Sculptor to teach animation maquettes at VAB Creative Studio
Friday, May 26, 2006
— On Wednesday, May 31 at 6:30 p.m., sculptor Alvaro Cervantes will host a meet and greet at the Visual Arts Brampton Creative Studio. Cervantes will be showing his precise sculptures to guests, and promoting his upcoming multi-week workshop at the studio. The course is open to students who love cartoon, no matter their skill levels or experience sculpting.
"We're extremely pleased to present such a unique course at VAB," group president Keith Moreau commented. "Alvaro is a master of his craft, and students are sure to benefit immensely from the experience."
Alvaro has specialized in maquettes for 16 years, creating sculptures used by companies including Disney, Pixar, and Marvel Comics. His works have served as reference for animators, and as prototypes for toys. Some of his most recent work is for the Disney-Pixar film Cars, which will was released today in theatres. Cervantes has taught the workshop at Oakville's Sheridan College, home of a respected Animation BA program.
The meet-and-greet is free for everyone. The timing and price of the course will be established by Wednesday.
The Visual Arts Brampton Creative Studio is located in the Bartley's Square Mall, at the corner of Hurontario and Steeles Avenue. The studio is the only suite in the lower level, and is accessible through a glassed in lobby.
For more information on the meet-and-greet or the course, contact email@example.com, or phone 905-453-9142.
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