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Read On – Making it Move: A Short History of Animation Paperback – 12 Nov 2012
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About the Author
Samuel Connor is an artist and a teacher. He studied Drawing and Painting at Edinburgh College of Art, then completed a Masters in Education at the University of Cambridge. He teaches art to students aged 11–18, exploring topics such as animation, photography, drawing, painting and sculpture. His aim is to inspire young people to get involved in art and be creative!
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