7 - 15 yrs
Fri, Oct 15, 2021 - Dec 10, 2021
4:30pm - 5:30pm EDT
Material Kit Included with course: professional face make-up kit, liquid skin, prosthetic making materials, and more.
Your child will receive the CinemaKidz Maker kit with all they need to make movie magic! Kids will learn how to utilize a wide variety of both professional as well as everyday household items to create fantastic make-up special effects just like their favorite movie characters. Zombify yourself, build a giant second head or 6 arms, learn to turn yourself into a 100 year old dwarf, build an alien head, huge horns, or become an X-Men superhero character, and more! Participants will use a variety of professional and every day items to create amazing looks for the big screen, then act out scenes and create fun short films. The class will culminate in your child creating their very own full character look, and acting out a fun scene they'll film.
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.
Other Things To Know
All CinemaKidz programs are non-refundable, and may be transferrable or a credit may be kept on a case - by - case basis. For outdoor programs, in the event of very incliment weather, the program will go virtual.
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?