Felicity Coonan, Art Director. Case Study Legend of the Guardians

Felicity Coonan, Art Director. Case Study Legend of the Guardians

Date: Wednesday 2nd May 2012

Time: 7:00pm to approx 8:00pm

Venue: EGO2 Auditorium, CoFA T.B.C.

Speaker: Felicity Coonan

What’s it all about:
Felicity has worked creatively in the visual effects and animated film industry since its inception in Australia. Early experience was gained in the UK and Europe, before returning to Australia where she was a foundation member of Animal Logic.

Felicity is recognised for her visual style and art directing skills along with her depth of understanding of the animated and visual effects filmmaking process, on which she has lectured extensively.

Recent film projects include Happy Feet 2, where she worked on both the marketing campaign and as one of the production Art Directors. Prior to this Felicity worked with Zack Snyder as Associate Art Director for Legend of the Guardians : The Owls of Ga’Hoole, also designing and directing the fully animated 3D credit / title sequence.

Cost: Free for Siggraph members. $5 cover charge for refreshments for guests and non-members.
(Attendees can sign up as a new member on the night. Annual Membership fees are $40 for professionals and $20 for students)

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Probably best known for the annual SIGGRAPH International conference on computer graphics for film, televisions and new media industries, ACM SIGGRAPH also puts on a variety of programs year-round and worldwide to benefit the SIGGRAPH community. The event listed above is hosted by our local chapter and is free for all chapter members.

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