Tate Britain Workshop

Digital Makers: Morph Animation Takeover

Morph visits Tate Britain

Morph visits Tate Britain. Photo credit: Merlin Crossingham 


Become a stop-motion animator with Aardman and Tate Kids 

Morph is taking over Tate!

Learn about storytelling and stop motion animation in this Digital Makers event with Aardman. Make a Morph, design a prank and remix the Tate collection. 

Be creative, experience new technologies and become digital artists.

If you can’t make this event, you will be able to recreate it at home or in the classroom with our Digital Makers activities over on Tate Kids after the event.

Digital Makers is a series of digital art making workshops aimed at 8–14 year olds. These workshops will be inspired by art and artists and explore a range of digital skills.

Quotes from kids

We actually got to be artists and discover their ways of creating.
Child participant

The project helped me feel more confident because I haven’t done a digital workshop before and I also learned a lot about different types of photography and the history of photos.
Child participant

I found it exciting and fun as we were able to be inventive and creative

Child participant  

Morph in the 1540s gallery at Tate Britain

Morph checks out Tate Britain before his workshop. Taking some inspiration from the 1540s gallery. c. Merlin Crossingham

Morph sliding down the banisters

Sliding down the banister at Tate Britain. c. Merlin Crossingham

Morph in front of a Henry Moore

What a poser! Morph in front of Henry Moore’s Recumbent Figure (1938) c. Merlin Crossingham

Heading into the Digital Studio

Getting ready for the workshop in the Taylor Digital Studio. c. Merlin Crossingham 

Morph stealing some cake in cafe

Cheeky! Stealing some cake in the Tate Britain cafe. c. Merlin Crossingham 

Tate Britain

Taylor Digital Studio

London SW1P 4RG
Plan your visit

Date & Time

4 August 2016 at 11.00–16.00