Condense is on a mission to bring the world’s live events to the Metaverse. Their technology enables artists and performers to livestream events in real time as 3D video (volumetric video).
The content is streamed into Unity and Unreal game engines, delivering completely new engaging experiences to people playing in online and console games, AR and VR. With Condense, the Metaverse is about to get real.
An umbrella organisation representing the UK creative industries, Creative UK champions creative education and skills, diversity and the future success of the UK creative sector, including influencing government policy.
Founded in 2004, Fnatic is one of the world’s most successful esports brands with more tier 1 tournament wins than any other team, and the third most watched globally. With over $16 million in prize money wins, 33 million fans on social media, their own merch line (including collabs with brands like Gucci) and professional players recognised as some of the best in esports history, they are esports experts and a perfect partner for ACC.
Renderman is Pixar’s advanced technology for rendering VFX and animation.
Renderman is used throughout the Animation/VFX industry for rendering visual effects and animation.
Our Animation and VFX students receive free Renderman accounts, as well as a resource of official Renderman tutorials to help our students get the best from the software.
Access Creative College has curated and run a stage at Latitude for the last 12 years. Previous ACC performers on our stage include Ed Sheeran, Lets Eat Grandma, Bessie Turner, Maya Law, Mullally and many others.
Our students are offered opportunities to get involved in the festival, in roles such as performers or event crew.
Royal Albert Hall
The Royal Albert Hall is a Grade I venue with global recognition. The world’s leading figures in music, dance, sport and politics have appeared on their stage since they opened in 1871.
Over 1.7 million people enjoy live experiences at Royal Albert Hall every year, with millions more experiencing their events through broadcasts, recordings and new media channels.
Wild Paths and Access Creative College have been inextricably linked since the festival’s inception a few years ago. The festival has had the benefit of utilising over 40 work placement students across its infrastructure as well as programming a number of alumni acts and many current ACC acts on its various venue stages.
ACC also hosts the Wild Paths Industry Conference in Norwich every year.
ACC has partnered with Young Minds to deliver online Personal Career Guidance sessions for students with a trained careers advisor.