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« on: April 17, 2009, 04:48:26 AM »

Hey guys,
This seemed like a very late notice, but if any can make it it'd be great.

A friend of mine has organized an event inviting CG artists from different places to have a night drawing/CGing jam. It's about learning from the professionals and each other.

(Is this posted? or you guys heard of it?)

The event is called anomaly you can probably find more info on their facebook page
or maybe their main page

there are a lot of featured artists who have comfirmed to be there. some includes:
# Marco Menco
# Daryl Mandryk
# Jeff Simpson
# Steven Chen
# Jesse Turner
# David Tran
# Peter Zoppi
# Julianna Kolakis

And many more

The event is on 25th April from 6pm to 12am
The ticket for group is $85 each or if you are a student $75

I think there was an event held not long ago in US and was way bigger and goes allnight. But it's a start!

--official description--
[Anomaly] is a fusion of an art workshop and party to be held in Vancouver on Saturday, April 25, 2009. This will be the first event of its kind featuring the best local artists and showcase live art demonstrations, keynote speakers, and a lounge party throughout the night from 6pm to 12am. The purpose of the event is to bring 2D/3D artists together and provide a platform for inspiration and creativity.

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