Arena Animation will present ‘Perspectives: A seminar on Animation’ at Educational Multimedia Research Center, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Takshila Parisar, Khandwa Road, Indore on Saturday 13th September 2008 from 10 am onwards.
The Symposium will be followed by a recruitment drive by Rhythm & Hues, where it will conduct an aptitude test for students who wish to take up a creative career with them.The Symposium will feature prominent speakers from National Institute of Design & Rhythm & Hues Studios.
The first session will be taken by Sekhar Mukherjee, National Institute of Design, who will enlighten the audience on ‘Case study of student projects and the Importance of Design Process’.
The second session will be conducted by Rhythm & Hues Studios, who will showcase the work done by Rhythm & Hues – India on Award-winning Hollywood films like “The Golden Compass’ and Alvin & The Chipmunks”.
Perspectives, which has been held in all major metros and mini metros across the last two years, aims to bring together professionals from the Animation Community on a common platform to share their knowledge, thoughts, views and experiences of the animation Industry with the students, helping then get an insight into the tremendous career options within Animation, VFX and Gaming. International luminaries viz. Chris Webster, Head of Animation Provision at the University of the West of England, Bristol and Tim Mostert, internationally acclaimed animator and creator of the ‘Speedy’ comic strip of Daily Sun newspaper of South Africa, have addressed audiences in India.
Arena Animation is a Pioneer, Trendsetter and Global Leader in Animation education. Arena has an extensive network of centers & has trained over 2, 50,000 students globally since it’s inception in 1996.
Arena offers industry relevant courses on Animation & Multimedia to students aspiring for global careers in this New Age industry. It trains students as well as professionals in the latest industry relevant courses backed by alliances with world leaders, a world-class faculty and the latest technical educational tools.