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12 December 2009, 12:41 AM

We are pleased to announce that the second annual EvolveCG Conference will be held at the Hilton Marina in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida on May 15-16. This will be a two day event filled with workshops, job fairs, an awards show and much, much more.

EvolveCG was specifically created to help students in areas with low-to-zero animation industry presence or access, the opportunity to both learn and observe from some of the best Computer Graphic, and Visual Effects Artist in the world. This event is designed by professionals to provide a purely educational experience for both students and professionals alike.

EvolveCG has an amazing line up of presenters covering all of the different major disciplines of Computer Animation. Everything from: Character Design/Creation and Feature Animation, to Technical Rigging and Virtual Set Creation for Films & Games. These subjects, and many more, will be broken up into eight – three hour long workshops detailing the production process of the various disciplines.

Additionally, EvolveCG is also excited to be bringing back our Critique Corner; which is a one of a kind opportunity for artist to have a one-on-one sit down with an industry professional of their choice. These professional artists will review your portfolio while providing you with direct and insightful feedback. We will also be expanding our job fair with more game studios and film company selections.

On top of this, EvovleCG will be incorporating a gallery for our first ever challenge; “The Hunter”. Attendees will be able to view all wining submissions from the challenge, as well as an awards ceremony to announce the Grand Prize winners from the competition catagories.

EvolveCG | Computer Graphics Conference and Job Fair will be an event to remember. Make sure you secure your place there! REGISTER TODAY AT :

-Evolve CG Team

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