With the intent to facilitate an environment to grow Canada’s interactive community in the utmost of organic fashions, FITC Toronto 2010 is hosting the Design and Technology Festival from April 25th – 27th. Featured presenters will includes digital artists, flash presenters and seasoned artistic and technology leaders and innovators.
With the goal to cover all aspects of flash and digital media within a greater business context, it’s no wonder that the event has seen over 1000 participants from all corners of the world. With the understanding that networking events are relevant and useful to the interactive community, in that they bring about the chance for direct feedback, synergies and interactions, the FITC is hosting the ‘Get a Job’ event on April 24th, a free to attend job fair, specifically for the interactive community.
Every year, the FITC employs a new and relevant theme to the festival. This year, the theme ‘Playground,’ was chosen by artist James Paterson (presstube.com) and hopes to inspire an even greater energy around the event.
What’s it all about anyway? Why should I go?
It starts with the presentations. Three solidly packed days of presentations, both technical and creative. Presenters from around the world have been hand-picked for their skill and talent, and all are eager to share and meet you. Most times, you will have five different presentations to choose from. It’s also about the networking. Being able to meet and talk to people who share your passion for this industry. Meet them at the presentations, in the exhibitor hall, or at one of the evening parties. Did we mention the parties? We don’t mean to toot our own horn, but FITC parties are legendary. Not that you should come just for the parties, but you could, if you really wanted to. We wouldn’t tell anyone.Who goes to an FITC event?
Flash Designer, Flash Developers, Motion Graphic Artists, Digital Artists and anyone in or having an interest in Flash and digital media. From our technical presentations for the beginner, the intermediate, and the super advanced, to the inspirational creative sessions, there is always something to choose from.
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