Surviving and thriving as an independent in a market dominated by global corporate powerhouses is the topic for the next Women in Animation International event, set for July 15 in Los Angeles.
The event will include a panel titled ‘Thriving Indies,’ which will be moderated by Moonscoop’s Nicolas Atlan and will feature as panelists Brendan Burch from 6 Point Harness Studios, Ashley Postlewaite from Renegade Animation, Chris Hamilton from OddBot, Chris Prynoski from Titmouse and Marge Dean from Wildbrain
The evening will begin with a networking session at 6:30 p.m. featuring hors d’oeuvres, win and jazz music. At 7 p.m., David Corbett, executive director of development and production of Rubicon Studios will present a screening of the new Pink Panther & Pals animated series, with the panel discussion following.
The event will be held at 6 Point Harness Studios, 1627 N. Gower St., Unit 3, Los Angeles, CA 90028. Street parking, meter parking and some lot parking is available near the studio. Entry to the event will be free for members and $10 for nonmembers. RSVPs are required by email to [email protected]
The event is presented by WIA with generous sponsorship provided by: Brendan Burch on behalf of 6 Point Harness, Randa Ayoubi on behalf of Rubicon Studios, Wine Expo and The Hillmen.