The Future of the Entertainment Arts

MTM is excited to invite you to a special online event:

The Future of the Entertainment Arts

Saturday April 24, 2021

The Entertainment Arts industry has been affected by COVID, like many others. Some changes include teams working from home, higher than ever demand for at-home entertainment and quickly produced content, and changes to film festivals and award show events. Although some of these changes are temporary, many will likely persist into the near future – and some may change the industry forever.

On Saturday April 24, join MTM for what the effect of COVID means for the future of the industry in the next 5-10 years. We’ll start with a quick introduction to Max the Mutt College, followed by a panel of industry experts. For those who are new to the school or wish to learn more, you’re welcome to stick around for the Virtual Tour and Diploma Program Q&A happening after the event.

All are welcome – we hope to see you there!

Register Here!


1:00 PM: Welcome to Max the Mutt!

1:15 PM: Industry Panel – “Looking Beyond COVID: The Future of the Entertainment Arts”

With Panelists:

Paris Alleyne, Award-winning Colourist and Comic Book Illustrator
Tiffani Brown, Background Painter on Thomas & Friends / NELVANA / Corus Entertainment at NELVANA
Aaron Long, Supervising Director on Tuca & Bertie at ShadowMachine, past Director/Animator for Bojack Horseman

Moderated by MTM third year Animation student Gerry Fonseca Viruega

3:30 PM: Virtual Tour and Diploma Program Q&A Take a virtual tour of our school led by one of our Program Coordinators. Ask all your burning questions!


Questions? Contact us now! | 416-703-6877 | 1-877-486-MUTT

Curious to see what goes on at Max the Mutt?
Check out our Student Showcases from Spring 2020.