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Tuesday, July 30, 2013

CTN eXpo Reminder: International Art Challenge For Students - Warm Up your Tools!

Deadline is Sunday, September 15, 2013.

Only a little more than one month more to go, so warm up your tools and shoot! You can win an exclusive VIP trip to the CTN Animation eXpo in November. Please find all information how to participate right over HERE!

For German speaking students the bureau of Creative Industries was so kind and posted a brief roundup over here: CTN Career Opportunity Challenge


  1. Great reminder, love the newly added branding tools to this very CTN icon! I look forward to seeing you in Burbank, again! You're such an inspiration to all of us, producers and artists, thanks!

  2. Can I (from Belgium) give it a try?

  3. Cheers, Derek! :)

    @Anonymous, sure, go for it!