ASIFA-Hollywood has announced more details about their Animation Expo taking place March 5-6, 1999 at the Glendale Civic Auditorium and Glendale Community College. Among the numerous workshops and seminars planned for this year's Expo are: "Developing an Animation Program at Your School" by Dave Master, "Animation Voice Acting" by Lucille Bliss, "Thinking Visually - Writing for Animation" by Craig Miller and Marv Wolfman, "Basic Secrets of Animation" by Tom Sito, "Trends for the New Millennium: Animation on the Internet" by AWN's own Dan Sarto, "Freelancing in the Animation Industry" by Sarah Baisley, "Behind the Scenes - Making an Animated Feature" by Frank Gladstone, "Animation in Video Game Development" by Noah Dudley, "Developing and Pitching Your Animated Project" by Tom Tataranowicz and "Screen Credit - More Than Just A Lottery Prize" by Steve Hulett. In addition, the two-day Expo includes numerous participants from industry suppliers and digital technology companies to independent members of the creative community and major studios. ASIFA-Hollywood members receive free floor passes for both days of the Expo by showing their membership card. A floor pass with seminar admission is $25 for members and $50 for non-members. One-day floor passes are available free to members of MPSC Local 839, Academy of Television Arts & Sciences - Animation Peer Group, SIGGRAPH, Animation Writer's Caucus and Women In Animation. The deadline for exhibitor registration is February 12. For additional information and registration forms, visit http://www.asifa-hollywood.org or to request an exhibitor packet, contact Jean Wright at ASIFA-Hollywood, (818) 842-8330.