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Film, Animation, Media & Graphic Design student conferences 2011

Tue, 4 May 2010

Film, Animation, Media & Graphic Design student conferences 2011

Exciting news for 2011! Our Save The Date Conference flyer should be arriving in your pidgeon hole right now. It contains details of all our forthcoming student conferences in London, Paris and New York.

Some exciting news for 2010/11

PENCIL TO PIXEL, our Film & Animation conference, is moving to Paris-home of new wave cinema. This gives you a variety of ways to think of travelling, be it Eurostar, Air or Coach. We’ve also recently introduced a competition whereby students submit a short film which is shown and judged during the conference. Packages start from as little as £229 for 3 nights.

For 4 DESIGNERS, our Graphic Design event, we’re delighted to be holding prices at 2010 prices. Keeping the high level of presenters that the conference is known for, we’ve also introduced the idea of keynote speakers – David Kester, the CEO of the Design Council spoke at this year’s event.

MEDIA LIVE! now in it’s third year, is a curriculum-linked event ideal for 6th Formers. By providing case studies and having a careers panel, students are able to come away from the conference with a real insight into this fascinating and dynamic industry. This conference also has a short film competition for students to enter.

To download our further information packs or to view our conference videos and photo galleries-showing the success of this year’s events-please go to here

Alternatively you can just click on the ‘Reply’ button on the bottom of this email-and we’ll be in touch with you straight away.


Still not sure if a conference is for you?

  • Attending a conference ensures your trip has a real educational focus
  • Q&A sessions with a our carefully chosen speakers are a vital and fun way of engaging students in lively debates
  • There is no minimum group size so if your group is 6 students or 60 students we can accommodate your individual requirements.
  • Many students have gained invaluable work experience from our speakers

Kind regards

Natalie
 

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