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Friedman 3D Offers New Classes – Gains New Instructors

Friedman 3D wants to introduce its new classes and new instructors. First of all, Friedman 3D is a non-profit school for computer animation that is co-hosted by Studio Arts and the Los Angeles Unified School District.

Friedman 3D wants to introduce its new classes and new instructors. First of all, Friedman 3D is a non-profit school for computer animation that is co-hosted by Studio Arts and the Los Angeles Unified School District. Through this collaborative, Friedman 3D has emerged as a low-cost, but very high-end educational solution for those seeking a career in the computer animation and vfx industry. More than that, it is a community of artists who have the collective experience of being 2D artists breaking into the world of 3D.

Classes cost only $75 per semester for the fulltime CG/VFX training program (using Alias Maya) and the semester begins Tuesday, July 6, 2004 and ends Friday, December 17, 2004. Classes run from 8:00 am until 2:40 pm Monday through Friday. The class is being taught by David Gottlieb, who has worked as a character animator.

There is also a Tuesday/Thursday in Adobe Photoshop and Adobe AfterEffects. It costs only $50 and again the semester begins Tuesday, July 6, 2004 and ends Friday, December 17, 2004. Classes run from 3:00 pm until 6:00 pm Tuesday and Thursday. The class is being taught by Anita McLaughlin, who has been an artist working for the games industry.

Enrollment is open and rolling, but we encourage all to register no later than July 9 to ensure getting a seat in the classes. Please RSVP this email your intent to join this program and/or should you tell others, have them send an email to f3d@studioarts.tv. We will put you and anyone you tell about this remarkable program on the list.

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