Chroma Connect 2019 Creative Symposium

Wellington Wellington
Sat 08 Jun


Massey University, Wallace St, Mt Cook, Wellington

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Running Time: 9 hours 30 minutes


Massey University, Wallace St, Mt Cook, Wellington

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Chromacon presents CHROMA CONNECT 2019 - a multi-disciplinary creative symposium focused on Cross-disciplinary learning, inspiration and professional development.

Through the “Inspiration of Aspirations”, CHROMA CONNECT paints a big picture view of the ever-changing interconnected worlds of technology, arts and entertainment.

Prolific international and local creators of illustration, comics, animation, videogames, concept design, mural art and more - sharing valuable past experiences, present insights, and future plans.

Learn how to create imaginary worlds, engaging narratives, immersive experiences, develop original IP, grow audiences and build sustainable creative practices.

The full day symposium will feature talks and discussion panels from international guests: Cloud Yang & Clover Xie of Wolf Smoke Animation (Valley of White Birds, Batman of Shanghai, Overwatch: Doomfist Origin Story), renowned painter, illustrator and muralists Jeff Soto, Nate Frizzell and senior concept designer Andrew Domachowski (Black Swan, Star Wars, Aquaman, Deadpool 2, Gears of War 4).  Local speakers include prolific comic artists Li Chen (Extra Ordinary), Eisner winner and 2019 nominees Katie O’Neill (Tea Dragon Society, Aquicorn Cove) and Rachel Smythe (Lore Olympus), Weta Workshop Game Director Greg Broadmore, Lead Designer James Everett and more!

For the full Symposium Programme, visit:

To learn more about our Masterclass workshops, visit:

Chroma Connect 2019 is proudly supported by Weta Workshop School at Massey University, Weta Workshop and Takapuna Art Supplies.


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