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22nd September 2010

Take Advantage of Early Bird Prices For Upcoming Events

Tickets for Anomaly H2O, a dynamic showcase of talented artists from across North America presented by CG Movement, are now available. A Anomaly H20fusion of an art workshop and party that brings 2D/3D artists together to share inspiration and creativity, Anomaly H2O will take place on Saturday, October 30, 2010 at the Vancouver Aquarium, one of Canada’s favourite and most beautiful attractions.

Early Bird tickets are available until September 30th at a cost of $55.00 ($45.00 for students). Regular ticket prices are $65.00 ($55.00 for students). Your ticket includes not only a great night of networking and unforgettable artistic inspiration, but also:

* Admission to Anomaly presentations and party
* One year CGmovement membership
* Raffle ticket for door prizes
* Complimentary event t-shirt
* Snacks throughout the event

Keynote speakers are digital painter Craig Mullins and concept artist Jason Stokes. Featured artists for the evening include Anna Fehr, Cesar Rizo, Daryl Mandryk, Jake Collinge, Jesse Turner, Marco Menco, Matthew Barrett, Richard Anderson, Tran Nguyen and Ty Shelton.

MIGSIf you are planning to attend the Montreal International Game Summit but haven’t bought your tickets yet, time is running out. Early Bird pricing for MiGS ends on September 24th, so you should act fast to save 30% on the cost of attendance. Entries for the for the ‘Create your own advertisement concept for the 2011 MIGS‘ contest also close at midnight on the 24th. The winner will get to see his ad in the printed program, which will be distributed to the 1,500 attendees of the 2010 summit. Plus, the winner also gets a free pass for the event.

nextMEDIA TorontonextMEDIA Toronto has published its session schedule for the upcoming November 29th – 30th event which will be held at The Design Exchange. Submissions for the Digital Hot List partnering program close on October 1st, so get your entry in now. Early Bird pricing for the conference ends on October 15th; it is possible to purchase a single day pass, and don’t forget that your nextMEDIA pass includes one ticket to the Canada New Media Awards, with additional ceremony tickets available for $150.00 each.

The Art of ManagementOn November 15th join The New York Times bestselling Author of Blink, Tipping Point, Outliers and What the Dog Saw, Malcolm Gladwell along with former CEO of The Walt Disney Company and author of the forthcoming book Working Together Michael Eisner as they headline The Art of Management Conference at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

“We are excited to present this line up of speakers to Toronto’s business community and are confident that we have designed a conference that will help organizations learn to respond to what is happening in the world today,” says Christopher Novais, VP Marketing & Communications at The Art of Productions Inc

Building on the success of the sold out 2009 program, The Art of Management returns to Toronto with five internationally renowned bestselling authors and visionaries including:

* Malcolm Gladwell on Understanding Success, Decision Making & Trends
* Michael Eisner on Creativity in Leadership & Partnerships
* Nilofer Merchant on Collaboration & Strategy
* Simon Sinek on Inspiring Performance
* Mitch Joel on Managing in a Connected World

They will join over 1,500 of Canada’s most influential entrepreneurs, senior executives and management teams as they gather to gain the insights shared by today’s leaders in management and leadership thinking at this highly anticipated conference. “The Art of Management is a world-class event,” says Mitch Joel, President of Twist Image and author of the best-selling business book, Six Pixels of Separation. “While I am honoured to be one of the speakers at this event, I am even more excited to be in the audience, listening and learning from people like Malcolm Gladwell, Michael Eisner, Simon Sinek and Nilofer Merchant.”

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