In the GameZone Kids, which is supervised by media educators from ComputerSpielSchule, Stuttgarter Jugendhaus Gesellschaft, Merz Akademie, Hochschule für Gestaltung, Kunst und Medien and Mobile Medienschule Stuttgart Ost (MoMO), children and young people can discover the gaming world every day and play together.

ComputerSpielSchule

The ComputerSpielSchule Stuttgart is a meeting place for children, young people and adults on the subject of games. We offer workshops for school classes as well as media-pedagogical advanced training. In addition, you can usually visit the city media centre every Friday afternoon to learn more about game design, coding, 3D printing and virtual reality or simply to play games together. Due to the current situation we are unfortunately closed at the moment, so we offer individual advice at computerspielschule-stuttgart.de instead. Furthermore, we are working on online offers, especially together with LFK on the platform www.games-im-unterricht.de.

Are you interested in gaming? Would you like to create your own level in animated pixelart style? Do you have good ideas that you want to realize digitally? Then register now! Just send us a short e-mail with the subject “Registration Trixi Pixel Quest” to computerspielschule@lmz-bw.de. Anyone between the ages of 12 and 16 can participate.

Mobile Medienschule Stuttgart Ost

At the Mobile Media School Stuttgart East (MoMO), children and young people learn everything about film, web, social media and games in open and free media workshops at four locations in the east of Stuttgart and put their own ideas into practice.

MoMO on Air.

A programme about games, animated film and the online edition of the ITFS by and with children and young people from the Mobile Media School Stuttgart East. The radio programme will be broadcast on 7 May, 14:00 – 15:00 hrs on the free radio for Stuttgart under 99.2 MHz or in the livestream at https://www.freies-radio.de/player/player.html

Set building and animation in Minecraft
Online Workshop with Chris Binder

Write your own stories and film them in Minecraft!

In small groups we plan and film animations in Minecraft and then publish them on YouTube. We learn about storytelling, build our own sets and film and edit the 90-second films. If you have already played Minecraft or other first person games and feel like making a short film as a team, this workshop is for you! You will need Minecraft and a microphone (preferably a webcam as well), because we meet online.

For 11-16 year old boys and girls.

Please send registration and questions to minecraft2020@chrisbinder.com

Gametipps for Kids

We present you some great games.

Now for free play scoyo >>>

trickfilm@zuhause

The youth centres love cartoons!

The Workshop House, an institution of the Stuttgart Youth House Society, offers you a stop-motion workshop for making your own cartoons as part of the ITFS 2020. On three dates there will be a stop-motion workshop session.

trickfilm@at home – Stop-Motion-Workshop-Chat:

Tue 5.5, Thu 7.5. and Fri 9.5.2020 / 15:00 – 16:00

On this occasion you will learn how to make your own stop-motion movie at home with your smartphone and tablet.

More information, tips and videos can be found at www.ideenwerkstadt.de

Ready to Code

Ready to Code is a young association from Stuttgart, which is committed to inspiring girls and women for programming and technology with taster courses, workshops, networking events and hackathons.

“Call art with code.”

Tool: P5.js web editor
Objective: Understand how variables and functions are linked to the result.
What we do: To answer the questions “What is art? What is code? How do you bring it together?”.
Analyzing, understanding and manipulating a finished code, and in the end we build our own tool, via a javascript editor (https://p5js.org/), with which we can paint on the screen.
Age: 12+
Requires: no previous knowledge, only a computer and Internet

Date: Wednesday 6 May, 15:00

Duration: approx. 2h