ACHF Arts Access
Working with actors and a composer I’ll create a piece of more intricate narrative and artistic intent than my previous animation. I’ll have a completed animation to exhibit in galleries, libraries and shops and to submit to film festivals. I’ll use the piece to expand my animation career. 2: I wish to be an example to potential artists in Minnesota, especially the southwest, using potent art expressed with humor. I’ll show my animation and speak with people at public events. I have agreements with galleries in Hastings and the Solar Arts Building in Minneapolis. I’m seeking space and time with galleries, libraries and shops in New Ulm, Tracy, and Marshall.
The Oracle is an extended length cartoon that developed the artist's talent. She'll show it on the Internet and in festivals to promote her skills. All public event audiences laughed in most of the right places. Two picture quizzes were available for viewers to complete. One asked them to match the cartoon scene with the film it referenced. The other asked them to match characters with their mythological twin. All returned quizzes correctly matched the main three films parodied. Almost all mythology matches were correct. Question and answer sessions showed interest in the cartoon and the artist's work process. 2: The grantee interacts with more artists and is known to more people as an artist because of her grant project and its public components. Three picture quizzes were available at each event. One referenced 70s film, another referenced mythology. Two of the quizzes asked attendees to select their county of residence. A third quiz was designed for children to select their favorite character as well as Oracle of Nuttown coloring pages. Crayons and pencils were available for use with these. Free Oracle branded stadium cups were given to all attendees.