Presenting sponsor: Viva Pharmaceutical Inc.
The Media Lab offers a wide range of programming, from animation to graphic design. For detailed information on classes currently being offered please view the 2019 Winter / Spring program information by clicking on the PDF link below. Media Lab offerings are on pages 12-14 and pages 27-30:
2019 Winter Spring Arts Line Up
To register for programs visit Program Registration or call 604-276-4300.
Byte Camp is a non-profit society that is dedicated to giving kids quality, affordable and fun creative opportunities with technology. Byte Camp programs at the Richmond Arts Centre and Media Lab include 3D Animation, 3D and Flash Video Game Design, and Music Video Production. www.bytecamp.ca
Laura Rivera – Animation, Manga & Illustration, Screenwriting
Laura Rivera is a professional screen writer and digital artist with training in digital arts, writing for film and television and classical animation. She has been publishing her comics online since 2013 and you can find them at tapas.io/LauraRivera. Laura has also participated in several conventions across Canada, Mexico and the United States. Her most recent comic Ninja X debut at VanCaf in May 2018.
ROBOKIDS - Robotics, Coding
Established in 2009 in Richmond by engineers and educators, ROBOKIDS specialize in STEM education with comprehensive programs of robotics and math. All projects are tailored for K - Grade 10 students who are seeking challenges beyond schools. ROBOKIDS has become one of the biggest STEM schools in Canada and USA with nine locations to offer programs that have been acclaimed by parents, school teachers, professionals and students themselves.
Cindy Mochizuki – Digital Photography
Cindy Mochizuki has created animation, photo-based work, multi-media installation, and performance. She has also worked on numerous collaborations and community-engaged projects working with a wide range of organizations and artists from a range of artistic disciplines. She has taught at Simon Fraser University, Emily Carr University and has led several media-based workshops for galleries, festivals, artist-run centres, and museums within Canada and Japan. Cindy’s media projects work with narratives, archives and interviews; her artistic practice revisits historical and personal memory. She has exhibited and screened her work both nationally and internationally. She holds a MFA in Interdisciplinary Studies from the School For Contemporary Arts at Simon Fraser University.