Ubisoft Singapore will hold its first art exhibit on Friday, November 8th and Saturday, November 9th 2013 in Singapore. The exhibit, entitled “Art in video games”, Ubisoft Singapore art exhibit will be held at Ubisoft’s partner school, FZD School of Design. It will showcase for the first time the work of the studio’s artists on the upcoming Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag and free-to-play Ghost Recon Online games.
“This exhibit is a fantastic opportunity for the public to get an insight into the great work performed by our studio’s artistic teams: from concept art to 3D renders, visitors will be able to see the artistic process that guides the creation of a video game,” said Olivier de Rotalier, Managing Director of Ubisoft Singapore. “There are two artistic universes that coexist at Ubisoft Singapore: the pirate fantasy of Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag and the military shooter with Ghost Recon Online. This exhibit is also a way to reflect the diversity and the quality of our studio’s artistic production.”
The exhibit will showcase concept art, in-game screenshots and videos of Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag, the latest opus in the blockbuster series, partly developed at Ubisoft Singapore. The pieces showcased will highlight the scope of the studio’s work on the game: a vast array of pirate activities and more than ten different ships. Concept art and videos of Ghost Recon Online will depict the atmosphere of this AAA Free-to-play shooter game which is currently in open beta.
On Saturday, November 9th, at 3PM and 7PM, the artists will organize two one-hour long masterclass aimed at depicting how concept art is created.
Practical information about “Art in video games”,Ubisoft Singapore art exhibit
When: Open to public on Nov 8th from 7PM to 10PM and Nov 9th from 2PM to 10PM.
Where: FZD School of Design, 83 Amoy Street Singapore 069902—MRT Tanjong Pagar.
Price: Free event.
Artists’ masterclasses: Saturday November 9th at 3PM and 7PM (duration: 1 hour)