Foundry virtual events
During these (here’s that word), ‘unprecedented’ times, a lot of companies are presenting discounted training and webinar promotions for their software.
In the light of the Foundry has announced its virtual events plan. In the light of COVID-19, Foundry has introduced new ways for its customers to adapt to remote working, offering access to Foundry software and transitioning all its current events to online.
The virtual events will next week (early April 2020), with the goal of connecting artists and offering support and insights to the creative industry. Foundry’s events will continue to feature a mix of speakers from the VFX industry: compositors, lighting artists and 3D artists.
Click through HERE to see the different types of events Foundry will be offering: They are also listed below.
Foundry LIVEstream – a series of talks around projects, pipelines and tools.
Foundry Webinars – A 30-40 min technical deep dive into Foundry products, workflows and 3rd party tools.
Foundry Skill-Ups – A 30 min guide to improving your skills as a compositor/lighter/texture artist to get to that next level in your career.
Foundry Sessions – Special conversations with our customers, sharing insights, tips and tricks.
Foundry Workflow Wednesdays – 10 min weekly videos posted on social media showing tips and tricks with Nuke from our experts.
Each virtual event will have a 15 min Q&A. Registration information for all events will be posted on Foundry’s social media channels and website.
“Our main goal is to keep our global community of artists inspired and engaged during these uncertain times,” says Jennifer Goldfinch, Foundry’s Director, Worldwide Field Marketing and Alliances. “Connecting with our customers has always been important to all of us at Foundry. We are excited to launch this series of virtual events so we can bring customers and industry partners together to share insights, projects and stories from around the globe.”
Foundry will be announcing the program for Foundry LIVEstream in the upcoming weeks.
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