No. 182 White Talk

Looking for the power of love in the world of animation

Some people still love to watch cartoons when they go to high school, so they are often reprimanded by their elders for "not growing up." Stealing that animation is a special form of expression, it shows the boundless imagination, pure faith and love. If you grow up and mean to discard these things, you may not want to grow up better.

 

Some people still love to watch cartoons when they go to high school, so they are often reprimanded by their elders for "not growing up." Stealing that animation is a special form of expression, it shows the boundless imagination, pure faith and love. If you grow up and mean to discard these things, you may not want to grow up better.

Disney, the hometown of this anime, came out of a classic anime character such as Mermaid, Snow White, Ala Light, Mulan, Pocahontas, and several generations passed their childhood. Disney produced an endless imagination, and it reached its peak after it acquired the legendary animation studio PIXAR founded by Steve Jobs. This magical imagination was called by the young artist Blair Zhou as the force of love. This power is always spreading the positive energy of love and justice. In the hearts of many children, a small warrior wearing armor is trained to guard the pure land of one of the little hearts.
I am very happy to inform you who loves anime: This Saturday afternoon, we will invite Blair to tell us about her creative life and lead us through an addiction to the anime world creator. Blair loves to read and read 2,500 books before the age of 25. The New York University Animation Department has trained many anime film talents for Disney. The "cultivation tools" taught by the college taught her to recreate the "little people, big character" in these films. One of the creative techniques is to create a self-portrait for these attractions.
In this sharing, we will be at Blair's solo exhibition, listening to her introduction of her paintings and their creative background, inspiration, and sharing the rough and exciting stories she experienced as an animator. She will tell us how a group of young people like her burn life and ignite their dreams in China. Then, she will show us the animation creation process and demonstrate the various steps. Then, in the interactive phase of the most anticipated white features, we will be divided into several groups, each member of which will work together to create a cartoon character for PK. Finally, the event organizer – Manhattan Yabo Gallery will provide us with a complimentary dinner for free, and we can discuss, communicate and gossip at dinner.

 

details of the event
time:07/29/2017 3:30 – 6:30pm
address:Yabo Gallery 265 West 37th Street, 16th Floor, New York, NY 10018ways of registration
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/talk182-tickets-36502620320Activity costs:
Completely free

 

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Blair Zhou (周案馨)

Blair Zhou was born in Boston in 1988. When I was 6 years old, I returned to China to go to elementary school. After graduating from New York University's animation film director Tisch in 2010, he went to Beijing and joined the first global Chinese film and television production company, Pony Pentium, for three years, and successfully introduced and landed Hollywood famous effects for the company. The company Digital Domain (founded by James Cameron, produced special effects for Titanic and Avatar).

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