Glenn Rane Speaker At Gnomon Workshop Live

World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King’s Creative Development Art Director Glenn Rane is part of the line-up of speakers at the Gnomon Workshop Live throughout June 27-28 from 10am-7pm at the Soundstage 15, Television Center Building (TVC). This is a great opportunity for digital artists to get some quality time with Glenn Rane, but more importantly, Blizzard will have career recruiters at the event. Bring your portfolio and reels, and become a Blizzard Entertainment artist with all the benefits package and reputation behind it. One ticket allows full access to the 2-day weekend event. Student Tickets ($150), Advanced Registration ($ 175 – before June 1 while supplies last), On-Site ($ 225).

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1015 N Cahuenga Blvd
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GNOMON WORKSHOP LIVE!
A Weekend of Entertainment Design and Visual Effects Techniques
June 27 & 28, 2009

HOLLYWOOD, CA – The Gnomon Workshop is proud to announce its eighth Gnomon Workshop LIVE weekend to be held at the Gnomon School of Visual Effects in Hollywood, CA. The event will feature another incredible line-up of instructors and speakers in and out of The Gnomon Workshop library.

See presentations and demos by highly accomplished artists who will take you inside their own personal projects and processes. This event provides a rare opportunity to meet these artists, learn from their experiences, and discuss issues important to the entertainment industries. The artists in our line-up include Jordu Schell, Ben Procter, Scott Patton, Ian Joyner, Paul Richards, Alex Oliver, Chuk Wojtkiewicz, Chris Kirshbaum, Jonathan Berube, Glenn Rane and more to be announced. These artists have worked on such projects as Avatar, Cloverfield, Iron Man, Transformers, Tim Burton

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