Pink Floyd concert animator and BAFTA award-winning film director Ian Emes will be giving a public talk titled ‘Shooting the Moon’ at Birmingham City University’s Parkside Building on Wednesday 11 December, from 6:30-8pm.
Pink Floyd concert animator and BAFTA award-winning film director Ian Emes
The free event will see Ian – a key figure in the 1970s musical revolution, and a former graduate of the University’s Birmingham Institute of Art & Design – give an unabashed account of his work with a host of music legends, including Pink Floyd, Paul and Linda McCartney, Mike Oldfield and Duran Duran.
‘I hope my exhibition and opening talk will inspire another generation of artists to remain loyal to their passions’
Shooting the Moon is part of an ongoing series of high profile public ‘CityTalks’ being hosted at Birmingham City University, and coincides with a public exhibition of Ian’siconic work at the Parkside Building from 18 November to 17 January 2014.
“My talk will be a reflection on the making of the animated film for ‘The Dark Side Of The Moon,’ the experiments and discoveries that sprang from the process, and how they are applied to new projects.
“I hope my exhibition and opening talk will inspire another generation of artists to remain loyal to their passions, and free themselves from the information overload we have in the modern world.”
Follow this link for more information and to register your place at – Shooting the Moon
For further details on Ian Emes’ exhibition at Birmingham City University click here – Time Exhibition