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Blender workshops: Greece, Germany, Italy


doris-day-teachers-pet3Three new Blender workshops have been announced.

Lamia, Greece: November 11-23

Chris Smailis wrote:

The Technological Educational Institution (T.E.I.) of Lamia in Greece and its Informatics and Computer Technology Department are organizing a series of seminars for Blender

The topics covered will be:

  • 3D Modeling
  • 3D Animation
  • Python Scripting
  • Basic Game Development

Starting date is November 11 2009 and the last day is November 23 2009. The seminars will take place at the amphitheater of the Faculty oftechnological applications building every Monday from 6:00pm-8:00pm. Presenters: Chris Smailis and Athanasios Karavatos. Read more in the announcement.

Munich, Germany: November 13

Richy wrote:

There will be a free Multimedia Workshop about Gimp, Inkscape and Blender 2.5
in Munich, Germany. This workshop on Friday, 2009-11-13 is for beginners and people who're using other (commercial) software and want to switch to OpenSource. You can learn something about creating logos in Inkscape, manipulating images in Gimp and creating fluid simulations, special effects (compositing) and much more in blender 2.5.

This workshop is for about 40 people; everybody who is interested in - here you can get your free ticket (Website in German).

Turin, Italy: November 4-6

Kino wrote:

We organize an event/workshop inside Viewconference 2009 in Turin italy. EnV and Gillan are the two tutor for the Blender workshop, ther's also a Cinelerra workshop. SparkDE and the Industrial Design University are the chairman for the roundtable you can see the "press release".

See also the cgsociety announcement.

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  1. Great News!

    I won'T make it to munich since its all across the country, but still i bet the place is going to be crawling with blenderheads wich get the opportunity to learn more on blender 2.5!

  2. SebastianErler on

    The workshop in munich sounds great. But still to far away from Dresden.

    Have Fun! To everybody who will be there.

  3. about the italian one (in torino)...

    just 30 places for the Blender workshops! i could not register, sadly...
    it's a pity that just 30 place were available for free...

    i wonder if making them non-free could have helped to grow participant numbers...


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