Thursday, 6 October 2016

Blue GFX Expo is Back! Thursday 17th November 2016

Blue GFX Expo is taking place in London on 17th November 2016

Last year speakers included Tom Box from Blue Zoo, one of the UK's biggest TV animation companies, Stuart Penn from Framestore, and representatives from Autodesk showing the latest Maya tools. 

For all our students, this is a great chance to catch up with new technology and meet in person people from the UK's top animation and visual effects houses - including recruiters.  And best of all, it's completely free.

What's BlueGFX Expo all about?
The Bluegfx Expo is a superb opportunity for students and professionals working in games development, film, TV and design visualisation to chat with each other and learn about the latest developments in technology and workflow systems. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet industry vendors and try out the latest products.  Last year over 300 visitors enjoyed a day of presentations from industry leaders and product demonstrations from Autodesk, Nexenta, Chaos Group and Adobe.

How much does it cost?
Nothing! BlueGFX Expo is completely free!

How can you apply?
To Register, go to this page and scroll down until you find the Register button.

When is it taking place?
The BlueGFX annual expo is on Thursday November 17th and lasts all day.

Where is is happening?
At the Coin Street Centre on London's South Bank, just across Waterloo Bridge.  The address is 108 Stamford St, London, South Bank SE1 9NH.  See the map below, courtesy of Google Maps.

How do you get there?
The Coin Street Centre is 5 min walk from Waterloo train and tube station and Southwark tube station. You can also take the Tube to Embankment and Temple, and then walk across the river.  When you get to Stamford Street, look for the big yellow modern building.

See you there!


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