n 2009, Theatre Nemo ran an animation project with members of the public called Woolf.
Although the project was ultimately about the creation of an animated film, there was much for those involved to gain from the working processes involved.
Many of the people involved with the project were inexperienced in terms of animation, and therefore the project gave them the chance to develop themselves creatively, and expressively.
To create something as strong as the final product was a very rewarding experience which gave confidence and a sense of achievement to the individuals involved.
As this was a group project many social skills are called into play. Negotiation, diplomacy and delegation of resources and roles within the project were all vital tasks that were needed for the participants to finish with a successful final product.