Once again, we’ve prepared a limited amount of Early Bird tickets at a discounted price — you can get them until July 17th or while supplies last.
To buy the ticket go to https://www.promisedland-artfestival.com, click the “BUY TICKETS” button, and follow the instructions. Ticket sales are powered by Ekobilet.pl.
If you previously bought your ticket in May 2023 and had it refunded, please make sure to check your inbox for a follow-up message from us on the subject.
That’s not all — we’re presenting three more speakers to get you even more excited for the event: Peter Han, Jama Jurabaev, and Andrea Chiampo!
Peter Han is a Superani artist based in Southern California. His work spans a variety of industries, such as games, animation, advertising, illustration, fashion, and education. Peter has taught at schools around the world as well as at the Art Center College of Design for over 10 years. Although he primarily works as an educator, he also freelances as an artist and designer.
Jama Jurabaev is a professional concept artist, illustrator, and art director working for the film and video game industry in London, UK. His work can be seen in several Disney+ series such as The Mandalorian, The Book of Boba Fett, and Obi-Wan Kenobi, as well as the BBC's Prehistoric Planet, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, and many others. He is currently working on unannounced Star Wars projects.
Andrea Chiampo is a London-based Italian digital artist and established concept designer for the entertainment industry. His client list includes Disney, Netflix, 20th Century Fox, The Mill, and many more. Although his work is mainly known for his distinct and never-before-seen realistic creature design, Andrea has lately aroused curiosity among the digital art community after the reveal of a new, unique, and evocative style. What at first sight might be misunderstood as an antique and eerie lithography is instead the result of Andrea’s digital sculpting and 3D rendering.
Thank you for your patience everyone, we’re very excited to see all of you in Łódź in September!
The Promised Land Festival is held under the auspices of Łódź City Council as part of the "600 years of Łódź" ("600 lat Łodzi") and "EC1 Łódź – The City of Culture" ("EC1 Łódź – Miasto Kultury") promotional programs.