Suzie Hanna, Norwich
Suzie Hanna is the Course Leader for the MA in Animation and Sound Design at Norwich University College of the Arts. She has a degree in Graphic Design and an MPhil (Arts), the focus of which was independent mixed-media animation, and she continues to learn new skills, recently gaining a qualification in puppetry and performance. Hanna has made many short animated films, mostly in collaboration with other artists, performers, writers and musicians, and all of these have been selected for exhibition in international festivals. She also curates exhibitions and contributes to conferences. Hanna writes about animation and sound design and plays the
fiddle and the musical saw when she gets a chance.
The Girl Who Would be God 2007, 6' | Scrivelsby Folly Fantasies 2004 and 2008, 6' and 5' | The Lines 2001, 4' | Figured Bass 2000, 3' | Paganini’s Dream 1998, 5' | Authorship: ‹Representing Sylvia Plath›, (contributed one chapter), 2010 | ‹Composers and Animators – The Creation of Interpretative and Collaborative Vocabularies›, Journal of Media Practice 9.1., 2008 | contributed to ‹Fundamentals of Animation›, Paul Wells, AVA, 2006 | ‹Animal Land Where There are No People Women Creativity and Publishing›, paper at Women’s History Network Conference 2005 | ‹The Assimilation of the Actual›, 2004 | Curation: Norfolk Poetry Week: 2009 | ‹Made to Measure›, The Forum, Norwich, 2009 | ‹Sonimation›
Norwich Arts Centre, 2001
Thursday, 10 December
9:30 at Bourbaki 2