Presentation by 3 Award-winning Pixar Artists

Designing a Pixar Film: Our Journey Into Insanity

Kapiʻolani Community College
Sharon A Sussman, (808) 734-9382
Assoc Prof, Arts and Humanities
Posted: Apr 20, 2016

The New Arts Lecture Series, in conjunction with the New Media Arts Animation program at Kapi'olani Community College, is pleased to announce that Pixar artists Pete Docter, Bob Pauley, and Jerome Ranft will be giving a presentation at the Punahou School campus auditorium. We are honored to have these three Pixar luminaries together for a presentation featuring countless drawings and images from production. 

From concept to completion, Pete Docter, Bob Pauley, and Jerome Ranft will discuss the in-depth process of creating, writing, and designing a film at Pixar. Featuring behind-the-scenes photos and drawings, these three will discuss their work from the perspectives of director, production designer, and sculptor. Pete Docter just received the Oscar for Inside Out, which he wrote and directed. All three artists have been working at Pixar since the 90ʻs. Together they have worked on almost all the films Pixar has released including: Toy Story (1, 2, and 3), Monsters, Inc., WALL-E, Up, Cars, Finding Nemo, Ratatouille, John Carter, Brave, and Inside Out.

Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Luke Auditorium at Punahou School Wo Center

RSVP: Sharon Sussman

Free and open to the public. No reserved seating.