CLASSES ARE HELD AT 2740 W. MAGNOLIA BLVD. IN BURBANK, CA 91505
We meet in Room 105
Semester 18.1a will begin January 27 2015
Evening Sessions - Doors open at 7:00 PM
January 27 to March 19 2015
NEW STUDENT ENROLLMENT - $395 - Our program begins with CHARACTER DESIGN 1
CHARACTER DESIGN I - Mondays - 7:15 to 9:45 PM - Semester 18.1 ( In progress to February 23 2015 )
CHARACTER DESIGN I - Tuesdays 7:15 to 9:45 PM - Semester 18.1a ( In progress to March 17 2015 )
CHARACTER DESIGN II* - BG DESIGN - CHARACTER ANIMATION 1* - STORY SKETCH** - Wednesdays 7:15 to 9:45 PM
VISUAL DEVELOPMENT* - Thursdays 7:15 to 9:45 PM
Each semester lasts for eight sessions over two months with students renewing every other month when they continue in our program.
CLASS SESSIONS COMMENCE AT 7:15 PM AND END AT 9:45 PM. Doors open at 7:00 PM.
CLASSES ARE HELD AT 2740 W. MAGNOLIA BLVD. ROOM 105 - BURBANK 91505
* Requires the completion of CHARACTER DESIGN I
** Requires the completion of CHARACTER DESIGN I and BACKGROUND DESIGN
New Student Enrollment - $495 if payment is made by the due date. New Students are requested to submit samples of their work to assess their artistic level prior to enrollment.
Current Returning Students - $295 if currently enrolled and continuing within the program.
Returning Students - $395 if not currently attending class but previously enrolled.
Teen Students must be at least 16 years of age and submit samples of their artwork. An 18 year old student is considered an Adult Student.
All prospective students should have samples of their work ready for review.
Payment Deadline for Semester 18.1a is January 23 2014.
The lead instructor for the Academy's program is Charles Zembillas. He is supported by a dedicated and experienced staff that specializes in the Academy's curriculum.
Our program begins with classes in Character Design I. Class fee reflects price for enrollment in one class conducted once per week for the duration of the semester. An additional weekly session may be added at a reduced fee.
Upon completion of Character Design 1 students may continue with a choice of courses including Character Design II, Character Design III, Visual Development, Background Design, StorySketch / Storyboarding and Character Animation. There are advanced levels of each subject.
Our courses are geared towards developing fundamental artistic skills through an animation oriented venue. The Animation Academy is renowned for its training in Character Design, Production Design and Development, Concept Development and Intellectual Property Development.
The Animation Academy's prerequisite policy is strictly adhered to. A waiver of any prerequisite will be left solely to the discretion of The Animation Academy.
The Animation Academy is not obligated to offer makeup classes although we make a reasonable attempt at arranging for makeups. Students are entirely responsible for their class attendance. Request for a makeup class will not be honored after the completion of the semester that the student is enrolled in.
Class supply lists will be made available at first session.
Come to first session of class with basic materials and be ready to draw.