Bryce Camp Sedona will be held May 20-24 at the Yavapai College Sedona Center for Arts and Technology in Sedona, AZ — registration for the event ends May 15. Participants will spend their time in a Mac/PC lab with Bryce experts showing them how to better use Corel’s 3D natural landscape software.
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The faculty will include “Real World Bryce 4” author Susan Kitchens; Hollywood digital artist Chris Casady; computer artist and computer graphics researcher Dr. Ken Musgrave; 3D artist Scott Tucker; and 3D artist and animator Clay Hagebusch. Students will be using the latest PC and Macintosh workstations at the Sedona Center’s media lab. The lab is fully networked with a T1 line and peripherals such as Wacom tablets, CD burners, scanners and printers. A
VR tour of the media lab and of the sights around Sedona are online.
Bryce Camp Sedona is sponsored by Corel, Peachpit Press and Pandromeda. The event is being produced by digital video artist Michael Sigmon. He is a contributor to and animation consultant for “Real World Bryce 4” and taught animation at Bryce Camp Denver in October 2000. He has worked extensively in digital video, broadcast and independent video production for 14 years.
Tuition is US$995 for five days of instruction, a sunset Jeep tour and other perks. There will be special presentations by Corel and Ken Musgrave, as well as freebies, such as software and books, from the sponsors. For more details go to the
Bryce Camp Web site.