Monthly Archives: January 2014

Anders Zorn: Sweden’s Master Painter at Legion of Honor

If you have not been to the Legion of Honor to view the Anders Zorn exhibit, please do so before the exhibit closes on February 2, 2014 (Sunday). So if you are not interested in the Super Bowl this Sunday, check out the exhibit soon! From the Legion of Honor: One of the most famous […]

So You Sphinx You Can Draw?

Welcome Back Students! Don’t forget about our drawing event below. Please come prepare with your drawing supplies and materials!

Michael Sporn (1946-2014)

From The New York Times: Michael Sporn, an animation artist whose award-winning work included film adaptations of beloved children’s books like “Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile” and “Goodnight Moon” as well as stories he conceived, died on Sunday in Manhattan. He was 67. His wife, Heidi Stallings, said the cause was pancreatic cancer. Mr. Sporn started drawing […]

TALK | Panel Discussion: Women in Animation

Four top female animators discuss how women have found success working in a male-dominated industry, their personal struggles and triumphs, their thoughts about the career and influence of artist Mary Blair, and the future of women in animation.  Featuring moderator Jenny Lerew and animators Lorelay Bove, Brenda Chapman, and Claire Keane. Presented in conjunction with […]