Pixar Talks @ Singapore Science Centre

March 29, 2010

I’m a little late in posting this –

In line with the exhibition, the following talks have been organized:

Animating at Pixar by Warren Trezevant

Discover what it is like to animate at Pixar Animation Studios. Learn how the role of an animator fits into the process of making a full-length feature film. Warren will share his journey from eager student to character animator working at Pixar.

2 April 2010


Maxwell Auditorium

Fee: $10

Warren Trezevant joined Pixar Animation Studios in 1995 and has animated on seven of Pixar’s feature films, including Finding Nemo, Incredibles and Ratatouille. Taking advantage of his strong technical background, Warren has been exploring ways to take characters off the screen and bring them to life in our world with the Toy Story Zoetrope and the animatronic WALL*E. Warren is currently working with Pixar’s software team to improve their animation production software.

The Art of Pixar by DeAnn Cobb

More than just a showcase of high-end technology, each and every Pixar film is considered an art. Did you know these computer-animated films are essentially born as traditional art? Why does Pixar rely on traditional art forms? How is it used in production? Dive deeper into the films you love through this talk about the art of Pixar.

2 & 3 April 2010


Maxwell Auditorium

Fee: $10

DeAnn is an instructor at Pixar University and a Designer for the Exhibitions program within Pixar and abroad. She specializes in color theory and painting and technical art classes such as Photoshop and Illustrator. DeAnn grew up in Marlow Oklahoma and went to Baylor University in Texas where she received her BFA in graphic design. She then went to San Francisco Art Institute for her Masters in painting.

She currently resides in San Francisco, CA.

The Culture of Pixar by Kim Donovan

The culture of Pixar is founded on trust, collaboration, innovation and the intersection of art and technology. The beautiful artwork that forms the exhibition Pixar: 20 Years of Animation is a product of that collaborative culture. Kim Donovan, Manager of Exhibitions at Pixar, will discuss art, technology, culture and the development of this exhibition.

2 & 3 April 2010


Maxwell Auditorium

Fee: $10

Kim came to Pixar in 2007 from The Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Her role as a project manager at MoMA spanned six years where she worked on projects ranging from art installations to the building of the new Education Center. In the winter of 2005 Kim was involved in the installation of “Pixar: 20 Years of Animation.” She eventually stepped into the role of project manager of the traveling exhibition and has been amazed by not only the film making process at Pixar but at the support and fans of Pixar she’s met around the world. While in New York, Kim also worked extensively as an actor and is a member of the Ensemble Studio Theatre. She grew up in Sarasota, Florida on Siesta Key and received her degree from Rollins College in Winter Park, FL.

Seats are available on a first-come-first-serve basis. You may do your bookings through Aishah at specialevents@science.edu.sg. Inquiries can be made through 6425-2547. Payments to be made on site. Cash and cheque will be accepted.

I -cannot- wait for Friday!

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