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Film clip still from an advert for Margarine

Animation and cinema technology

Date: Wednesday 21 March 2018

Venue: National Library of Scotland, Kelvin Hall, Glasgow

Time: 16.00-17.30

This hands-on session will guide you through a journey of early cinema in Scotland, including the many forms of animation which kick started the beginnings of film, up to tablet film-making technology used in schools today. We will highlight resources which can be used for social subjects, including local history projects, STEM and digital literacy.

To register, book via CPD Manager or phone Glasgow Museums bookings hub on 0141 276 9505. For further information, contact Learning and Outreach via 0141 880 2302 or email movingimagelearning@nls.uk.

For more information on the National Library of Scotland at Kelvin Hall schools programme, click Schools programme.

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