The Visual Effects Society of New York is holding a Town Hall-style meeting tonight at 7pm at SVA Theater.
This is awesome for many reasons. The setup of the meeting will be a conversation between audience members and panelists. There are some challenges facing our industry at the moment, and this is a great opportunity to speak openly about concerns, ideas, and solutions.
Andrew Bly, Molecule principal and VES secretary/treasurer explains:
“Unlike other town halls where topics are predetermined, we sent out a survey to the local vfx community to see what’s most important to everyone. We took that feedback to shape the topics discussed and to book panelists who are best suited to address those topics. This town hall was truly shaped by the vfx community to keep the conversation going forward on topics that matter most to them. ”
In other words this Town Hall is about you! Come and make your voice heard, and ask questions from the experts in the industry.
Plus, weather in NYC tonight is calling for monsoon-like conditions, so why not hang out with some of your best VFX buddies in a nice, cozy, and beautiful setting?
You don’t have to be a VES member to participate. Bring everyone!
Date: Tonight! 10/10/13
Location: SVA Theater, 333 W 23rd St.
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May in NYC is already proving to be hazy, hot, and humid. By June it’s likely that your candles will have all melted in their jars and staying in your apartment will become a sauna that you didn’t ask for – so come cool off with us for a day-long celebration of the art of the Edit!
Last night’s “Elementary” was a snowy one. If you don’t follow the show, Sherlock Holmes and his assistant Joan Watson try to solve a crime in the middle of a massive blizzard. The city has shut down and the roads are treacherous…It is the worst blizzard the city has seen in years…
In reality though, the city was totally fine! That’s where we helped out.