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PROMISED LAND ART FESTIVAL 2024 IS COMING AND TICKETS ARE UP FOR GRABS!

PROMISED LAND ART FESTIVAL 2024 IS COMING AND TICKETS ARE UP FOR GRABS!

Each and every day gets us that much closer to this year’s edition of Promised Land Art Festival, which will take place from September 8th until September 10th at EC1 Łódź in the city of Łódź, Poland.


Creative industry professionals planning on visiting us have plenty to look forward to: dozens of hours of lectures and discussion panels touching on a variety of subjects such as illustration, concept art, 3D modeling, animation, VFX, UI art, lighting, cinematic design, DTP, graphic design, and technical art; hands-on workshops in both digital and traditional art, the latter including sculpting in clay, painting, as well as sketching during life drawing sessions; lots and lots of networking opportunities, both structured and freeform; showcases of art and technology from Promised Land Art Festival partners, and many more activities and attractions — which we’ll be sharing info about as we get closer to the event.


As for who’s coming to share their knowledge and expertise with you this year, we’ve got a star-studded lineup we’re steadily unveiling right here on the official website, as well as on our social media channels on Instagram, X, Facebook, and LinkedIn. So far we’ve announced 12 speakers, including Pav Grochola (Sony Pictures Imageworks), Anna Roan and Oscar Gonzalez (Insomniac Games), John Crossland (Remedy Entertainment), Victor Navone (Pixar Animation Studios), as well as veteran freelancers Alyssa Zarate (Star Wars: The Acolyte, The Last of Us and Game of Thrones, Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse), Grzegorz Rutkowski (Horizon Forbidden West, Magic: The Gathering, Dungeons & Dragons), and Thomas Eliott (Warhammer: Age of Sigmar), to name a few. You can check out the full list of speakers in the dedicated section of our official website, where you can learn more about them, the projects they worked on, and the breadth of experience they bring with them to Promised Land Art Festival. And, of course, look forward to more announcements in the coming weeks — we’ve got a lot more names to share with you!


Tickets are still available and you can purchase them on the PLAF website, with several options to choose from: regular one-person tickets, group tickets if you’d like to come as a studio or a tightly knit group of friends, as well as day tickets granting you access to the event for a single day. Whichever you choose, we'll make sure you get plenty of bang for the price of admission.


We hope you’ll stay tuned for more news from us and see you in September at Promised Land Art Festival!

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