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DreamWorlds: The Inspired Concept Art of DreamWorks Animation

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  • DreamWorlds: The Inspired Concept Art of DreamWorks Animation

    DreamWorlds: The Inspired Concept Art of DreamWorks Animation


    DreamWorks Animation
    runs from April 14 - May 8, 2009

    From its inception in 1994, DreamWorks Animation has attracted some of the most talented artists and designers in the world. Together, they have conceptualized ancient and modern worlds, designed beloved characters, and created for their 16 films an ever-expanding universe of the imagination: diverse, stylish, humorous and fresh. The show contains numerous never-before-seen early concept works and character designs from the DreamWorks Animation archive. Included in the show will be paintings, drawings, sculptures and even miniature sets that helped the designers and directors turn their flat art into lush 3d environments suitable for the big screen.

    We are very proud to share some of the hidden magic that has driven and sustained almost 15 years of creativity, and helped DreamWorks Animation become a leader in the feature animation industry.

    A 60 minute panel discussion with Rex Grignon and Kendal Cronkhite will be held on the opening night in the SJSU Music Concert Hall on Tuesday, April 14 at 5 pm.

    Gallery hours: Tuesday-Friday 11am-4pm & Tuesday evening 6-8pm
    Event Details

    Start Date/Time:04/14/2009 05:00 PM
    End Date/Time:04/22/2009 04:00 PM

    Location: School of Art and Design, Natalie & James Thompson Gallery

    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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