1. Time to rock! Staying enthusiastic about your art and design is not entirely about finding new clients, nor is it about the changing industry. We need inspiration, entertainment, progression, a solid bridge between conceptual and technical, and a positive outlook on our place in the design universe.

    In this recorded session from FITC Toronto 2011, James White discusses the ins and outs of selling your personal artwork online and the adventure of building a line of designer t-shirts and posters. He also presents the lessons learned from running his Signalnoise Design Studio for the past five years and how he went about creating his name in the design industry.

    Thanks to our video sponsor Vitamin T for making this possible. Follow @vitamintalent on Twitter for more.

    Find out complete event details at fitc.ca/toronto and follow @FITC on Twitter

    Find out more about the speaker at signalnoise.com or follow @Signalnoise on Twitter

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  2. Caution: contents may change the way you think.
    Filmed live at FITC Toronto 2011, creative director Jason Theodor shares his process for breaking through creative barriers, making deeper connections between thoughts, and finding new ways to disrupt old patterns of thinking. Jason brings 15 years of professional experience, and a lifetime of personal creativity to his creative method and systems for ideation, problem solving, and innovation. Whether you're a programmer, artist, entrepreneur (or all of the above) this four part video session will leave you inspired and armed with tools to give you a creative edge.

    A big thanks to our video sponsor Vitamin Talent for making this possible.

    Find out complete event details at fitc.ca/toronto and follow @FITC on Twitter

    Find out more about the speaker at jasontheodor.com or follow @jted on Twitter

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  3. Robert Hodgin has been captivated by invisible forces since he first programmed a magnetic repulsion effect six years ago. Since then, Robert has explored the phenomenon of electrostatic fields and gravitational forces, using these invisible forces to create audio visualizations, natural simulations, and artistic interpretations.
    In this recorded presentation from FITC Toronto 2011, Robert discusses these invisible forces at greater length and demonstrates a few implementations and unexpected uses.

    Thanks to our video sponsor Vitamin T for making this possible. Follow @vitamintalent on Twitter for more.

    Find out complete event details at fitc.ca/toronto and follow @FITC on Twitter

    Find out more about the speaker at flight404.com or follow @flight404 on Twitter

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  4. Video Produced by Victory Arts - The visual Art of Persuasion
    victoryarts.com

    Highlights from the ten year anniversary FITC Toronto 2011 Festival held on May 2-4, 2011 at the Guvernment Entertainment Complex.

    Now in its tenth year, FITC Toronto is one of the largest and longest running events of its kind in the world. With some of the most unique and engaging presenters from around the globe, FITC Toronto is an information blitz of presentations, demonstrations, and panel discussions, sandwiched between our legendary FITC parties and abundant networking opportunities.

    See event details at fitc.ca/events/about/?event=116

    Music Credits
    "Borderline (Fantastic Vamps : 8-Bit Mix)" by Fantastic Vamps
    ccmixter.org/files/vamps/8749
    is licensed under a Creative Commons license:
    creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.5/

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  5. In 2001 HAL 9000 piloted a mission to Saturn. In 2011 all his processing power fits into a tiny desktop model. He's also been working a lot on his inter-personal skills.

    At FITC Toronto 2011 he chatted with presenters, thinkers and festival attendees to get their predictions about the future. This video is the first of those conversations.

    A ClipTheory Production
    cliptheory.com

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