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WonderCon 2013! Full Time Creative Work on a Part Time Schedule Panel

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Wow, another year come and gone and we are doing the panel again at WonderCon 2013! Come join us as we cover how to network, find other talent you can work with and dispensed all kinds of nuggets of wisdom in during the hour. This will be the first year that Dr. Heather Joseph-Witham from the TV series Mythbusters will be able to join us at WonderCon! So don’t miss it!!

We will probably be doing an after panel meetup at the Hilton Lobby Bar, details will be posted soon.

If you want to see photos and other good stuff from last years panel please go to http://glumace.com/sean-on-the-creative-work-panel-at-wondercon-2012-2/

Full Time Creative Work on a Part Time Schedule Panel

Sunday, March 31
Room: 208AB
3:30p.m. – 4:30p.m.

Learn the secrets to using part-time collaboration to achieve full-time results! No matter which industry (comics, illustration, movies, design, animation, costuming /cosplay), “breaking in” has never been more apt a term than in today’s media and is a full-time job, especially if you have only part-time hours to accomplish it. What will be discussed is how to approach organizing ANY group with a goal from hobbist to professional purposes, thus it applies to any interest of geek or creative culture. Hear Topher Davila (Art Director, GeekdomWear.com and Co-Creator/Co-Producer,”We’re Always Like This” ), Sean Glumace (Digital Arts Instructor at Golden West College and WordPress expert), Kevin Flessing (Co-Writer “We’re Always Like This”), Mario Martinez (Co-Creator, TomatoTV.net), Renah Wolzinger (Department Chair, Digital Media, Digital Arts and Design at Golden West College), Heather Joseph-Witham Ph.D. (Mythbusters and various TV), Ron Coleman(Molecular Geneticist and Writer) moderator Cat Smith (Voice Actress) talk about how they successfully juggle time between the creative and business sides while being involved in goal oriented groups and discuss the process, pitfalls, and potential of part-time collaboration from their experiences in illustration, writing, design, animation and live action filming from a variety of levels of experience in administration and sizes of organizations. Content will be a mix of speaking, questions and some short interactive applications where the audience can directly apply the topics covered. Whether you’re a hobbyist or looking to go pro, if you struggle with deadlines, need help finding collaborators, want to know how to effectively work with a team without mortally wounding each other or simply want to know how to get your foot in the door, this panel is not to be missed!