"Students develop their appreciation for great story-telling by developing and filming their own stop-motion movies," the event post states. "Children work in pairs to create their own stories using elements of plot, setting, rising action, conflict, and resolution. Once characters and backgrounds are made, students use computers, webcams and special software to bring their stories to life."
"Using freely available software from the industry leader Autodesk, students learn to sketch, model, sculpt, and colorize their own 3D designs," the event post states. "Completed designs can then be shared on the internet or printed in a variety of different materials."
Finally there is a Video Game Design class for students in grades 3-5 at 5 p.m. on Tuesday.
"Students learn the fundamentals of object-oriented programming through video game design while creating their own game," the event post states. "All students work at their own pace, making this a great workshop for both new and more experienced game makers. Don’t tell the kids, but while creating the games, they will be learning math, geometry, design, logic, and object-oriented programming."