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3D/CAD Tidbits: Bluebeam Extreme and Maxon Women in Motion Graphics News

An interesting discussion about gender in motion graphics unfolds in our post in the video included below from a panel sponsored by Maxon the makers of CINEMA 4D. We also have a story about the very popular Bluebeam Extreme Conference in the AEC industry.

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Maxon Hosts “Women in Motion Graphics” Panel at NAB 2018

At NAB this year the German 3D software company showcased women in the motion graphics industry via a panel discussion at the National Association of Broadcasters show (NAB 2018).

According to Paul Babb, president/CEO, MAXON US, the company organized the panel of successful female artists, each working in different areas of the motion graphics industry from TV long form to commercials to TV news, film, new media, and beyond, to address the struggles of women entering and getting ahead in the industry, and to promote industry role models.

Sponsored by MAXON, a video of the April 9th panel discussion is now available on a new site, Women in Motion Graphics (WIMG). The site is also home to recommendations from each of the “Women in Motion Graphics” panelists for how the industry at-large can welcome more women into the ranks and aims to provide aspiring artists and professionals with inspiration and resources. Readers can learn more here.

Bluebeam Extreme Awards

The Bluebeam Extreme Conference takes place in Austin, Texas, this year. There is an annual Bluebeam Extreme Awards competition and the company is now accepting entries.

The awards recognize projects, people, and processes that leverage Bluebeam solutions. Attendees of the confab can also compete in the Ultimate Revu Challenge—a competition for Revu experts! To learn more and register visit here.

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