The event will be organised by the State Government and Association of Bangalore Animation Industry,ET Bureau|Jun 17, 2019, 02.44 PM ISTThinkStock PhotosThe three-day event will be held from June 21 at The Lalit Ashok, Bengaluru. The Bengaluru GAFX conference, Asia’s largest animation, visual effects, gaming and comics (AVGC) event, is coming alive in Bengaluru. The three-day event will be held from June 21 at The Lalit Ashok, Bengaluru. The event will be organised by the State Government and Association of Bangalore Animation Industry (ABAI).
GAFX conference intends to attract experts, studios, production houses, game developers from all over the world. This biggest event for artists of Games, Animation & Visual Effects Industry will bring together industry veterans, professionals, students, academia, technology partners, animation, VFX & games studios and production houses under one roof to provide exposure to talents as well as subject matter expertise to professionals, artists and students, the organisers said in a press release.
BS Srinivas, Co-chair of Bengaluru GAFX 2019 and Secretary, ABAI, said: “The Bengaluru GAFX conference has gathered massive response from AVGC experts and enthusiasts across the globe. The event will bring together the best minds in the industry and benefit interested professionals and students. We aim to make the event as helpful and responsive as possible for the benefit of all.”
Pete Draper, PC Sanath, Arielle Martin, Avneet Kaur, Catherine Branscome, Chris Harlowe, Christian Bohm, Cindy Armstrong, JaykarArudra, Matthew Plec, Owen Hurley, Prasad Sutar, Rajiv Chillaka, RK Chand, Sheila De Courcy, and Tushar Kewlani will take part in the event.
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