Super Early Bird
Get a discounted ticket, while supplies last.
1-2-3 May 2020
All prices include 21% VAT & registration costs
1-2-3- May 2020
Terms & Conditions
All tickets include full access to all three days of the conference. Refunds can be made up to 1 week before the event, after that, tickets are non-refundable. All attendees are expected to respect our code of conduct. For more information or to contact us please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Group and student discounts will become avaliable once regular tickets go on sale, keep an eye on this page for updates.
By The Community, For The Community
DAC-ANT is hosted by CGIF vzw, a non-profit organization that was established to create events with the purpose of bringing the creative community together. After numerous years of CGI Fridays, it's time to take it to the next level by facing the challenge of hosting a larger event.
This conference is a continuation of the DAC-FRA conference held in Frankfurt the past years and shares many of the same themes. As previous attendees and speakers themselves, the organizers in Antwerp have found a unique atmosphere they want to bring to their hometown.
Midge "Mantissa" Sinnaeve
Midge is an artist that loves the experimental side of creativity. He also has a passion for sharing knowledge as a teacher and bringing like-minded people together.
Robin Sinnaeve is a multimedia artist with a masters degree in Graphic Design from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp. He is currently stationed at post-production facility Mikros Image in Brussels as a Motion designer and VFX artist.
Mats is a 3D generalist currently working at Waterbouwkundig Laboratorium as a 3D designer, creating realtime graphics for simulators. In his spare time, he loves to tinker with Blender and Substance Painter, plays the clarinet and has a soft spot for computer hardware and gaming.
Johan Belmans is a licensed architect with a Master´s in Computer Aided Building Design. He started his professional career in London when upon joining the architectural practice of Foster and Partners. In 2002 he returned to his roots at Poponcini & Lootens. Come 2005, it was time to fly solo and he founded Belly.be, a studio specializing in architecture and product visualization.