[Bf-education] SIGGRAPH 2013 BOF

arno.kroner arno at arnokroner.com
Sat Jan 26 19:02:11 CET 2013

Hi Morgan

Do you know there are Blender user group meetings in the area now?


On 1/26/13 9:53 AM, "Morgan Barnard" <morgan.barnard at gmail.com> wrote:

>Hi Wobbe,
>I've been using Blender in the art department at long beach city college
>for the past year. I'm planning on attending siggraph 13 and would love
>to participate in the session to share my experiences. We also offer a
>suite of open source alternatives on our systems.
>I'm new to the Blender education list and fairly new to Blender. While
>there are challenges to using open source in education, I think there are
>some great advantages especially for fine artists working with
>Thank you,
>On Jan 26, 2013, at 8:41 AM, "Wobbe F. Koning" <wobbe at siggraph.org> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I just subscribed to this list with a very specific goal: I am looking
>> for educators who use Free and Open Source Software in the visual arts.
>> I am organizing a education Birds of a Feather session for SIGGRAPH
>> and have found a software expert and a professor in Computer Sience
>> willing to participate. I would also like to have an educator from the
>> visual arts to join us, beside myself. We are using Maya.
>> Are there (higher ed) schools out there using Blender (and/or other
>> FOSS), especially within the arts?
>> Cheers,
>> Wobbe.
>> _______________________
>> Wobbe F. Koning
>> websysadmin, ACM SIGGRAPH Education Committee
>> wobbe at siggraph.org
>> education.siggraph.org
>> a.k.a.
>> Wobbe F. Koning
>> Assistant Professor of Animation
>> Department of Art and Design
>> Montclair State University
>> wobbe.koning at montclair.edu
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