with Donna Maree Robinson

Suits adults, teachers and older teens


Sat 7 & Sun 8 March 2020


9am - 5pm


The Centre Beaudesert
82 Brisbane St, Beaudesert 4285


$80 for Day 1 
$150 for Days 1 & 2

Includes complimentary tea & coffee



Limited places - bookings essential by 6 March 2020

Book tickets online, in person at the Box Office, or by phone

Presented in association with Life on Film exhibition at The Centre Beaudesert Gallery.

During these full-day workshops, participants will learn how to use the Stop Motion app, on mobile phones, iPhones or iPads, to create an animated digital artwork based on collaged images they will create during the day. The workshops are sutiable for teachers, adults and older teens.  

Day 1: Introduction to Stop Motion Animation workshop.
Day 1 of the workshop will cover the basics with regards to animation and provide an introduction for participants to computer graphics; you will use the apps iMotion and Stopmotion. Participants will be able to construct their own animation during the class.

Day 2: Advanced & Editing Animation with After Effects workshop.
Day 2 will provide an introduction to editing tools from the Adobe Suite with one on one editing instruction with Adobe After Effects. It will also look at basic techniques for projection mapping. The workshop will also cover constraints to do with outdoor/ indoor projections and business basics for artists as well.  Participants must complete the Day 1 workshop to attend Day 2.


  • An iphone, mobile phone or ipad with the Stop Motion app installed.
  • A range of collage materials such as magazines, children’s books and paper pre-cut or able to be cut up.
  • Lunch or purchase it from local cafes.
  • A tripod and a clamp for attaching an iPhone/iPad. Suggested DIY tripods here

About Donna Maree Robinson

Donna Maree Robinson is an award-winning multimedia artist who is based in Mackay, Queensland. She is primarily interested in site-specific projects and works across a variety of disciplines that include large scale video projections, public works, gallery exhibitions, filmmaking and festivals. Donna has a Master of Contemporary Art from the University of Tasmania and, in 2010, was mentored by internationally renowned new media artist, Craig Walsh.

Donna Maree's work has been shown in several national and international exhibitions, including New York, London, Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, and Iceland, where she attended a 2-month Artist Residency during the winter of 2013. In 2012, Donna won the QRA Digital Art Award; and, in 2016, was a finalist for both the London based Lumen Art Prize and the Contemporary Art Awards (Australia).