Miziker Entertainment, a long-standing creative design company for the themed entertainment industry, is collaborating with the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) to help nurture the next generation of location-based entertainment professionals.

The theme park and special venue veterans are teaching the company’s next generation of leaders about technique and business best practices.

The teaching program will take place during what’s known as the MiZ Wknd + SCAD LA 2020. Hosted from the creative theme park hub of Los Angeles, the three-day event will include roundtable sessions with industry leaders, tours of local companies and attractions, a guide trip to Disneyland and portfolio reviews with the Miziker Entertainment team, including the company’s chief creative officer, Ryan Miziker.

Charlotte Huggins, Miziker Entertainment’s CEO, commented on the aim of the event: “We want to help shepherd young people into our unique and rewarding industry, which is a highly creative field that runs on teamwork.

“The themed entertainment sector will recover; people will return to the parks and the industry will continue to grow and mature around the world. There’s a need for artists, illustrators, character developers, writers, costume designers, composers, media producers, technical designers and more. It’s an ongoing need and not just in LA and Orlando – we’re doing projects around the globe,” Huggins added.

Due to the current coronavirus pandemic, the exact dates of the program have yet to be announced and will depend on the recovery of both the industry and the Los Angeles region.

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