The Michelangelo Code

60 Queen St E – Unit #104 Brampton, Ontario, L6V 1A9 Locations: Vaughan, Mississauga, Online (view map)

Ages:
5 to 18 (Coed )
Type:
Virtual Program, Day camp, After-school / weekend classes, Family programs
Programs:
Specialty:
Video Game/Web Design
Cost:
$150 to $249

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The Michelangelo Code
 

Founded by former webkinz.com game programmer and STEM workshop Instructors, we aim to nurture, grow & inspire the spirit of Canada’s youth through a variety of educational programs based on real production of My Guardian Angel video game for the PlayStation 5.


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Coed
Ages: 4 - 18+
Animation / 3D design $699
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Jul 05-Oct 01$699
Instructor lead (group)|STEM|Video Game/Web Design|Technology|Animation / 3D design|Computer programming (multi)
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Coed
Ages: 4 - 18+
Animation / 3D design
Fantasy/superhero|Modeling|Arts & Crafts|Drawing|Painting|Animation / 3D design|Computer programming (multi)|Minecraft|Technology|Web design/development|Video Game/Web Design|Super Camp|Math|Architecture|Zoology/Animals|STEM|Writing / journalism|Mindfulness Training
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60 Queen St E – Unit #104, Brampton, Ontario
Other locations: Vaughan, Mississauga, Online

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Accommodation & Property Details

Sleeping Accommodations

  • Dorm or Building

Amenities

  • Electricity in Sleeping Area
  • Shower in Sleeping Area
  • Toilet in Sleeping Area

Washrooms Facilities

  • Flush Toilets
  • Showers (indoor)

Sports facilities

  • Running Track
  • Soccer Field
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tennis Court(s)
  • Weight Room

Landscape

  • Lake/Pond/River
  • Nature Trails
  • Open Field


Director's Message

Anton Gunaratnam, Owner

MaryLand Productions - Pioneering the world's 1st educational Travel & Tourism group themed in Film & Game Production, Anton Gunaratnam's Studio Academy offers it's first Premium Camp experience overseas to the Miraculous Medjugorje where your child's magical travel experience awaits!

Canadian owned and operated, Hotel Angels is our special home-away-from-home, our first option available to our Canadian campers. With great food, hospitality, and special prayers to your guardian angel, prepare to be guided to Heaven's Gates on Earth.

In addition to our Premium Camp experience, we also provide a family package for students restricted to joining us in our Brampton location. This package consists of Virtual Reality hardware that allows students to join our Premium Camp experience via Internet in their own home. But that's not all, there's more! Our goal is to not only teach students animation and game programming, but equally important is the ability for our future generation of workers to be trained through VR workplace assessment that will be used to qualify potential candidates for future co-op/internship hire within Anton Gunaratnam's Studio Academy. Don't miss your chance to provide your child with the opportunity to work with top professional in the Game Development and Animated Film industry producing real games and film!


Cost & Financial Aid

Cost: $150 to $249 /month

Payment Options:

Deposit required with acceptance Yes
Credit card payment Yes
Maximum installments available 5

Discounts

Discount if paid in full 10%
Discount if paid early 35%
Discount for 2nd child 10%
Discount for 3rd child $20
Discount for 4th child $30

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St.John Paul Community Center Fall-term workshop series (part 1)

 

What an amazing end to an incredible week! As we finished up our first animation workshop at the St.John Paul Community Center we're pleased to see the excitement of the students as they anticipate developing their personal projects in the weeks ahead.

In our first Cartooning workshop we discussed the basics of Classical animation, having given the students a task of loosening up their hands by drawing squiggly circles, we moved on to covering the basics of their first 3-frame animation. With hands-on practical use of water balloons to demonstrate the 1st Principle of animation, (Squash & Stretch), we moved on to animating their own make-belief characters, applying what they observed with the water balloons, squashing and stretching their characters, bringing them to life!

Some students created ice cream cone characters, another created a sock and shoe character, and even more bold, a child created an Incredible Hulk style character. As they made their character into clay figurines, we saw the talent of one girls' Avatar figurine come to life as she posed her figurine running towards the Incredible Hulk! I think we have a new superhero in our mist ;)

We also made a big announcement,  as we continue workshops throughout this term, our students will not only see their animation come to life in their flip book but they will be able to see their animation in an actual App that we are building, a little mini-game that they can show their friends. We're making real professional animators and are proud of our children's cooperation in our production!

Make sure to log back in next week to read the next post of workshop # 2

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March 20, 2020 - FREE Online Cartooning & Video Game Making Courses

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