About


A Little Bit About PixlFest

A conference for creative students from across Oklahoma to come together to share their passion and desire to shape the future.

Proudly sponsored by

Francis Tuttle Technology Center

History


We wanted to create a day packed full of information and what better way to do that than invite Oklahoma professionals to share their expertise.

In 2011 the Francis Tuttle Technology Center Web Design and Development programs from the Edmond Memorial High School, Rockwell and Online campuses hosted the first conference, Webfest. The first conference hosted over a 100 students. The conference was inspired by the work of Zac Gordon and his Dabrook students at Springbook High School.

Since Webfest was a huge success, we wanted to broaden our horizons, so in 2012 we teamed up with the 3D Animation and Visual Effects program to add an animation track. Since Webfest was no longer the right name, we re-branded with Pixlfest. In 2013, we teamed up with the Audio and Video Production program to offer one more track.

And in 2014 we expanded once again! The Business Marketing and Management and Graphic Communications programs are now onboard to get even more students involved.

The conference is hosted by Francis Tuttle Technology Center PixlCREW students.

Network


Spend the day networking with other creative students and industry professionals. Where else could you spend an entire day talking geeky and fit in?

Get Inspired!


Learn tips and tricks to implement into your work! You’ll walk out wanting to go home and start putting these suggestions to practice!