Quebec student virtual event
The largest virtual student event in Quebec is back for a 2nd edition!
After the success of its first edition, which welcomed more than 12,000 visitors and 78 exhibitors, the virtual student fair, organized by L’Evenement Carrieres, returns for a new edition in January!
This is the essential event to choose your future training or your future profession in Quebec!
This event, reproducing an online physical fair, will bring together colleges, CEGEPs, schools, vocational training establishments and universities in Quebec with a space for orientation and discovery of trades.
Lectures will also be presented free of charge live and pre-recorded!
The fair does NOT contain adult continuing education programs, if you are interested, visit the Continuing Education Pavilion at the Virtual Career and Continuing Education Fair which will be held April 7-16, 2021.
Online from January 28 to February 5, 2021
This virtual fair is completely free for visitors.
Source and registration: ecarrieres.com
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The garments will be showcased on a virtual platform in natural surroundings in a way consumers will recognize similarities. The print of the garments will show the alignment between what was nature and will have a positive effect on the emotional wellbeing of consumers. The collection will be presented without the avatars, just the garments will be showcased in a 360 view in the natural environment.
Think it has something out of the ordinary when showcasing the garment without any avatar. It will be a high quality simulation of the garments of RE_SET which will turn a 360 degrees in the natural environment which is linked to the print/graphic.
Shoot of Versace fall 2019 which I like, the garments have some organic prints in them. Because of the nature surrounding the garment looks luxurious. Imagine yourself walking around in a swamp like this one and then seeing models standing in the scene where the inspiration of the print/graphic came from so consumers see similarities.