Tina Le Moine
About the Artist
Tina Le Moine was born in Berlin, Germany. She left her hometown and her teaching career during the turbulent ‘fall of the wall’ to study Art & Media in Holland, receiving a BA in Media. During that time she founded an International Film Festival and found her passion for Animation. Her graduation film, Texas-Diners won second prize at the ‘Second International Video Festival Friesland’. In 1995 she moved to Vancouver to study Animation, producing a 30-minute short with support of the National Film Board and ended up working in visual effects. Yet another move – this time to Montreal – found her working for the NFB, giving animation workshops at the Cinèrobotheque. She now resides in Ottawa and spends her time making art and enjoying life.
All age groups can be inspired by ideas and materials to create and let loose. Once that part is done, there is no stopping them.
Create two- or three-dimensional, multimedia art works that explore feelings, ideas and issues from a variety of points of view; present media art works, individually and/or collaboratively, using a variety of methods; use a variety of conventions to create a distinct voice that reflects a particular global, social or personal experience; understand art and animation history from a Canadian perspective.
Culturally Diverse, Women+
All ages, Children ages 5 - 11, Children ages 12 - 18, Seniors, Junior Kindergarten, Senior Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12