October’s “An Afternoon with…”
We’re delighted to present to you our next “An Afternoon with…” speaker: NATE WRAGG! Nate recently held a very popular show with Gallery Nucleus and is now teaming up with Motivarti to do a lecture and live demo. So if you’ve ever wondered how his mind works when creating his collages, you’ll definitely want to check out this event. And it’s just 3 weeks away! Details follow.
Please remember, seating is limited. We have run out of seats before and turned people away at the door. To ensure a spot, we recommend you pre-purchase your tickets on-line here.
Motivarti is proud to present a special event featuring character designer, fine artist, and children’s book illustrator Nate Wragg.
Join us as Nate discusses his career in the animation industry, his personal projects and children’s books, and his approach to character design and storytelling.
This four-hour event includes:
– a one-hour lecture with Q&A on Nate’s career, his thoughts on creating art, and his approach to storytelling
– a two-hour collage demo, in which Nate will create an original fine art piece
– a raffle of the original artwork created during Nate’s demo
-an opportunity to purchase a limited-edition, numbered and signed print, which Nate has created exclusively for Motivarti for this event
– an artist meet-and-greet, with print signing
Tickets (please note, seating is limited.)
Pre-purchase before 10/16: $24
At the door: $28
Click here for pre-purchase.
Get three free raffle tickets when you purchase an event ticket! Plus, college students show their I.D. at the door for an additional five free raffle tickets.
About Nate Wragg
Nate Wragg, a CalArts grad, has worked as an illustrator, art director and character designer on various projects, including Ratatouille, Toy Story 3 and Puss in Boots. Nate’s work can be seen in several children’s books, including Too Many Cooks for Disney Publishing. He recently had a successful solo show of his fine art work (LOCALS) at Gallery Nucleus. To view more of his work, visit his blog and his previous Gallery Nucleus exhibit.