Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Last month, I was invited by fellow autism advocate, Dani Bowman, to teach animation for Acting Antics in Frazer Pennsylvania. For one week, I led the class where a dozen students created their own animations using Flip Boom Allstar.
Acting Antics was founded in 2007 by Cindy Schneider. Cindy brought more than 20 years of special education experience and a love of the arts to life with a number of annual sessions that take place throughout the year. Other than animation, there are classes offered for theatre, improv acting, and dancing.
For more information about Acting Antics, visit their website at www.actingantics.org.
Cindy Schneider has also written a book about teaching drama to individuals on the autism spectrum. This book in available on Amazon. Just click here.
Here are some photos from the Acting Antics Animation Program: