Graduate to Host Presentation at SPARK FX 2016
January 27, 2016
(VANCOUVER, BC January 2016) - Chris Van Dyck, a 2004 graduate from The Art Institute of Vancouver with a Diploma in Visual Effects Digital Animation Master, will be hosting a presentation on the VFX work from Mad Max: Fury Road at SPARK FX 2016. The presentation is entitled “Mad Max: Toxic Storm” and will take place on Saturday, February 6 at 3:00 pm.
SPARK FX is an initiative of Spark Computer Graphics Society. Started in 2008, the conference strives to bring the best of the international community to Vancouver. For more information on SPARK FX and Spark Computer Graphics Society, visit http://sparkfx.ca/index.php.
The conference will be held at the Vancouver International Film Centre, Vancity Theatre, 1181 Seymour Street, Vancouver.
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