The Make-up Museum showcases famous works from film, television and advertising, created by make-up industry leaders. The museum often features rare photo collections, movie memorabilia and pieces from special make-up effects studios. Past contributors have included the Stan Winston Studio, Mike Hill, W.M. Creations, Creative Character, KNB EFX Group, the Chiodo Bros., Creature Effects and many others. The museum is your chance to see make-up history up close.
Mike McCarty will curate the 2019 IMATS Los Angeles Make-up Museum. He has worked on movies including Sin City, Hostel; The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe; Grindhouse, The Mist and Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.
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Craig Lindberg’s journey as a make-up artist began with the countless horror films and comedies he saw growing up. Lindberg became one of Last Looks Makeup Academy’s first students, and is now an instructor there. His credits include Saturday Night Live, The Deuce, The Knick, Boardwalk Empire, Lincoln, Noah and The Magnificent Seven. He is a three-time Emmy nominee.
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Adrian Rigby curated the 2016 and 2017 IMATS London Make-up Museums. A former postman for the United Kingdom’s Royal Mail, Rigby trained as a make-up artist in 1995 at Preston College in Lancashire. After taking one of Nick Dudman’s short prosthetic make-up courses, Rigby got a job on Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets in 2001. He continued to work as a prosthetic make-up artist and wigmaker through the final Harry Potter films. His recent work includes Doctor Who, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Game of Thrones, The Legend of Tarzan and Morgan. He is currently working on Star Wars: Episode VIII.
Contact Adrian Rigby via email at [email protected] if you are interested in exhibiting at the 2018 London museum.
Gideon Hay curated the 2016 and 2017 IMATS Vancouver Make-up Museums. He has worked on TV series, movies, stop-motion and CG animation projects, public art, prototype toys and maquettes. A few career highlights include working on Deep Rising, episodes of The X-Files, Stargate, the second and third X-Men movies, Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem, the second and third Night at the Museum films, Snakes on a Plane and Slither. Hay works as a freelance sculptor and teaches sculpture in Vancouver, British Columbia.
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Alexander Silberberg will be curating again this year. Silberberg is known for his work on Afterwards, Blood Theatre and Dark Sunrise (2018). Alexander Silberberg was born and raised in Santiago de Chile as an only child. He graduated from architecture school and has a masters in urban projects. After working in architecture for 3 years he changed careers in 2014 and attended CMU college in Toronto for make-up.
He graduated from the full program in September 2014 and has been working in Toronto’s film industry ever since either as make-up artist on set or in the preproduction stage making prosthetics and props for special effects.
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Toby Sells is an Atlanta-based special make-up effects artist with over 25 years in the film and television industry. His company, Toby Sells Creature Makeup FX Shop, has provided make-up effects, prosthetics, dental prosthetics and custom prosthetic props for the entertainment industry since his arrival to Atlanta in 2000. His credits as make-up effects designer and make-up effects artist for both his company and other companies include: Eastbound & Down, The Vampire Diaries, Zombieland, Good Time, Wanderlust, Blue Ruin, The Walking Dead, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, The Crazies, Halt and Catch Fire.
Contact Toby Sells via email at [email protected] if you are interested in exhibiting at the 2018 Atlanta museum.