Published: 01 Mar 2014

'Driver' to Teaching by Simon McKeown

Life in the Industry - from Special Effects to Triple AAA Games and huge CGI Disabled Art Projects

We have the great pleasure to welcome very special guest lecturer Simon Mckeown. Simon teaches at the School of Computing at our partner Teesside University and has over 20 years experience having worked commercially completing animation and special effects for film and television as well as working with computer games giant Atari. This summer he is exhibiting his work Disabled by Normality, the digital exploration of people who are physically different, at Dox Gallery in Prague.  

On Thursday he will deliver his lecture Life in the Industry - From Special Effects to Triple AAA Games and huge CGI Disabled Art Projects. He will cover his background in computer games and television post production and will talk about his work and exhibitions.

Don't miss out this wonderful opportunity to get to know this skilled, experienced and inspiring artist. Join us for this enriching guest lecture on Thursday May 23rd, 3-5 PM at Prague College, Polská 10 (Blanická entrance), room 001.

Check out Simon's work here:

www.simon-mckeown.com

www.motiondisabled.com

www.motiondisabledunlimited.com