Gnomon School of Visual Effects begins registration for the spring 2004 term, which runs from April 5 through June 13. Registrations may be submitted through the mail, via fax, in person or online at www.gnomon3d.com.
Gnomon's industry-approved curriculum includes more than 60 classes in high-end computer graphics and traditional art and production skills geared toward careers in 3D entertainment. Courses range from introductory to advanced digital 3D and traditional art. All instructors are industry professionals who teach the techniques and tools they use on a daily basis. Most classes are held in the evening or on the weekend.
New instructors for spring term are Theodore Bialek, David Boudreau, David Dozoretz, Mayan Escalante, Andillon Hackney, Neville Page and Brian Pohl.
Gnomon School of Visual Effects is a professional institute specializing in training for visual effects for film, television and games. Located in the heart of Hollywood, they offer a full curriculum for individuals wanting careers in 3D, professionals in need of specialized training, and custom training for production studios. The Gnomon curriculum has been approved by the Alliance for Digital Production Trainers (ADEPT), whose members include training managers from studios such as Rhythm & Hues Studios, Cinesite, DreamWorks and Sony Pictures Imageworks. Founded by Alex Alvarez in 1997, Gnomon is located at 1015 North Cahuenga Blvd., Suite 5430i, Hollywood, California 90038.