Friedman 3D, will be starting a new semester on July 5th, 2005. Instruction will be provided in award-winning Alias Maya from 8:00am to 3:00pm Monday through Friday. There will be an additional class offered in Adobe After Effects that runs from 3:00-6:00pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
The cost for classes is $75 and $25 respectively, plus a $25 registration fee. Those collecting unemployment benefits from EDD may qualify for collecting those benefits while a full-time student at Friedman 3D.
The Alias Maya course will be delivered in two sections by Vincent Delay, a Maya artist and formerly a CG supervisor at The Engine Room. Section One will be introductory and will run in the mornings from 8:00-11:00 am. Section Two will be an intermediate course, running from 12:00 noon until 3:00 pm.
The class runs from July 5 until December 16, for $75 and a $25 registration fee.
Adobe After Effects instruction will be delivered by Nancy LeMay, who has worked as a titles and graphics artist for NBC, as well as many other companies. The class runs from July 5th until, December 15, for $25 and a $25 reg. fee.
Friedman 3D is located at 570 W. Avenue 26, Suite 425, in Los Angeles and is a non-profit, collaborative venture between the Los Angeles Unified School District's DACE program and Studio Arts Ltd. (www.studioarts.tv).As a branch location for Venice Skills Center, Friedman 3D offers low-cost, high-end training in computer animation, visual effects and other graphics classes to provide IATSE members and the general public an affordable alternative to expensive CG learning.
For more information about Friedman 3D, please email email@example.com or call Eric Huelsman at (323) 227-4776.