16 February 2016
“What a Joy,” a presentation on “Inside Out,” the Oscar-nominated by Pixar story artist Valerie Lapointe, is set for Noon-1:30 p.m., Fri., Feb. 19, in Rm. 431, 4th Floor, at Berkeley City College. The lecture, sponsored by the college’s Multimedia Arts Department, is free and open to the public.
Creative and dedicated Berkeley City College Multimedia Arts students also lead stop-motion animation, Claymation, and pixilation workshops at the Bay Area International Childrens’ Film Festival (BAICFF) held Fri.-Sun., Jan. 29-31 at Oakland’s Chabot Space and Science Center. Participants, ages 7 to 14, were tutored by their BCC workshop leaders in how to create of animated films. The popular workshops were developed by Academy Award-nominated Pixar animator Jim Capobianco, who work’s closely with the college’s Multimedia Arts Program.
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Filed under: General. Tagged: Inside Out, Pixar, Valerie Lapointe
23 August 2013
Dr. Tony DeRose, senior scientist and research group leader at Emeryville’s Pixar Animation Studios, will illustrate the extraordinary contribution of mathematics to animated films. Math and science underlie the stunning visuals that are essential to storytelling in Pixar’s award-winning movies. Using numerous clips from such productions as Finding Nemo, Ratatouille, The Incredibles, Monsters, Inc. and Brave, DeRose will demonstrate how computer technology, physics, geometry, and applied math make possible special effects. Visit his website at http://graphics.pixar.com/people/derose/.
DeRose’s lecture is free and open to the public.
All remaining MSRI-BCC lectures will take place at 7 p.m., Wednesdays in BCC’s auditorium, 2050 Center St. between Shattuck Ave. and Milvia St., on Oct. 9, Nov. 6, Feb. 12, Mar. 12, and Apr. 9. For details about lecturers and the series, please visit www.msri.org/events/nott.
The “Not on the Test: The Pleasures and Uses of Mathematics” series of lectures is sponsored by the Simons Foundation (www.simonsfoundation.org) and co-presented by the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute and Berkeley City College.
Filed under: Academics, General, Lecture Series. Tagged: lecture series, math, math research, Pixar, Tony DeRose