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Little Airplane offering preschool tune-up

Little Airplane Academy is flying into its second year, hosting a three-day intensive workshop from July 28 to 30 at its new South Street Seaport studios in New York. Focusing on how to create a preschool series, Little Airplane is bringing in-house pros together with other industry vets to help participants hone their preschool series-crafting skills. The prodco's founder and president Josh Selig is ready to explain the ins and outs of bible creation and the other instructors will cover pitching, character design, writing, music and sound, direction, animation and research.
June 26, 2007

Little Airplane Academy is flying into its second year, hosting a three-day intensive workshop from July 28 to 30 at its new South Street Seaport studios in New York. Focusing on how to create a preschool series, Little Airplane is bringing in-house pros together with other industry vets to help participants hone their preschool series-crafting skills. The prodco’s founder and president Josh Selig is ready to explain the ins and outs of bible creation and the other instructors will cover pitching, character design, writing, music and sound, direction, animation and research.

Little Airplane is accepting 30 people into the US$1,500 workshop. To register, call 212-965-8999 or Melinda@littleairplane.com to receive an application.

In other news, the studio is also opening its doors to the public and will be conducting guided tours of the facility beginning August 15.

About The Author
Gary Rusak is a freelance writer based in Toronto. He has covered the kids entertainment industry for the last decade with a special interest in licensing, retail and consumer products. You can reach him at garyrusak@gmail.com

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