REGISTRATION DEADLINE (Housing Students): Friday, May 31, 2013
To register after May 31, 2013 please inquire about space and availability.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE (Non-housing Students): Friday, June 14, 2013
Deadline for payment in full: TBA
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Workshop Dates, Times & Schedule
June 17, 2013–June 21, 2013
Hotel Check-in: Monday, June 17, 2013
All students should arrange to go directly to The Art Institute of California—Hollywood and arrive by 10:30 AM.
Friday, June 21, 2013
Parents and family, please arrive to campus by 4:00 pm on Friday, June 21 for the student work showcase and awards presentation. We will be validating parking for the structure at 11144 Weddington Street, next door to the college on the right-hand side of the street.
Sheraton Universal Hotel
333 Universal Hollywood Drive
Universal City, CA 91608
The Art Institute of California — Hollywood
5250 Lankershim Boulevard, North Hollywood, CA 91601
Check-out: Friday, June 21, 2013
Students will check-out from the hotel by 8:00 AM on Friday, June 21, 2013.
Chaperones will be collecting key cards and will do a final room check. Students must bring all of their personal belongings to The Art Institute of California—Hollywood after check-out and will be able to check-in their belongings at the school while attending their last day of workshop.
Participants will be introduced to the design process through hands-on activities. They will be taught how to define an audience, craft and communicate a message, engage an audience through the use of type, image, and space, and ultimately work together as a team in a creative environment to complete the final project. Participants will have an opportunity to bring their ideas to life using our industry-standard software and hardware while exploring the principles of design, space, form, and color.
From chairs and toothbrushes to scissors and road signs, industrial designers literally create the world around us. Students will have the opportunity to gain an understanding of the conceptual design phase, 3D drafting software, and finally, the rigorous prototyping process that minimizes flaws in products brought into the market.
As members of an interior design team, participants will have an opportunity to design and build a creative space. Interior design is about creating an environment where form and function merge.
SET & EXHIBIT DESIGN
Engage in a design process based on observation, analysis of products, the study of ergonomic principles, and the creation of visual studies. In this course, you will develop as a designer while learning to express a personal vision. You will be guided from the final stages of the design concept within the exhibit space, through the design process, and on to the completion of the final project model.
DIGITAL CINEMA & VIDEO PRODUCTION
In this intensive Summer Studio workshop, students will have the opportunity to learn to shoot, edit, and post a video to a website of their choice. Students will have an opportunity to cover basic video production skills, conceptual storytelling skills, Final Cut Pro editing skills, and web video streaming skills. Each student should come prepared to create a personal bio piece about him/herself or someone of interest who will consent to participating in the project.
With this workshop, you will have the opportunity to learn to show the world what you see through your lens, and gain an understanding of photography's impact on the world as a whole. First, you will be taught the basic techniques from studying the great photographers and discovering how they achieved the results they did. Then, you'll head out to get those great shots on your own. This workshop will leave you with a sampling of skills to better capture the world around you.
GAME ART & DESIGN/MEDIA ARTS & ANIMATION
Participants will be introduced to the game, animation, and media arts industries. Activities will include hands-on drawing using proportion and perspective and interactive workshops using industry-standard software and techniques. Team building and cooperation will be emphasized during networked game sessions. The workshop is designed to culminate with the review of participants' work.
VISUAL EFFECTS & MOTION GRAPHICS
Take the opportunity to gain an understanding of how brand identity is communicated through advertising, attracting attention through the use of graphics, and working together as a team in a creative environment to complete a final project.
VISUAL & GAME PROGRAMMING
To develop and design an animated 3-D game takes the work of both an artist and a technical programmer. The artist creates backgrounds, characters, and other graphics to make the game visually appealing and exciting while the technical programmer creates programs/scripts to enable the various movements and interactions of characters and objects. In this workshop, you will be introduced to the exciting world of game programming!
WEB DESIGN & INTERACTIVE MEDIA
Combine graphics, sound, text, and images to communicate in this exciting digital environment. See what can happen when your ideas meet technology. Participants will have an opportunity to bring their ideas to life using our industry-standard software and hardware while exploring the principles of design, space, form, and color.
Gain a deeper understanding of the world of fashion and sharpen your own design skills in this exciting, collaborative workshop. You'll have an opportunity to develop your eye with lessons in color theory and pattern selection that will change the way you look at trends– from this year, last year, and many years ahead.
FASHION MARKETING & MANAGEMENT
Learn more about exciting career opportunities in fashion! Explore fashion illustration, fashion photography, visual merchandising, textile art, and retailing in small boutiques as well as high-end fashion stores.
Explore the demands of the catering business and cater the final presentation event. Not a moment will be squandered as you try your hand at both new and time-proven techniques. The majority of the ingredients are obtained locally and are organic. This is an intensive week of hands-on culinary adventure from the garden to the table.
Please note: Workshops are subject to change. All activities are fully structured and supervised. Mature and respectful behavior is expected at all times. All workshops are non-credit bearing and do not transfer into any program offered at The Art Institute of California — Hollywood, a campus of Argosy University.