Creative Talent Network Launches “Creator Space” A Ground-Breaking Co-Working Environment Dedicated to the Animation Industry

BURBANK, Calif. – The Creative Talent Network (CTN) today announced the launch of the CTN Creator Space, a state-of-the-art studio co-working environment open to students, professionals, and entrepreneurs in the animation industry. With the goal of providing technical tools, education, and the opportunity for the next generation of animation talent to develop industry contacts, the CTN Creator Space is located just minutes from major animation studios in the Magnolia Park district of Burbank, Animation Capital of the World, at 847 Hollywood Way, space 100.

 “We see the new CTN Creator Space as offering a creative social gathering opportunity for animators who work independently, yet share values,” stated Tina Price, Founder of CTN. “The idea is to help the animation community by delivering an environment where talented creators can have a place to work, and where they can help each other in a collaborative and inspired atmosphere.”

 The CTN Creator Space provides affordable workstations for talent at all levels, along with state-of-the tools such as Wacom Mobile Studio Pros, Cintiqs pens, ZBrush, Sketchbook Pro, Photoshop, ToonBoom, Large format plasmas with Apple TV, high-speed Wi-Fi, and more.

 For information regarding opening hours, workstations, access, parking and more, please visit


Founded in 2004 by 25-year Walt Disney veteran Tina Price, CTN is a community of top talent professional artists from the animation, gaming, film, and video industries. CTN is a social enterprise that is self-funded through the support of its sponsors and professional members, and provides services in the form of educational programs, promotional tools, inspiring workshops, and networking opportunities. The organization also produces the annual CTN eXpo attracting more than 10,000 animators to Burbank every November, and the Center Stage Gallery dedicated to showcasing the personal work of animators. The Gallery annually attracts 15,000 animation fans per year attending more than 180 programmed gallery events, including exhibitions, books signings, sketch classes, and art openings.


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