8 - 15 yrs
Mon, Apr 12, 2021 - May 31, 2021
5:15pm - 6:15pm EDT
Option Material Kit Includes: drawing materials, colored pencils, and watercolors to create backgrounds and hand-drawn characters, professional sketchbook, planning materials.
Bring your ideas and imagination to life with computer animation! This class is taught by industry professionals, and utilizes the latest tools of the trade. Children learn to design original characters, and bring them to life using professional animation techniques using Adobe Animate! Animations are 2-dimensional, and utilize techniques such as tweeting, Frame by frame drawing, and more. Children will love watching their characters come to life in real-time, and this opens their eyes to a whole new level of storytelling and creativity. Kids work in small groups creating several animated shorts, then professional microphones and audio equipment are used to add voice overs and sound effects. Children will create several animated shorts using Adobe Animate.
Device + Software: Computer required with minimum of 8gb RAM, cannot be a Chromebook. Adobe Animate must be installed in advance of class, subscription for student is $20/month.
All payments are non-refundable and non-transferable. In certain situations we may be able to accommodate changes to your schedule or offer a credit. There will be 1 make-up class available in the event that class has to be canceled due to unforeseen circumstances. Any missed classes are still included in the fee, we will try our best to offer activities via email so your child stays caught up.
How To Participate
You will receive an email 30 minutes before class starts with a link to the class and access instructions.
CinemaKidz is New York City’s premiere media and S.T.E.A.M. enrichment program. We specialize in unique birthday parties for kids, pop-up Maker workshops, and week-long adventure, film, and animation camps in NYC, New Jersey, and the tri-state area. Our programs are hands-on, child-driven, and a great way for kids to express themselves and be creative. What will your child make this summer?