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Andrea Love 

When: Sat., Dec. 16, 7 p.m. 2017
Price: $8

Durham native Andrea Love, who now lives in Washington, works as a freelance stop-motion animator, a medium that has only grown more charming in its humble tactility as digital animation technologies produce ever more detailed, extravagant, and lifeless wonders. From classic Rankin-Bass holiday specials to Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas, the living-diorama feel of stop-motion is imprinted on most hearts—but how does this exacting, frame-by-frame method actually work? You can find out at Horse & Buggy Press on Saturday, when Love screens a thirty-minute program of her animated shorts—which often tend toward documentary storytelling, covering issues such as environmental dangers and mental health—followed by an artist talk that will illuminate the process behind them. Seating is highly limited; email Horse & Buggy's Dave Wofford at to reserve a place. —Brian Howe

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