Hear 'Em Roar At Ulster Museum!

Hear 'Em Roar At Ulster Museum!

Nerve Belfast joined with the Ulster Museum to host iMad 2015. Inspired by the Museum’s latest ‘Deadly Dragons’ exhibition, young people have been creating their own dragon-themed video games, movies and animations using Green Screen Movie FX. 

Jen McParland, Education Manager at Nerve Belfast CLC said, 'Our iMad workshops, in partnership with the Ulster Museum, are the highlight of the summer calendar. This year we’re working closely with the museum to bring this fantastic exhibition to life using digital technology – we can’t wait to see what the kids create with their imagination.'

Colleen Watters, Head of Learning and Partnership at the Ulster Museum, said, 'We are delighted to welcome Nerve Belfast Creative Learning Centre back to the Ulster Museum again this year, especially as the workshops will connect this summer’s Deadly Dragons exhibition. The quality of the workshops, the amount the children can learn in such a short time, and the fun they have, is always impressive.'

Jessica Stewart, Noah Piekaar and Nyeem Olusanya, all aged 10, enjoying the first day of Nerve Belfast Creative Learning Centre's (CLC) summer iPad workshops at the Ulster Museum. 

Work created by this year’s iMad creative geniuses will be showcased on imad.nervebelfast.org.

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