Submissions will be accepted from Nov 14-20, 2022. Students can submit as individuals or in teams of up to five people.
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Students across the US are invited to submit original 3D animation artwork that demonstrates “uncompromising quality along with well-thought-out examples of innovation with heart; something that will catch the eye and power a smile.”
LG Electronics has committed to boosting the careers of animation students in dramatic fashion with its first annual Wonderbox Showcase, a 3D animation competition for post-secondary students across the US.
HOW TO ENTER:
Go to the LG Wonderbox Showcase website to review design criteria, entry details, and delivery specs.
LG’s Wonderbox Showcase was developed with creative production agency Edisen NY.
· October 5-Nov 20: Students work on submissions
· Nov 14-20: Submissions acceptance window
· Dec 1: Top 3 finalists announced
· Dec 2-14: Optimization and Mentoring
· Dec 16: Reveal Day
· Morning: Reveal at Times Square
· Lunch: Reception at venue TBD
· Afternoon: Judges and Finalists depart
Posted on Friday, November 4, 2022
The top three winners will earn cash prizes (up to ,000), along with LG products, with the 1st place winner’s work featured on LG’s massive billboard in Times Square.
The LG Wonderbox Showcase aims “to power the future of innovative and compassionate creatives to help them kickstart their career in animation.”