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School Profile For:

Animated Adventures


School Information

Animated Adventures
15338 Harvey Rd.
Bainbridge Island
WA
98110
United States
(T) +(1) 206 8559034

General Email: info@animatedadventures.com
Web Address: http://www.animatedadventures.com

Contact Information

Main Program Contact:
Wendy Jackson Hall
Animation Instructor
(T) +(1) 206 855 9034
wendy@animatedadventures.com

Program Information

Degree Categories:
Other: No degrees; just workshops

Program Categories:
Cartooning, Character Animation, Experimental Animation, Computer Animation/Digital Art, Fine Art, Web Animation, Animation History/Theory, Workshops, Kid's Programs, Private Training

Number of Students:
500 + per year

Number of Foreign Students:
none

Teacher / Student Ratio:
1 to 10

Year Program First Started:
1998

Cost Per Credit:
n/a

Fees / Tuition Information:
Workshop fees are listed on the web site. We offer a variety of workshops; week-long camps in the summer, and weekend and in-school programs during the school year.

Is Financial Aid Available?
yes

Financial Aid Information:
We offer scholarships every summer in our camps, Clay Animation, Cartoon Crafts and Manga Movie Mania.

Entrance Requirements:
Workshops are limited by age only. All ability levels are welcome.

Program Philosophy:
Animated Adventures believes that everyone has a story to tell and characters to bring to life. Animation is an art form that anyone can use to express themselves with many different kinds of media. We believe that the start of any animation education should be hands-on mixed-media animation with paper, clay, drawing, etc. For children this strengthens motor skills and provides a physical creative outlet. Computer animation is best approached after having an initial experience with mixed-media animation.

Faculty Description:
Animator Wendy Jackson Hall teaches most Animated Adventures classes, with assistance as needed from other local animators. Wendy's experience in animation spans over a decade, and she has taught animation workshops for thousands of students.

Alumni Information:
n/a

Career Placement Information:
n/a

Last Edited: Monday January 24, 2005





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