The Science Behind Pixar
What happens before an animated film reaches the big screen? The Science Behind Pixar is your chance to experience the science, technology, engineering, art, and math concepts used by artists and computer scientists who help bring Pixar's award-winning films to the big screen.
This exhibition was developed by the Museum of Science, Boston in collaboration with Pixar Animation Studios. © Disney/Pixar. All Rights Reserved. Used Under Authorization.
SOLD OUT: Making Animated Movies
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June 22, 2019 | 12pm-1:30pm | Doors @ 11:45am | All Ages Welcome
Making Animated Movies with Alexis Angelidis, Technical Director, Effects at Pixar Animation Studios | Join OMSI for a tasty lunch and educational journey through animated film production – with highlights on the art and science of making effects.
Tickets are $40/adults (14-62) and $32/youth (3-13) & seniors (63+). OMSI members receive 15% off.
Tickets include parking, a buffet lunch, general admission to OMSI and entrance to the exhibition, The Science Behind Pixar.
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11:45AM: Doors Open
12:00PM: Buffet Lunch
12:15PM: Lecture: Making Animated Movies
1:00PM: Q&A Session
1:30PM: Event ends
2:00PM: Experience The Science Behind Pixar (the exhibit takes approx. 1 hour to tour)
Buffet Lunch = Taco Bar (Includes grilled chicken, vegetairan refried beans and vegan and gluten-free options)
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Alexis Angelidis has been a Technical Director for the past 12 years, after working as a researcher at the University of Toronto and at the University of Otago. He was recently a Technical Lead on "Toy Story 4," which releases this summer on June 21, 2019. Angelidis' past work at Pixar includes developing tools and producing art for shots, for projects such as the fog and clouds in “Up," the oceans in "Cars 2," the Emotions of "Inside Out," the fog and trees in "Incredibles 2," and the rain in "Toy Story 4.” Angelidis' interests revolve around the theme of computational fluid dynamics.