This video was created by the participants of the second Learning Teaching Training Activity part of the YANGc.c. Erasmus+ project that was held in Malmo, Sweden between 5-9 May 2023. YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means - is an Erasmus+ project that aims to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. The YANG.c.c. Project (Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means) is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and will be implemented from May 2022 to October 2023. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project Code: 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 Play Video Play Video 02:58 YangCC Project Act now for our planet! This video was created by the participants of the first Learning Teaching Training Activity part of the YANGc.c. Erasmus+ project that was held in Sofia, Bulgaria between 7-11 October 2022. YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means - is an Erasmus+ project that aims to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. The YANG.c.c. Project (Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means) is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and will be implemented from May 2022 to October 2023. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project Code: 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 Play Video Play Video 02:10 YangCC Project Climate Change - Rising temperatures This video was created by the participants of the first Learning Teaching Training Activity part of the YANGc.c. Erasmus+ project that was held in Sofia, Bulgaria between 7-11 October 2022. YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means - is an Erasmus+ project that aims to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. The YANG.c.c. Project (Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means) is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and will be implemented from May 2022 to October 2023. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project Code: 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 Play Video Play Video 01:03 YangCC Project Biodiversity of our planet This video was created by the participants of the first Learning Teaching Training Activity part of the YANGc.c. Erasmus+ project that was held in Sofia, Bulgaria between 7-11 October 2022. YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means - is an Erasmus+ project that aims to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. The YANG.c.c. Project (Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means) is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and will be implemented from May 2022 to October 2023. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project Code: 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 Play Video Play Video 01:13 YangCC Project Be the change! This video was created by the participants of the first Learning Teaching Training Activity part of the YANGc.c. Erasmus+ project that was held in Sofia, Bulgaria between 7-11 October 2022. YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means - is an Erasmus+ project that aims to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. The YANG.c.c. Project (Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means) is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and will be implemented from May 2022 to October 2023. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project Code: 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 Play Video Play Video 02:24 YangCC Project Act now! by Alex & Mario © Music: Costanzo Padovano - Climate Change This video was created by the participants of the first Learning Teaching Training Activity part of the YANGc.c. Erasmus+ project that was held in Sofia, Bulgaria between 7-11 October 2022. YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means - is an Erasmus+ project that aims to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. The YANG.c.c. Project (Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means) is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and will be implemented from May 2022 to October 2023. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project Code: 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 Play Video Play Video 01:03 YangCC Project Urban forests by Anna and Nikola This video was created by the participants of the first Learning Teaching Training Activity part of the YANGc.c. Erasmus+ project that was held in Sofia, Bulgaria between 7-11 October 2022. YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means - is an Erasmus+ project that aims to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. The YANG.c.c. Project (Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means) is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and will be implemented from May 2022 to October 2023. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project Code: 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 Play Video Play Video 01:22 YangCC Project Our fish are disappearing Victoria & Emmi This video was created by the participants of the first Learning Teaching Training Activity part of the YANGc.c. Erasmus+ project that was held in Sofia, Bulgaria between 7-11 October 2022. YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means - is an Erasmus+ project that aims to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. The YANG.c.c. Project (Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means) is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and will be implemented from May 2022 to October 2023. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project Code: 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 Play Video Play Video 00:36 YangCC Project How to use different materials to create an animation video - Water world This video was created by the participants of the first Learning Teaching Training Activity part of the YANGc.c. Erasmus+ project that was held in Sofia, Bulgaria between 7-11 October 2022. YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means - is an Erasmus+ project that aims to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. The YANG.c.c. Project (Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means) is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and will be implemented from May 2022 to October 2023. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project Code: 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 Play Video Play Video 01:05 YangCC Project The life of Pingu - Keep the oceans plastic free! This video was created by the participants of the first Learning Teaching Training Activity part of the YANGc.c. Erasmus+ project that was held in Sofia, Bulgaria between 7-11 October 2022. YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means - is an Erasmus+ project that aims to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. The YANG.c.c. Project (Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means) is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and will be implemented from May 2022 to October 2023. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project Code: 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 Play Video Play Video 01:26 YangCC Project Climate change matter by Jemila This video was created by the participants of the first Learning Teaching Training Activity part of the YANGc.c. Erasmus+ project that was held in Sofia, Bulgaria between 7-11 October 2022. YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means - is an Erasmus+ project that aims to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. The YANG.c.c. Project (Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means) is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and will be implemented from May 2022 to October 2023. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project Code: 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 Play Video Play Video 00:39 YangCC Project Pests forest This video was created by the participants of the first Learning Teaching Training Activity part of the YANGc.c. Erasmus+ project that was held in Sofia, Bulgaria between 7-11 October 2022. YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means - is an Erasmus+ project that aims to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. The YANG.c.c. Project (Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means) is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and will be implemented from May 2022 to October 2023. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project Code: 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 Play Video Play Video 00:55 YangCC Project Our climate is changing! by Emmi and Victoria © Music: Hans Zimmer Cornfield Chase This video was created by the participants of the first Learning Teaching Training Activity part of the YANGc.c. Erasmus+ project that was held in Sofia, Bulgaria between 7-11 October 2022. YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means - is an Erasmus+ project that aims to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. The YANG.c.c. Project (Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means) is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and will be implemented from May 2022 to October 2023. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project Code: 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 Play Video Play Video 00:36 YangCC Project The end of Nemo This video was created by the participants of the first Learning Teaching Training Activity part of the YANGc.c. Erasmus+ project that was held in Sofia, Bulgaria between 7-11 October 2022. YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means - is an Erasmus+ project that aims to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. The YANG.c.c. Project (Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means) is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and will be implemented from May 2022 to October 2023. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project Code: 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 Play Video Play Video 00:38 YangCC Project Best lesson to create an animation video © Music: Boris Skalsky - String Arpeggios Nature strikes back! is a video was created by the participants of the first Learning Teaching Training Activity part of the YANGc.c. Erasmus+ project that was held in Sofia, Bulgaria between 7-11 October 2022. YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means - is an Erasmus+ project that aims to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. The YANG.c.c. Project (Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means) is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and will be implemented from May 2022 to October 2023. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project Code: 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 Play Video Play Video 03:24 YangCC Project Shocking animation of pollution - Act now! This video was created by the participants of the first Learning Teaching Training Activity part of the YANGc.c. Erasmus+ project that was held in Sofia, Bulgaria between 7-11 October 2022. YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means - is an Erasmus+ project that aims to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. The YANG.c.c. Project (Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means) is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and will be implemented from May 2022 to October 2023. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project Code: 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 Play Video Play Video 00:59 YangCC Project Stop polluting our oceans! animation by Ntinos and Khalid This video was created by the participants of the first Learning Teaching Training Activity part of the YANGc.c. Erasmus+ project that was held in Sofia, Bulgaria between 7-11 October 2022. YANGc.c. - Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means - is an Erasmus+ project that aims to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. The YANG.c.c. Project (Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means) is co-funded by the ERASMUS+ programme of the European Union and will be implemented from May 2022 to October 2023. Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them. Project Code: 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 Videos

  • Kick-off Meeting in Greece

    < Back Kick-off Meeting in Greece KC kompetenscenter 21 Jun 2022 First Transnational Project Meeting in Greece, Karditsa in June 16-17th The kick-off meeting of the project management team was held in Greece, Athens in June 16-17th 2022. The host welcomed all participants, and proceeded to introduce the venue and the organization providing it. All partners officially presented their organizations and their activities. The meeting continued with presentations and discussions about the projects aim, results, expectations, and practical planning for the project administration and upcoming meetings. Projects objectives: To present an easy path for youth to be active on the field of climate change, by shaping and producing animation projects of their own, in order to increase their voice and output, enabling them to pass on ideas and messages to policymakers and the wider public. To orchestrate training events to directly educate the target groups, providing them a set of key knowledge and skills relevant to animation creation as a tool of giving people the power to speak up and voice their concerns. To disseminate the project results to a large number of relevant target groups and stakeholders, including educational institutions and environmental policy makers. Previous Next

  • Initiation of the YANGcc Erasmus+ project

    < Back Initiation of the YANGcc Erasmus+ project KC kompetenscenter 17 May 2022 A new Erasmus+ project: YANGcc. First online meeting of the partners. The Erasmus+ project YANGcc - "Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means" was approved by the Swedish NA, and it will be implemented for 18 months starting from 1st of May 2022 and ending in 1st November 2023. With partners from Swede, Grece and Bulgaria, the project management team had a first online meeting to move forward with its initiation, proper management, to discuss and evaluate the project’s tasks. About the project The project proposes the use of animation technology as a means to empower youth to actively participate in the fight against environmental issues such as climate change. It aims to create a set of training courses for youth trainers, to allow them to understand animation technology and integrate it in their training routines, in order to empower youth to imbue animation videos with their messages on climate change issues and solutions, thus becoming active citizens in combating climate change. To achive its objectives, the project proposes two training courses. These training courses will be targeted at youth trainers mixed with youth learners (leaders), providing them with the necessary skill set needed to understand animation technology and its functions. Thereafter, these youth trainers assisted by the leaders will train youth on those topics locally, bringing their newly found skills to use, and guiding them to create short animation films on the topic of climate change and through the video's publication. The project partners are expected to propose the curricula to be used during the training courses, implement the pilot courses on youth trainers and in turn test the effects of those courses by implementing pilot youth trainings. The youth participants will in turn create short animation videos which will be uploaded on online platforms and disseminated. The project is expected to reach out to other youth education organizations, and inspire them to use the methodologies proposed in turn. Previous Next

  • The fourth Newsletter is out!

    < Back The fourth Newsletter is out! Cristina Morar 27 Oct 2023 The fourth Newsletter is out! We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all project partners, participants, and supporters who contributed to the success of YANGcc. Together, we worked in fostering a generation of empowered and informed youth who will play a vital role in addressing the global climate crisis. The fourth Newsletter is out! We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all project partners, participants, and supporters who contributed to the success of YANGcc. Together, we worked in fostering a generation of empowered and informed youth who will play a vital role in addressing the global climate crisis. Key activities and achievements: 1. Training Courses: 2 training courses took place in Sofia and Malmo. The comprehensive training courses targeted youth trainers and learners, delving into animation technology, including Stop-motion Animation, Cut-out Animation, Flip-Book Animation, Claymation, Puppetry Animation. These equipped participants to convey their messages effectively. 2. Participants: 24 youth trainers and 24 young leaders successfully completed the training courses. They are now equipped not only with an understanding of animation technology but also with the skills to effectively communicate climate change issues. 3. Local Activities: Partners successfully organized local courses, engaging youth in creating impactful animation videos on climate change. These activities not only enhanced local awareness but also inspired young minds to take proactive steps. 4. Video Production: A collaborative effort resulted in the production of 26 impactful videos on climate change. Through animation, diverse perspectives were expressed, educating and advocating for a sustainable future. 5. Online Platforms: To amplify the reach of the project, a dedicated YouTube channel was created to showcase participant animations. Additionally, a dynamic project website and social media accounts were established to foster online discussions and idea sharing. These achievements stand as a testament to youth empowerment and the lasting impact of the YANGcc project. Stay tuned for more updates on our journey towards a sustainable future. #YANGcc #ClimateAction 🌍🎬 YANGcc newsletter 4 .pdf Download PDF • 718KB Previous Next

  • Second online project management meeting

    < Back Second online project management meeting Malmö Ideella 21 Jul 2022 Second online project management meeting. The project team decided upon a social media and digital strategy for communications that will be up in August. The project team decided upon a social media and digital strategy for communications that will be up in August. Further discussed that these meeting should be held every second month so we will have a follow-up and quality assessment ensured. Previous Next

  • Animation Techniques blended LLTA in Malmö, Sweden

    < Back Animation Techniques blended LLTA in Malmö, Sweden Cristina Morar 22 May 2023 The Erasmus+ project "YangCC: Youth as Agents to Negate Global Climate Change via Visual Means" held its second Learning Teaching Training Activities (LTTA) event in Malmö, Sweden from May 4-10. The Erasmus+ project "YangCC: Youth as Agents to Negate Global Climate Change via Visual Means" held its second Learning Teaching Training Activities (LTTA) event in Malmö, Sweden from May 4-10. The Blended Activity Animation Technique was designed to facilitate the acquisition of a comprehensive set of competencies necessary to train and instruct others (young people) in the utilisation of animation techniques. This approach empowers young people to engage in the fight against environmental problems, such as climate change. Over the course of the five-day meeting, Prof. Alexander Iliev, professor, actor and anthropologist, as well as Filip Donchev, a filmmaker, actor, and educator, introduced the attendees to an overview of Animation theory, history and hardware, film editing technology, climate change concepts, and practical demonstrations of animation and video creation. Additionally, they were introduced to fundamental concepts pertaining to climate change and the ways in which human actions contribute to it that helped them to create various animations and videos. The meeting also gave the participants the opportunity to celebrate Europe Day at @studio21, an event organised by University of Malmo, EurodeskSweden, EuropeDirektLund and Malmo Idella, and attended the Association Gala of Malmö (Föreningsgalan Malmö) and participated in an Intercultural night where they exchanged and learned about traditions from the countries that are partners in the project: Sweden, Greece and Bulgaria. Previous Next

  • 5 reasons to use animation art in your videos

    < Back 5 reasons to use animation art in your videos Cristina Morar 4 Apr 2023 Stop-motion Animation, Cut-out Animation, Flip-Book Animation, Claymation, Puppetry Animation - 5 techniques that you can use to create interactive videos to express your way of being more active in combating environmental issues, such as climate change, pollution and global warming. The world is becoming increasingly interconnected and, with this, the importance of reaching extended demographic areas has become more important than ever. In particular, the need to address environmental issues has become a major focus for many organizations and governments. Reaching out to extended demographic areas is an important part of any effort to effect change on a global scale. This requires not only an understanding of the challenges and opportunities these areas face, but also an effective strategy for engaging them in meaningful dialogue. To do this effectively, organizations must be mindful of cultural differences when attempting to engage different communities in environmental conversations. In addition, it is equally important that those leading the charge to make positive changes are aware of their own biases and prejudices when addressing environmental issues. For instance, many organizations may have limited exposure or experience working with populations from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds who may have different perspectives on environmental policies. It is essential that these groups are given equal consideration when crafting strategies for addressing environmental concerns in extended demographic areas. Stop-motion Animation, Cut-out Animation, Flip-Book Animation, Claymation, Puppetry Animation - 5 techniques that you can use to create interactive videos to express your way of being more active in combating environmental issues, such as climate change, pollution and global warming. We prepared for you 5 reasons why you should consider using animations in your video: #1 Easy way to tell your story Storytelling through videos can be an effective way to engage the public on important and complex issues such as climate change. The videos can have a big impact as they are able to show what is happening in a very vivid and clear way. #2 Videos attract If you want to increase your conversion rate, try using animation. Animation can help to grab attention and guide users through your content, making it more likely that they will convert. #3 It's simple to comprehend Video delivers high value and impact, its ability to connect with and inspire trust in audiences. There are several reasons for this: video content helps your audience to easily learn about a certain issue or cause. Visual cues help memory processing and memory recall. This is clear with learning in general: lots of people learn quicker and/or better with the association of photos and their respective words. Jemila stop polluting #4 It can reach an extended demographic areas If it weren't for social media, the content might not reach as many people from as many demographics as quickly. Nowadays, anyone can become an environmental activist without a credential or book deal; they simply need to pick up their phone and take action on an issue they care about. #5 Video is versatile Video combines the explanatory power of imagery, text and audio to share a lot of information very efficiently. 94% of video marketers say video has helped increase user understanding of their product or service. Got complex information to get across? Explainer videos are especially good at this. Video content can also be turned into different communication and marketing materials. Through the magic of editing, longer-form videos can be cut down into bitesize social media clips. Additionally, it’s relatively simple to convert into beautiful still images and eye-catching gifs. Previous Next

  • Third online meeting: planning for activities

    < Back Third online meeting: planning for activities Cristina Morar 26 Aug 2022 On August 25, 2022, YANGcc partners participated in an online meeting to discuss the project's first Training Activity and plan the next steps. On August 25, 2022, YANGcc partners participated in an online meeting to discuss the project's first Training Activity and plan the next steps. In accordance with this project, a Training Activity will be held in Sofia, Bulgaria, between 6-12 October 2022 and aims to present the topic of using Animation Techniques to help active youth pass on climate change messages via visual means. The #Erasmus + project YANGcc - "Youth as Agents to Negate Global climate change via visual means" code 2021-2-SE02-KA210-YOU-000048624 main objective is to use animation technology to empower youth to be active in the field of climate change. Malmö Ideella Dracon Rules Design Studio Centre for capacity building & empowerment Pnevma LLC #erasmusplus #yangcc #ka210 #climatechange Previous Next

  • Animation Techniques blended LLTA, Bulgaria

    < Back Animation Techniques blended LLTA, Bulgaria ​ 11 Oct 2022 The first LTTA (Learning Teaching Training Activities) took place in Sofia, Bulgaria on October 7-11, 2022. The Activity presented the participants the topic of the use of Animation Techniques to help active youth to pass on messages on climate change via visual means. During the meeting, the participants received a short introduction to film editing technology by Filip Donchev, filmmaker, actor and teacher, and were introduced to Animation theory, history and hardware. to help the gather a set of skills needed in order to understand and be able to train others in the use of techniques related to animation as a means to empower youth to actively participate in the fight against environmental issues such as climate change. The curriculum of the training course was the following: What exactly is Animation? The essential basics of Photography The art of video editing The inspiration of combining the reality with the virtual world Everything you need to know in order to create the perfect movie Practical session Presenting the materials created #ErasmusPlus #yangcc #KA210 #ClimateChange #DraconRDS #youthwork #erasmus #MobilityEU #erasmusplusproject #animationart #training Previous Next

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