Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Interested in volunteering for Denver Comic Con?

Interested in volunteering for Denver Comic Con? The first meeting is this Thursday! Check it out on the event page and RSVP.

This is a reminder that the first Denver Comic Con volunteer meeting is on Thursday, October 20th at I Want More Comics in Northglenn. It will start at 7:00 PM and go for about an hour.  We would like to learn more about each of your super powers. We've given you super secret access to our Hall of Influence, where you get to tell us about all the good skills you have (nunchuck skills, bow hunting skills, computer hacking skills, etc.). So show up and have a good time! If you can't make this one, check out the calendar below for other meetings.

Please RSVP so we know how many cookies to bring for everyone :)

(If you can't make this one - stay tuned to your email for announcements of the other meetings. You can sign up for the email newsletter here:

www.eepurl.com/fzpTU )

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Young Film Makers Workshop

Sponsored by:

Scientific Cultural Facilities DistrictNational Endowment for the ArtsColorado Creative IndustriesHigh Noon EntertainmentMike's Camera

Rocky Mountain College of Arts and MediaSmokewood EntertainmentDenver Scholarship FoundationLatin American Education FoundationOpen Media Foundation

Work behind the scenes with professionals!

Join our three week after-school film education workshop for teenage filmmakers interested in expanding their knowledge of nonfiction moviemaking techniques!

Young filmmakers will produce short documentary profiles of visiting filmmakers at the 34th Starz Denver Film Festival. Students will immerse themselves in a Festival filmmaking environment by interacting with professionals, attending screenings, and participating on a production team. Final projects will screen before select films at this year's festival.

October 25 - November 10 

Tuesday through Thursdays after School (4-8 PM)

Tuition: $450.00

Students will:

-Learn from and interact with professional filmmakers in a film festival environment

-Expand nonfiction film making techniques

-Gain experience in a professional filmmaking environment through participation in defined production roles

-Attend select screenings by festival filmmakers

Open to any young filmmaker between the ages of 14 and 19. All students must have prior filmmaking experience and a working knowledge of the production process.

Limited Space Available! Register now by clicking here or by emailing youngfilmmakers@denverfilm.org

The Young Filmmakers Workshop is sponsored by Scientific & Cultural Facilities District, National Endowment for the Arts, Colorado Creative Industries Division, High Noon Entertainment, Mike's Camera, Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design, and Smokewood Entertainment. Special assistance provided by Denver Scholarship Foundation, Latin American Education Foundation, and Open Media Foundation.

Monday, September 26, 2011

Rocky Mountain Audio Video EXPO

If you’re in these fields, you’ve got to be at AVX! AVX adds new dimension to the popular VidExpo Trade Show and Exposition – an Evolution as it Happens!

Along with the video, sound, broadcast, animation, engineering and media we’ve brought together for over 20 years, we’re adding a whole new level of expertise in the A/V, conferencing, presentation, HD and 3-D fields. At AVX you’ll meet the professionals who can teach you about the newest technologies, ways to grow your company, and the insight you need to make a mark in the marketplace.

Right here in Denver you’ll meet the exhibitors, presenters and equipment experts like the ones you would find at NAB® and Infocomm® in a powerful showcase highlighting the latest technology and solutions from the broadcast, audio-visual and web based industries.

AVX brings together industry leaders at over 100 booths, free Short Take Seminars, TWO inspiring Keynote Speakers and great networking at the AVX After Hours. Be sure to catch the highlights featuring everyone's favorite Dick Reizner, Travel Channel's new sensation Ryan Van Duzer, Sennheiser's Audio Production guru Kent Margraves and Cloud Content expert Greg Lennon with Chyron.


More Info

Thursday, September 22, 2011


Saturday mornings, September – December 2011
Crossroads Theatre, 2590 Washington Street
Tram: 27th & Welton Station

This Saturday morning workshop series is tailored specifically to members of Denver's creative business community. Whether you own a business, work out of your studio or are a creative entrepreneur, this series will help demystify various business planning principles and challenges that will help you plan for the future.
Workshops $10 each, 10% discount for three or more!
To register, click here.

Upcoming workshops include:

MARKETING BASICS FOR ARTISTS, Presented by Neil McKenzie - September 24, 9am - Noon
Marketing is one of the most basic functions of business and often one of the least understood. Creating great art or producing a great product is not enough in today’s competitive environment to grow your art business – you need great marketing as well. This workshop will cover the basics of marketing and how you can apply them to your art business. The purpose of this workshop is to give participants a basis to learn more about marketing. Topics covered include:

- Understanding your customers and markets
- What are you really selling?
- Marketing vs. advertising vs. selling

  • ONLINE MARKETING TOOLS FOR BUSINESSES, Presented by Kim Mears, October 1, 9am – Noon
  • INCREASING YOUR POTENTIAL FOR GRANT SUCCESS, Presented by Margaret DeMichelis - October 15, 9am – Noon
  • MAXIMIZING THE POWER OF YOUR CREATIVE LIFE BY SPENDING LESS, Presented by Hannah Raynes & Anna Newell Jones, October 22, 9am – Noon
  • OVERCOMING HEALTH OBSTACLES FOR THE CREATIVELY UNINSURED, Presented by Hannah Raynes, October 29, 9am – Noon
  • 8 STEPS HOW TO MASTER SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION ONLINE, Presented by Darci Davenport Barlow, November 5, 9am – Noon
  • RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ARTIST, GALLERY & THE PUBLIC: LEGAL AND ETHICAL, Presented by Jack Pappalardo, November 19, 9am – Noon
  • FINANCIAL LITERACY: TAX PLANNING FOR CREATIVES, Presented by Matt Revers, December 3, 9am – Noon

To register and see a full list of workshops, click here.

For more information: www.denvergov.org/CreateDenver

Create Denver seeks to strengthen the overall health and vitality of Denver by supporting the growth and development of the creative sector, including creative enterprises such as film, music, art galleries, art districts, fashion and graphic design and individual artists.

Create Denver is a program of Arts & Venues Denver and includes policy recommendations, programmatic initiatives, technical assistance and advocacy.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Contract Essentials for Artists and Arts Businesses

Wednesday, September 28, 2011 12:15 PM - 1:00 PM MDT

This is the first in our Essentials series for Artists and Arts Businesses. Join us to learn how contracts can help you and your arts business. The presentation will focus on general contract principles, including tips on how to make sure your interests are protected and how to get the most of your contracts.

Our featured panelist is Justin C. Konrad from Hutchinson Black and Cook, LLC.

Mr. Konrad's practice focuses on the intellectual property aspects of business law, including trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, domain names and licensing agreements. Mr. Konrad also focuses on entertainment law, addressing the legal issues of musicians, filmmakers, writers and others in the entertainment industries. He is also experienced in general-counsel representation of emerging and growing businesses, emphasizing business formation, contracts and operations, mergers and acquisitions, and employment and consulting.



Monday, September 19, 2011

Ai Portfolio Show This Friday!‏

Go check out Ai’s design and media arts portfolio show this Friday from 10 –1pm.  I have been to a few and it is fun to check out student work.  ~Cornell

Portfolio Show

Friday, September 23
10:00 AM – 1:00 PM – Portfolio Review for Industry Professionals
Colorado Convention Center - Exhibit Hall D, 700 14th St., Denver, CO 80202
You don't want to miss this chance to see what our recent graduates are forecasting for tomorrow's creative industries. If you haven't told us you're coming, make sure you do so today!
For more information, contact:
Tasha Tate

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Monday, September 12, 2011

Short Film Contest: "Colorado: Home is Where the Heart Is"


Whether you left your heart in your Colorado hometown or still call our beautiful state home, we want you to grab your cameras and capture those stories on film!.

Make a short film, up to 5 minutes in length, that expresses why Colorado has your heart.

The top three films will receive a public screening in the Colorado Filmmakers Showcase at the 34th Starz Denver Film Festival, November 2nd through 13th. In addition, the 1st Place winner will receive travel assistance and a full-access pass ($1,000 value) to the Festival and their film showcased on Colorado.gov, the official website for the State of Colorado.

Submit your short film between September 19th and October 14th, 2011 and then get your family, friends, neighbors and co-workers to vote for you. Utilize social media, (Facebook, YouTube, etc.) to get your video seen and voted for! A judging panel will review the top five qualified videos with the most public votes and will select the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners on October 27th, 2011. All short films must be original and cannot violate trademarks, copyrights, and/or rights of privacy or publicity. Contest is void where prohibited by law. Please see Official Rules for file formats, size and more information.

Short film submissions and voting in the “Colorado, Home is Where the Heart Is” contest is open to all U.S. citizens 18 years or older. Consent forms and parental consent (if applicable) are required for all individuals appearing in videos. For more information and a downloadable "Release and Waiver" form, see Official Rules. Anyone can register to vote for their favorite video but are limited to one vote per day.

1. Select Register Now at the top of the page.
2. Make sure to connect to your Facebook account on the Registration page.
3. Check your email to verify your account.
4. Upload your video.
5. Tell everyone you know to vote for you.



Friday, September 9, 2011

The Digital Animation Industry Guest Lecture Series with Jon Robins and Anita Stokes

Friday, October 7th Jon Robins, Character TD at LucasArts, Anita Stokes, Recruiter / University Relations Manager--Lucasfilm

Friday, October 07, 2011 at 11:00AM -  05:00PM

Starz Filmcenter in the Tivoli Student Center
900 Auraria Parkway
Denver, CO 80204



276903_228368203881856_647119_nJon Robins is currently a Character TD at LucasArts. He will be joining us to talk about the character pipeline at LucasArts. Anita Stokes is currently a Recruiter and University Relations Manager at Lucasfilm. She will be speaking about all of the Lucasfilm entities, and opportunities within the studios.

10:00am - 11:00pm
- Anita will be speaking about Lucasfilm, and opportunities within the studios. Location: Starz FilmCenter, Theater TBD. Lecture open to the public!
12:30pm - 2:30pm - Jon will be speaking about the character pipeline within LucasArts. Location: Starz FilmCenter, Theater TBD. Lecture open to the public!

Register Here: http://www.cu3d.org/index.php/dacevents/pixar01

The Digital Animation Center's Industry Guest Lecture Series with Mahyar Abousaeedi

Mahyar Abousaeedi is currently the Lead Layout Artist at Pixar. He will be joining us to talk about Story, Cameras and Staging at PIXAR.

Friday, September 23, 2011 at 11:30AM - Friday, September 23, 2011 at 04:00PM

Closing date:
Tuesday, September 20, 2011 at 11:55PM

Starz Filmcenter in the Tivoli Student Center
900 Auraria Parkway
Denver, CO 80204


Mahyar Abousaeedi is currently the Lead Layout Artist at Pixar. He will be joining us to talk about Story, Cameras and Staging. Some of Mahyar’s film credits include: 

2011 Cars 2 (Lead Layout Artist) 
2010 Toy Story 3 (Layout Artist) 
2009 Dug’s Special Mission (Layout Artist) 
2009 Up (Layout Artist) 
2007 Ratatouille (Layout Artist)

11:30am - 12:30pm - Mahyar will be speaking about Pixar, the films they make, and opportunities within the studio. Location: Starz FilmCenter, Theater TBD. Lecture open to the public!
2:00pm - 4:00pm - Mahyar will be speaking about Story, Cameras and Staging for films at Pixar. Location: Starz FilmCenter, Theater TBD. Lecture open to the public!

Register Here:  http://www.cu3d.org/index.php/dacevents/pixar01

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Worker Studio and KDM Productions received a Platinum EMPixx Award


catColorado-based Worker Studio and KDM Productions recently received a Platinum EMPixx Award for The Cleaning. The Cleaning is a live-action/animation promotional film, for Delta Dental of Colorado, to teach children the benefits of eating healthy and taking care of their teeth. 

The Tooth Fairy calls on her trusty animated sidekick, Chopper (Delta Dental of Colorado's Mascot), to do a clean sweep throughout the house after she finds a rotten tooth left by a young boy. Instead of money, the boy receives a lesson that only the Tooth Fairy and Chopper can teach. 

The judges of the EMPixx Awards had this to say about The Cleaning: "Outstanding opening...holds attention...excellent blend of live- action and animation...great concept...well produced."

The Cleaning was produced and edited by KDM Productions' Kevin Mauch, and directed by Worker Studio's Michael "Ffish" Hemschoot; the animation and visual effects were completed by Worker Studio. This project was created with the intent of sending it all over the state of Colorado, along with a CD-Rom filled with lesson plans, coloring pages and more, to school districts and dental offices.

Worker- Studio.com

The Cleaning from Kevin Mauch on Vimeo.

"The Cleaning" is a short live-action/animation promotional film for Delta Dental of Colorado. It's targeted to Kindergarten-2nd Graders.

The Tooth Fairy calls on her trusty sidekick, Chopper (Delta Dental of Colorado's Mascot), to do a clean sweep throughout the house after she finds a rotten tooth left by a young boy. Instead of money, the boy receives a lesson that only the Tooth Fairy and Chopper can teach.

Produced by KDM Productions
Director & Animation: Michael Hemschoot/Worker Studio
Director of Photography & Editor: Kevin Mauch
Lighting: Doug Reed
Camera Assist: Kurt Supancic
Makeup/Wardrobe: Jenece Amella
Audio: Nick Haneca & Brandon Naughton.

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Peak Media Demo: Sony PMWF3/NEXFS100U Demo: September 14th


Sony F3/FS100 Demonstration: Wednesday September 14th!

We have changed our typical demo format to offer more for everyone attending.  We will have an entry level session that will be a general product overview and talk about the features and functions of the camera including workflow.  Following that we will get more technical and move into an advance training session.  Come for one or both sessions but don't miss out on your chance to see this camera in action.

9:00am-10:00am: PMW-F3/NEXFS100U Introduction and Overview-Camera Features and Workflow (Intro Level)

10:00am-11:00am: PMW-F3/NEXFS100U Technical Overview for DP's and Camera Operators (Advanced Level)

11:00am-12:00pm: Hands On and Q&A

Click Here To RSVP For The F3/FS100 Demo!


1393 S Inca St.

Denver, CO 80223

Click for a map!

Wednesday, August 31, 2011


This Saturday morning workshop series is tailored specifically to members of Denver's creative business community. Whether you own a business, work out of your studio, or are a creative entrepreneur, this series will help demystify various business planning principles and challenges that will help you plan for the future.

Upcoming sessions include:
- Your Creative Brand - Saturday, September 17
- Marketing Basics for Artists – Saturday, September 24
- Online Marketing Tools for Businesses – Saturday, October 1
Multiple Saturday mornings from September – December 2011
Crossroads Theatre, 2590 Washington Street
$10 (10% discount if you sign up for three or more workshops)
To register and see a full list of workshops, click here, and find us on Facebook too!
Click here for more information.

Tuesday, August 30, 2011


Saturday, Sept. 17 - 10am - 4pm
at the Bolt Factory Studio
209 Kalamath, Unit 7 (around the back)

The stop-motion workshop will offer the opportunity to develop both the theoretical knowledge and the practical skills needed to create a piece of stop-motion animation. The workshop aims to stimulate students' abilities to generate an overall perspective of a project from concept to final product. All films will be screened at the G.I. Joe Stop-Motion Film Festival

General: $25, ASIFA Members receive a $5 discount

Don't for get to registar early = http://www.asifa-colorado.org/register.gijoeworkshop

Bring your own Joes or we will have some on hand for you to use.

CFVA's highly anticipated Colorado film industry event!

The Colorado Film and Video Association acknowledges that while there are exciting things happening here in our state's film and video industry, we still need to grow.  Please join us for the State of the State panel discussion on Wednesday September 21st from 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm at The Denver Film Center. Our goal for this program is to acknowledge our industry's challenges by exploring with a positive approach the ideas that will help to revitalize Colorado's film and video businesses and community.  A reception will follow, encouraging lively discussion.

Confirmed Panelists:
Laura Grey - Moderator - Colorado Office of Film, Television and Media
Karen Beard – Executive Producer
Julie Crane - Colorado Executive Director, Screen Actors Guild/AFTRA
Donna Dewey - Co-owner, Dewey-Obenchain Films, Inc.
Britta Ericson - Director, Denver International Film Festival
Duke Hartman - COO, High Noon Entertainment
Daniel Junge - Director, Futuristic Films
Sarah Liles - Head of Production, Futuristic Films
Dave Welz - Four Corners Film Office
Donald Zuckerman – Director, Colorado Office of Film, Television and Media

Event Information:
Wednesday, September 21st
7:30 to 9pm
Denver Film Center, 2510 East Colfax
*Next to Tattered Cover and Twist & Shout (free parking available)  
Film Center Location -  http://www.denverfilm.org/filmcenter/denverfilmcenter/
Post-event Reception:
9 to 10pm
Encore Restaurant’s Outdoor Patio (next door to the Film Center)
*Hors d’ouevres provided w/cash bar

This event is FREE and open to the public, so seating will be limited.

Stay updated by friending us on Facebook and following us on Twitter @cfva1

Thursday, August 25, 2011

SIGGRAPH 2011 Vancouver in Review.

Join Ai Colorado’s Career Services and the Ai Student SIGGRAPH Chapter for a review of SIGGRAPH 2011 IN VANCOUVER!!   What is SIGGRAPH? It is the annual international conference on graphics and interactive techniques attended by tens of thousands of computer professionals. http://www.siggraph.org/s2011/

Thursday, September 8th, 11:30am-12:30pm,
10th Floor Penthouse, The Art Institute of Colorado
1200 Lincoln Street, Denver *Non Ai persons must RSVP to


* MAA faculty member Ed Kramer reviews session information from the Educator’s Workshops;
* MAA student Scott Herring premieres his developed UNREAL video game level promoted at SIGGRAPH;
* Career Advisor Keleigh Asbury reviews job leads and industry contacts from the job fair and conference floor expo;
* Student SIGGRAPH information by Ai Chapter President Kelsey Mecklenburg;
* Event photos, videos, and more!


ALL WELCOME so bring your lunch!!

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Colorado Cutthroat Con: Artist Alley

Here is a great opportunity to showcase your work at Cutthroat Con’s Artist Alley.  The Artist Alley  is Free and a great way to show off their skills.  Instructions are below.  - Cornell 

If you are an up and coming gaming studio looking for a great way to show off your current build of your game with the chance to get great beta testing from you community or you are developer wanting to show off a new phone app or an artist looking to show off and sell your work then we have a place for you.
CutthroatCon, just like SuperCon 2010 last year, is providing a FREE artist alley for all artists wanting to show off their talents. For the first time this year if a you are game developer needing a 10 X 10 spot to show off your work we are offering this space for $300 per booth. Please send an email to cutthroatcon@coloradocutthroat.com with the following information:
Game Developers:
  • Name
  • Phone Number
  • Name of Company
  • What game/app are you showcasing
  • Equipment Needed
  • Additional Comments / Questions
Artist Alley:
  • Name
  • Phone Number
  • Name of Company
  • Website
  • Additional Comments / Questions
  • Picture (optional) (150 X 150)
  • Bio
Note: If you are looking for a display that is larger than 10 X 10 a charge will assoicated with that size.
Current Game Developers

Colorado Cutthroat Connection: CutthroatCon 2011


Date: July 30th, 2011  Location: University of Colorado in Denver, 900 Auraria Parkway 80204, Tivoli Building

Stemming from SuperCon 2011, Colorado Cutthroat is proud to present CutthroatCon. Cutthroat Con is part of SuperCon 2K Series and home to the 9th annual Colorado Cutthroat Console Tournament, the state championship for Colorado Cutthroat. CutthroatCon is committed to showcasing game developers, talented artist and talented tournament players in Colorado as well as provide the following for game enthusiasts in Colorado and beyond:

  • Highlight game developers and graphic artists in Colorado and beyond
  • Host a panel of professionals from the gaming industry to educate those
    who attend on aspects of the gaming industry
  • Bring in a celebrity guest from the gaming industry to speak
  • Support those educational institutions that support Colorado Cutthroat throughout
    the year i.e. Westwood College, University of Colorado in Denver
  • Award three awards in the amount 1st - $1000, 2nd - $500, 3rd - $250 to
    those students who submit graphic artist and game development work to be judged.
    Total prize money would be $3500

  • Raise charity money for the charity organizations that we work with i.e.Children's
    Hospital and Black Student Services
  • Provide organizations the ability to showcase their product to gamers across
    Colorado and beyond
  • Showcase the talent of competitive and casual video gaming with our 9th
    annual Colorado Cutthroat Console Tournament (State Championship)

Colorado Cutthroat and the NVGA is hosting a one day gaming convention that will provide a wonderful gaming experience for everyone.

Friday, June 10, 2011

2011 Young Filmmakers Workshops

2011 Young Filmmakers Workshops

The Denver Film Society’s Young Filmmakers Workshops are leading filmmaking camps for Denver’s teenage filmmakers, ages 12-19. In the workshops, participants have opportunities to learn the art of filmmaking, refine their work with film industry professionals, collaborate with other young filmmakers, and exhibit their films in public premieres.

Introductory Workshop - June 27- July 8 at Denver Open Media
The Denver Film Society’s youth filmmaking camp begins with an introductory Young Filmmakers Workshop. Designed for beginners, this two-week course in basic filmmaking teaches students to create their own short, narrative film.

Masters Class - August 1-12 at Denver Open Media
In their second year, students can continue with the Masters Class, a two-week course for filmmakers looking for more in-depth instruction. Topics include non-narrative story development, advanced audio, lighting, editing, and an overview of careers in film production. Past lecturers have included Colorado Public Radio film critic Howie Movshovitz as well as local Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Daniel Junge and Academy Award winner Donna Dewey. In recent years, several graduates of our Masters Class have gone on to pursue film at nationally-known programs such as New York University and Loyola Marymount.  Denver Open Media is located at 700 Kalamanth St. in the Santa Fe Arts District

Animation Workshop - July 11-22
In 2011, we are expanding the Young Filmmakers Workshop with a new Animation offering. The Animation course will teach the basics of two dimensional animation, focusing on essential narrative elements like character development and story-telling.
The Animation Workshop will take place on the campus of the Rocky Mountain School of Art and Design - 1600 Pierce Street, Lakewood, CO 80214

Scholarships - APPLICATIONS DUE BY MAY 10!
Reflecting our mission of bringing film to diverse communities, we have made a point of offering significant scholarships for deserving youth to attend the Young Filmmakers Workshops. To request information about a scholarship, please contact youngfilmmakers@denverfilm.org.
Students who cancel within one month of the workshops are only eligible for a 50% refund.

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

JOB ALERT: Visual Arts and Design Teaching Position: 2D/3D Animation

Visual Arts and Design Teaching Position: 2D/3D Animation

Earn up to $6000 per 3 credit course at Innovative New Campus!

Creative inspiration and industry demands led Vista PEAK Campus to generate a 2D3D Visual and Design Arts Institute.  Vista PEAK leadership is looking to secure a CTE credentialed Visual Arts & Design teacher to deliver the following courses:

MGD119 Maya 1

Introduces students to Maya, a high-end character animation tool. Emphasis is on building models of various types. Students learn setting up and animating scenes for render in movie format.

MGD122 Sculpting for Digital Media 

Introduces conceptualization of surface coloration, painting and manipulation of 3D digitizer and environments. You will construct sculptures using organic, inorganic, abstract, and realistic subject matter. You will learn to operate a 3D scanner, digitize a sculpture, and bring the electronic file into a computer animation application for manipulation

MGD125 3D Model Gaming

Introduces basic 3D modeling and rendering features of a specific 3D modeling software. Students will understand 3D geometry, model management, creating materials, material editor effects, beginning photo-realistic rendering, project management, basic rendering concepts and archiving projects. Students will understand how to use modeling translators, file formats, and conversion applications to move models from the modeling application for use in a gaming application, gaming engine or gaming environment.

Vista PEAK Campus Philosophy: “education should be real-world and relevant, innovative and connected; where staff and students thrive with choice and responsibility; to cultivate creativity and invention

Vision: To ensure every student who enters the Vista PEAK Campus graduates with a high school diploma, college credits and/or degrees, industry credentials and certifications in order to be successful in postsecondary and workforce experiences.

Location: VISTA PEAK Campus, http://p20.aurorak12.org/ http://www.aps.k12.co.us/schools/pathways/

Position: Visual Arts and Design Pathway elective courses including the use of AutoDesk Maya Software (3 dimensional modeling software/ training available)

Salary: Up to $18,000 depending upon qualifications & willingness to teach all 3 courses

Days/Hours: Flexible/Negotiable

E-mail Arts & Communication Director Garrett Rosa @ gjrosa@aps.k12.co.us to get more information about this amazing position!

Friday, May 27, 2011

Creative Connections EXPO 2011

The Connections Expo is a local trade show for creative professionals to show their skills, and learn how to improve their business. There will be roughly 2 dozen speakers including Maxon (the makers of Cinema4D) and ToonBoom, alongside a wide range of professional an arts related discussion. Check us out on the web at http://5280cc.com/expo/

The Connections Expo is presented by Creative Connections, The nations largest free networking group for all manner of creative professionals. You can learn more about us at http://www.5280cc.com/or join us on our meet up group at http://www.meetup.com/Creative-Connections/