[Bf-education] SIGGRAPH 2013 BOF
Aditia A. Pratama
aditia.ap at gmail.com
Sat Jan 26 22:11:01 CET 2013
Your goal is very exact as my expertise. I've been teaching Visual arts
using FOSS (Mainly blender for animation, inkscape for vector and gimp for
image manipulation) in a college for almost 2 years.
I also made a website to publish my tutorial in http://fossgrafis.com and
currently made a series in youtube called 'Blender Feature' which is reveal
the new feature of blender for next release. Check my youtube
This year I have a plan to initiate non-profit organization which focus on
delivering knowlegde of content creation using only opensource software in
You can check on my linkedin for more experience and my skills
I'm also active in both #blender and #blendercoders channel in IRC with
nick aditia to maintain communication with developers and giving technical
assistance to new user as well.
SiGGRAPH is big event, and it's may a good chance for me to contribute my
knowledge as well.
Thank you Wobbe and let me know the soonest.
On Jan 27, 2013 12:42 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 2013
> 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?
> Wobbe F. Koning
> websysadmin, ACM SIGGRAPH Education Committee
> wobbe at siggraph.org
> Wobbe F. Koning
> Assistant Professor of Animation
> Department of Art and Design
> Montclair State University
> wobbe.koning at montclair.edu
> Bf-education mailing list
> Bf-education at blender.org
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