Computer Animation

Student drawing a duck

June 20 - 24, 2022

8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 

For campers entering grades 8 - 12
COMMUTER CAMP - GREEN BAY CAMPUS
Cost - $365
Have fun breathing new life into your drawings during this character animation course led by Professor Tom Wallestad and local artist Phil Enderby.  Learn traditional animation theory, principles, and techniques and apply them through the powerful Adobe Animate computer program.  Each camper will explore character development, invent a storyline, and create cartoon animated shorts. 
 
Camp Supply List
 
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Health Forms

​Our camp Health Forms are electronic!  You will receive an e-mail closer to camp that will prompt you to fill out your Health Form online.  Health Forms must be filled out online before your camper checks-in to camp.

COVID-19 Policies & Guidelines

PLEASE REVIEW OUR COVID-19 POLICIES WEBPAGE prior to registering for camp.

General Camp Policies

We look forward to working with you and making sure that you have a fun, safe, exciting experience! Certain policies have been developed in order to assure your safety and well-being. The camp reserves the right, upon notification of parents/guardians to dismiss any camper during any session for improper dress, conduct, language, or attitude which, in the judgment of the administrative or counseling staff, is deemed detrimental to the other campers or smooth operation of the camp. If in the judgment of the administrative or counseling staff, your conduct violates any rules and regulations, you may be dismissed without refund of fees and/or referred to appropriate authorities.

Please review our General Camp Policies prior to attending camp:

 

Health Services and Insurance

The UW-Green Bay Health and Counseling Center is closed during the summer. Therefore, parents/guardians will be notified of any suspected or known illness or injury. Accident insurance through the University of Wisconsin is provided for all camps. This limited policy covers injuries relating to camp accidents only. It is understood that medical costs in excess of camp insurance will be borne by parents or guardians.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations can be made up to 2 weeks prior to the start of camp. A $25 administrative fee is charged for all cancellations, the remainder will be refunded to you. No cancellations or refunds are available with less than two weeks notice. If camper must cancel for medical reasons, including COVID-19, full refunds are provided. To cancel, please call 920-465-2775 or email camps@uwgb.edu

In the event a camper requests to switch camp sessions, an additional $25 processing fee will be applied.

We reserve the right to cancel any camp due to low enrollment; in such a case, all fees paid will be refunded or the camper can choose to apply fees to a different camp/class in the same year.

Overpayments of less than $10 will not be refunded.

Campus Map and Directions

The following link will provide you with printable maps and directions to campus: Maps & Directions

Camp Instructors
Tom Wallestad

Professor Tom Wallestad is inspired by the diversity of visual media in the world, ranging from fine art to various subgenres. He earned a BA degree in studio arts, graphic design and theatre from UW-Green Bay and an MFA in computer graphics from Syracuse University. He is the director of the Art program and founder of the Graphic Arts major at Marian University, Fond du Lac. There he teaches graphic design, illustration, cartooning, animation, digital imaging, printmaking, multi-media and various art classes. For UW-Green Bay’s Summer Art Studio, he has taught young artists cartooning, comic book illustration and animation for over 20 years. His research of these art forms has led him to numerous national and international locations, including a sabbatical to study in Japan. As an artist, he draws on years of experience to solve visual design problems by combining digital art methods and the traditional handmade art techniques. His recent creative work includes a scenic design for a musical based on a graphic novel performed on the main stage of UW-Green Bay’s Theatre Hall.  

Phil Enderby

Picture of Phil EnderbyPhil Enderby is an award-winning artist, former UW-Green Bay Summer Art Studio camper, former student of UW-Green Bay, and has been a Summer Art Studio instructor for over ten years.  While working in printmaking, photography, video/audio, and graphic arts, his work has been featured in the Hardy Gallery and the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, as well as the Minneapolis Underground Film Festival and the Brooklyn Film Festival.

Contact

If you have questions about youth camp registration or payment please contact us at 920-465-2775 or camps@uwgb.edu.

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