The Fourth Annual Bryce Camp enrollment for May 20th-24th in Sedona, Arizona will be closed on May 15th. The Bryce Camp is a five day training seminar designed to introduce students to the world of Corelis Bryce 3D imaging software. Computer graphics artists will be teaching the classes and feature talents like Susan Kitchens, author of "Real Worlds Bryce 4". According to the Bryce Camp:
Registration for Bryce Camp Sedona will close Wednesday May 15. Just a few seats are left for this intensive, week-long workshop in all things Bryce. The event will be held May 20-24 at the Yavapai College Sedona Center for Arts and Technology in Sedona, AZ.
Students will have the opportunity to spend 5 intensive days in a first-class Mac/PC lab, improving their mastery of Corelis 3D natural landscape software with help from some of the best Bryce talent in the world. The faculty will include "Real World Bryce 4" author Susan Kitchens, as well as Hollywood digital artist Chris Casady, world-renowned computer artist and computer graphics researcher Dr. Ken Musgrave, 3D artist Scott Tucker, and 3D artist and animator Clay Hagebusch.
The event is sponsored by Corel, Pandromeda, Peachpit Press, Electric Image, Ilford Imaging, and DigArts Software. Students will be using the latest PC and Macintosh workstations at the Sedona Centeris media lab. The lab is fully networked with a T1 line and plentiful peripherals like Wacom tablets, CD burners, scanners, and printers.
You can find more information at the Bryce Camp Web site. Bryce Camp tuition is available for US$995.00.