Interview With Scott Renk

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Animation Nights New York has joined forces with Animation for Adults for our Animator Interview podcast series.

We are posting audio podcasts as part of the Animation for Adults channel and posting video versions including clips of work from the filmmakers.

Next up in our series is an interview with Scott Renk. We interview Scott Renk at the Sheraton in New York City during the Nation Art Education Association National Convention.

Scott Renk is a urban sketcher, award winning animator/film maker/artist, and teacher of at-risk students.

Animation Nights New York screened Scott Renk’s film, “Baron” last year, at our New Year Pics screening event (Program #5), at 192 Front St.

Download the podcast version here. You can subscribe to The AFA Podcast on iTunes or Podcasts.com or listen on Stitcher. Find all our previous episodes here.

Here is the video version of episode two:

Show Notes:
00:00 – 00:25  Podcast intro
00:25 – 01:28   Greetings
01:28 – 02:50   Professional Background
02:50 – 05:08   “Baron”
05:08 – 07:30   Three Minute Film Festival
07:30 – 10:35    Upcoming Projects and Recent Projects
10:35 – 16:30    Urban Sketching
16:30 – 22:43    Urban Sketching and Teaching At-Risk Youth
22:43 – 26:07    Personal History and the Power of Art
26:07 – 26:40    Animation Nights New York
26:40 – 26:55    Last comments
26:55 – 28:05    Podcast outro
28:05 – 28:28    Outtake

Links:
Scott Renk
Blog
http://scottrenk.blogspot.com/
Videos
https://vimeo.com/12282804

NAEA
http://www.arteducators.org

Three Minute Film Festival
http://www.3mff.com/

Lensic Theater
https://www.lensic.org/

Matt Jones
http://mattjonezanimation.blogspot.com/2012/01/art-of-urban-sketching.html

Urban Sketchers
http://bcn2013.urbansketchers.org

CAM Raleigh Urban Sketching Group
http://camraleigh.org/2012/08/urban-drawing-group/

The Animation Project
http://theanimationproject.org/

(Video)
All film clips are used with permission from the artist. All other images are used for the purpose of reference and education.

Music by Joe Lazenby

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