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Xencelabs Shines a Spotlight on Artists and the Creative Process at LightBox Expo Online

Xencelabs Shines a Spotlight on Artists and the Creative Process at LightBox Expo Online

By Staff Reports

Xencelabs Technologies Ltd. is putting the artistic process front and center at LightBox Expo 2021. The leading developer of professional digital design tools and the new Pen Tablet will host more than 30 live-streamed sessions with prominent artists working in the entertainment industry, from motion pictures and animation to gaming and illustration.

The online sessions will begin on Friday, September 10th and run through the weekend. Featured artists will include Travis Blaise, Gabby Zapata, Glen Southern and Nathan Fowkes. 

“We’ve assembled a powerhouse line-up of artistic talent for LightBox Expo,” said Alexa Matteri, marketing manager at Xencelabs. “Each has taken different paths to get where they are and their stories will deeply resonate with this audience and the entire creative community. The online format will allow attendees to get up close and personal with these artists and establish a real connection that will in turn inspire their own work.”

Each artist has been introduced to the Xencelabs brand and has experienced the company’s latest product offerings on the market.  Many will share their unique insights on the creative process, the convergence of art and technology and the excitement of having a quality, professional option in their toolbox.

LightBox attendees will be able to live-chat with each artist’s session. All live streams will be posted on the Xencelabs YouTube channel after LBX.

For more information and a full schedule of the Xencelabs artist sessions at LightBox Expo 2021, visit https://bit.ly/xencelabs_lightbox2021.

Xencelabs is also collaborating with key industry partners to provide attendees an option to win a technology giveaway on each of the show’s four days, with the final day’s grand prize including a Dell Precision 5750 17-inch  laptop, a SpaceMouse® Wireless by 3D Connection, a 10-week digital painting course by Brainstorm, and a Xencelabs Pen Tablet Medium bundle.

Xencelabs launched in early 2021 as a new brand focused on delivering a unique digital tablet alternative customized to the professional requirements and styles of artists and designers. The company’s new Pen Tablet has drawn praise from professionals across a range of industries, and new products and updates are planned to be announced in the coming months.

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