Computer graphicsanimation, special effects, gaming: the BigDay wants to celebrate some of the most dynamic sectors of the market. The two days (5 and 6 May) organized by BigRockthe first computer graphics school in Italy, wants to put creatives at the centre.
BigDay, the event dedicated to BigRock computer graphics
The data predicts a annual increase of more than 11% for the computer graphics market, with a large demand for labor until 2030. Young people can find work in marketing, advertising, cinema or video games.
BigRock has been training around 300 students for over 15 years per year fans of 3D e Visual Effect for the cinema. And then proposes the third edition of BigDaya two-day event dedicated to discussion and interaction on these topics.
The day of May 5 will be reserved for students of the 4th and 5th year of schools high school students and all young people interested in this world who want to learn more about the opportunities offered by school and participate in talks and workshops. They will be able to follow the talks and confront Italian Digital Effects, Framestore and Luxottica.
May 6 will be open to the public and aimed at all those who love Computer Graphics, Game Design, Concept Art and Sound Design. The day is organized to listen and dialogue with a series of professionals. Between these Alessandra Restivowho worked on the 3D animation of Thor Love and Thunder e Black Adam. And Federico Favaro, who collaborated on Beauty and the Beast, Tom & Jerrybut also Avengers: Infinity War ed Endgame.
Marco Savini, founder of BigRock, explains: “I have always believed that training is one of the pillars of a person’s professional growth. It’s not easy for kids to find the right path, especially today when the choice is incredibly vast and there’s no shortage of opportunities. With BigRock we set ourselves the goal of opening the doors to a constantly evolving world that offers ever-growing job opportunities and the results achieved by the students are the greatest satisfaction for us”.
You can find tickets for this free event here.