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The Art of Ant-Man & The Wasp with Marvel Studios
July 12 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
This free event is brought to you by Gnomon School in Hollywood.
Whether they’re designing enormous tissue-growing, green-skinned warriors or rapidly shrinking, astonishingly tiny superheroes, Marvel Studios’ Visual Development Department has mastered its ability to visualize the look and feel of the Marvel cinematic universe. Ant-Man and the Wasp premiered at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood on June 25 and hits cinemas July 6, 2018. On the heels of the US release, six of the Marvel Studios Visual Development team will assemble at the Lenovo Stage at Gnomon School of Visual Effects on July 12 to uncover the stunning work that went into designing Ant-Man and the Wasp, Marvel’s 20th movie.
The art-packed presentation at Gnomon will be led by Andy Park, the project leader and Supervisor of Marvel Studio’s Visual Development team – who were responsible for designing the characters, costumes, props, and the overall visual look of the film. Joining Andy at the Lenovo Stage will be Marvel Studios’ Visual Development illustrators Jackson Sze, Anthony Francisco, Ian Joyner, Tully Summers, and Stephen Schirle. The artists will examine the concepts, illustrations, and keyframes, and reveal how 3D tools were critical in creating characters and assets for the Ant-Man universe during the pivotal concept design phase of the moviemaking process.
Seating is limited. Be sure to RSVP to join Gnomon and the Marvel Studios artists to explore how they developed the art that helped the director and studio visualize the movie, including the dynamic characters, epic battles, and powerful new enemy! This is an exclusive event that will not be streamed live or recorded.
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM: The Art of Ant-Man & The Wasp with Marvel Studios
9:30 PM – 10:00 PM: Audience Questions + Prize Raffle
Andy Park – Visual Development Supervisor
Jackson Sze – Senior Concept Illustrator
Anthony Francisco – Senior Concept Illustrator
Stephen Schirle – Concept Artist
Tully Summers – Concept Artist
Ian Joyner – Concept Artist
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Free tickets do not guarantee entry; depending on the demand for the event, admittance will be offered to the first in line until we reach stage capacity. Gnomon reserves the right to deny entry to those displaying disrespectful behavior and will ask anyone acting inappropriately to leave the premises.
Parking is usually available in surrounding and nearby streets. Please note that parking in the Television Center Complex will require parking fees. Unfortunately, Gnomon cannot validate parking tickets for the Television Center Complex. For alternative parking within walking distance, there is a parking lot situated at 1449 Ivar Avenue, CA 90028 (please note that hourly/daily fees will apply).