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Kansas City Art Institute

KCAI Summer Programs

Summer Animation Institute

www.kcai.edu/ce/index.html
Find firsthand the daring and commitment it takes to be an animator.  Concentrate on combining images in new ways.  Work in an environment that has been designed to facilitate creativity and collaboration.  Build upon traditional skills to engage in experimental techniques.  You will see and think in new ways.  Your fellow artists will encourage and challenge you.  They are here for the same reason you are - to make art move.

Animators are in great demand throughout the professional world of multimedia including feature films, television, game design and advertising.  The summer program presents comprehensive studio coursework, lectures and demonstrations that build the foundation for your future in animation.  Students will engage in an intense creative journey, learn about college coursework and create one-of-a-kind work to share with family, friends and fellow artists. 
Program Cost: $324.00

Contact: soleary@kcai.edu
Phone: 816.802.3445

Deadline: 07/01/05

Pre-College Summer ArtLab 2005

www.kcai.edu/artlab.html
Push your limits as an artist.  Concentrate on visual art in an environment that is about you and your gift.  You will see and think in new ways, encouraged and challenged by fellow artists.  They are here for the same reasons you are - to make art.

Intensive studio and academic courses are the foundation for your future as an artist.  Faculty include full-time professors from Art Institute degree programs as well as guest faculty and full-time upperclass Art Institute students.  You will discover firsthand the daring and commitment it takes to be an artist. 

You will learn to document your own work and begin building a meaningful portfolio for college applications and scholarship competitions.  You may also earn three hours of college credit.  Push ahead of the pack.  And stay there.

Electives include photography, digital imaging, sculpture, painting, ceramics and fiber. 
Program Cost: $2025.00

Contact: soleary@kcai.edu
Phone: 816.802.3445

Deadline: 04/22/05

Pre-College Summer ArtLab 2005

www.kcai.edu/artlab.html
Push your limits as an artist.  Concentrate on visual art in an environment that is about you and your gift.  You will see and think in new ways, encouraged and challenged by fellow artists.  They are here for the same reasons you are - to make art.  Intensive studio and academic courses are the foundation for your future as an artist.  faculty include full-time professors from Art Institute degree programs as well as guest faculty and full-time upperclass Art Institute students.  You will discover firsthand the daring and commitment it takes to be an artist.  You will learn to document your own work and begin building a meaningful portfolio for college applications and scholarship competitions.  You may also earn three hours of college credit.  Push ahead of the pack.  And stay there. 
Program Cost: $1,900.00

Contact: conted@kcai.edu
Phone: 816-802-3505

Deadline: 04/22/05

Continuing Education

www.kcai.edu/ce
The Kansas City Art Institute offers classes to the public for ages 6 and up in all areas of fine art.  Come explore your creative side by signing up for classes in ceramics, painting, sculpture, fiber, drawing, computer animation and much more. 
Program Cost: Ranges

Contact: soleary@kcai.edu
Phone: 816.802.3445

Deadline:

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