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PLUG: World Premiere & Gallery Show, Sat., Oct. 25th

Join us for a special event celebrating the world premiere of concept artist David Levy’s new short film, PLUG. Catch the premiere of the film starting at 7:00 pm, followed by a special presentation covering the making of the film with David Levy (Director, PLUG), Ben Procter (Production Designer, Ender’s Game, Avatar), Dylan Cole (Production Designer, Maleficent, Avatar) and Fausto de Martini (Blizzard Cinematics, Robocop, Transformers). Read more »

The Making of Transformers: Age of Extinction, Sat. Oct. 11th

Join Gnomon and Industrial Light & Magic’s Sheldon Serrao for a special behind-the-scenes presentation of Transformers: Age of Extinction. Serrao, the Special Effects Technical Director on Transformers, will cover a variety of disciplines including concept design, previsualization, motion capture, animation, effects, destruction, among others. Not only will audiences experience an in-depth examination of the technical implementation of Transformers’ effects and destruction sequences, they will get the inside scoop on efficient tips and tricks. The presentation will finish with career advice for students entering the visual effects industry. Read more »

Spring 2014 Best of Term Winners Announced

The Gnomon Best of Term competition recognizes the best work being done by Gnomon students. At the end of each term, submitted artwork is judged and selected for display in our Best of Term gallery. Congratulations to the winners for Spring 2014 term!

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Origin: Conceptual Visions for Film and Games at Gnomon Gallery, Friday, Sept. 26th

Join us for a special evening showcasing the inspiring artwork of ten influential artists in the film and game industries. This gallery reception will feature a wide array of concept art and final production work, including environments, characters, vehicles and more. Various techniques will be on display that include the now common integration of 2D and 3D design. Read more »