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
1:00-4:30PM

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!


Agenda

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!
admissions@maxthemutt.com | 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.