Game Art and Animation grad earns apprenticeship
Lilian Chow was named the winner of the 2015 UBI Gallery Artist Apprenticeship.
Ubisoft Toronto, a leading creator of video games, hosts this annual competition to showcase and discover video game art and design talent. As part of the contest, participants from postsecondary schools in Ontario must submit a portfolio of their best 2D and 3D concept, character and personal artwork. A panel of Ubisoft Toronto artists then selects the five finalists to compete for the title of UbiGallery Artist Apprentice.
Lilian, who recently graduated from Game Art and Animation, was awarded the grand prize of a three-month paid apprenticeship at Ubisoft Toronto for her artistic recreation of Thomas Edison’s lab.
Her artwork is now on display at Ubisoft Toronto in the studio’s public gallery space.