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Makeup Artist Courses Catalog-2009

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EI School of Professional Makeup offer 2008-2009 Catalog. It also includes brief information on, Campus tour, Financial Aid and other Student Services, Faculty Biography, Courses of Study like Master Classes, SFX or Special Effects Makeup, Studio Makeup and Artistry of Makeup.

Admission information for local and international students, Fees, Tuitions, Classes schedule, School calendar, academic progress and Application form to enroll yourself in Elegance International, The world’s first make school based in the heart of Hollywood, LA, California.

Visit http://www.ei.edu/ for more information.

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Makeup Artist Courses Catalog-2009

  1. 1. COU R S E C ATA LOG 20 0 8 – 20 09 S A LO N TV & FILM T H E AT R I C A L SPECIAL FX PHOTOG R A PHY
  2. 2. CONTENTS Page/s Introduction & School History......................................................................... 3 Campus Hollywood............................................................................................ 4 EI Campus Information...................................................................................... 5–6 School Mission & Philosophy, Accreditation & Veterans’ Benefits........... 7 Financial Aid Information & Administrative Personnel................................ 8 Faculty.................................................................................................................... 9 – 12 Courses of Study.................................................................................................. 13 – 17 Master Classes............................................................................................. 13 Studio Makeup Artist Program................................................................. 14 SFX (Special Effects) Makeup Program................................................... 15 The Haunting Business............................................................................... 17 Artistry of Makeup Program............................................................................. 16 – 17 Admissions............................................................................................................ 18 – 19 Complaint Policy.................................................................................................. 20 Fees & Tuition...................................................................................................... 21 – 23 Clock Hour & Credit Hour Conversion........................................................ 23 Class Schedule & School Calendar.................................................................. 24 – 29 Student Academic Progress (SAP).................................................................. 30 – 33 Grading Policy, Transcripts, Attendance Policy..................................... 30 – 31 Leave of Absence, Making Up Missed Classes, Student Records...... 32 Probation, Termination, Appeals Process, Student Conduct............ 32 – 33 Student Rules of Conduct................................................................................. 34 Graduation............................................................................................................ 35 – 36 Student Services.................................................................................................. 37 – 39 Library Services, Student Advising Sessions.......................................... 37 Career Services, Housing......................................................................... 38 – 39 Refund and Cancellation Policy......................................................................... 40 Alumni Accomplishments.................................................................................. 41 – 42 Application............................................................................................................ 43 2
  3. 3. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ELEGANCE INTERNATIONAL EI would like to offer special thanks to those whose help Memberships Introduction In 2005 EI increased its course offerings by adding and support made this catalog possible. EI is a member of: Welcome to EI, Elegance International Inc., the first school continuing education for all professional makeup artists, To Hisatake Shibuya and Tak Sakimoto for their continued • The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce of professional makeup in the world. Our graduates are and in 2007 two new programs, Studio Makeup Artist and support and encouragement, working throughout the world in all makeup disciplines. SFX (Special Effects Makeup), were added to the course • National Association of Foreign Student Affairs (NAFSA) Graduates have been nominated twelve times for an offerings. EI’s course offerings provide students with To all the students and graduates for their irreplaceable • American Film Institute (AFI) Academy Award, winning three times, and several gradu- three different avenues to pursue beauty and fashion, contribution and enthusiasm, ates have been nominated for the Emmy and many have won comprehensive makeup artistry and special effects. • Member School of the Accrediting Commission of Career (both day and prime time awards). To the faculty for their beautiful designs, unwavering Schools and Colleges of Technology (ACCSCT) Accredited by: • ACCSCT commitment and creative remedies, History Approved by: • Department of Veteran Affairs To Robert Goes for his inspiring designs, precise guidance EI began in 1966 with a faculty comprised of makeup • I-20 M-I Visa and patience, and professionals and is still providing students with the most Approved for: • Title IV Financial Aid To Rocco Ceselin and Chuck Zlotnick for their artistic comprehensive and professional training available. These • Stafford Loan choices and creative energy in all our photography professionals provided the much-needed Makeup Artistry • SEOG training in a school environment to contrast the system of • Federal PELL apprenticeships practiced at that time. In January 1972, the • Federal Work Study School expanded its facilities, personnel and programs. The school has been both continuously licensed by the State of California, and accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology (ACCSCT). New and extensive courses were added to provide students with expert training in every major aspect of professional makeup artistry. . 2 3
  4. 4. CAMPUS HOLLYWOOD THE EI CAMPUS EI is part of a large group of schools centered on With the EI Student ID, discounts are available to students The EI campus is centrally located in the heart of 1:00 - 1:45 p.m. if the Library is not otherwise reserved and entertainment arts-education called Campus Hollywood. for concerts (at MI), theatrical productions (at TOA) and Hollywood, just one block south of the famous Hollywood from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. Students may check out books and Campus Hollywood is composed of five schools that are at makeup and art centers throughout Southern California Boulevard and Highland Avenue intersection. The Kodak periodicals with a photo ID and DVDs and VHS tapes with a media and entertainment related companies. In addition (Smash Box, Sephora, Naimie’s, Nigel’s, Carter-Sexton, etc). Theatre, the Hollywood Museum at the Max Factor Building, refundable deposit of $10. Class research can be conducted to EI the other schools are: EI is open for business Monday through Thursday from Paramount Studios, the Pantages Theatre, the Hollywood throughout each class day with instructor permission. Musicians Institute (MI) and Los Angeles Music Academy 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. EI is open for training Monday Wax Museum, movie theaters, cafes and a large variety of shopping and restaurant experiences are all within a short Classrooms (LAMA) are both schools of contemporary music. MI is through Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. walking distance and Universal Studios is only one metro All classrooms are designed with individual workstations, located just across the street from EI and LAMA is in On Fridays, EI is open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Pasadena. EI students may attend concerts and special stop away. EI is a short distance from the Hollywood lighted mirrors, practice heads, audio-visual equipment, (#101) Freeway and the Hollywood/Highland Metro stop training films and videos and a variety of specialty items music events held there. and bus services are just one block away. including hackles, curling ovens and air brushes as needed The International Dance Academy (IDA), Theatre of for training. Arts (TOA), a professional school of acting, and Hollywood The school covers more than 5,400 square feet on the POP Academy, a school dedicated to live performance, are second floor of its Campus Hollywood building. EI houses located at the Kodak Center near the Hollywood Boulevard a lobby, a student store, a student lounge, a library, five and Highland Avenue intersection. All schools offer courses administrative offices, five large fully-equipped classrooms in acting, voice, dance and stage performance. EI students and a special effects lab. are welcome to attend all performances. The Library Other Campus Hollywood companies include ESP and The school library houses relevant makeup and reference Schecter Guitars and United Television Broadcasting (UTB), books, magazines, periodicals and reference materials, the Japanese broadcasting station in Los Angeles (channel along with films and television shows on DVD and VHS. 18). Campus Hollywood also houses its own restaurant, The library is available to students for research, study, The Green Room, which offers morning, afternoon and and project development during class time. Additionally, the evening refreshments and is located next to the MI campus, library is open to students daily from 9:00 - 10:00 a.m., from just across the street from EI. 4 5
  5. 5. THE EI CAMPUS MISSION & PHILOSOPHY SFX Lab Student ID Card Mission & Philosophy Authorized The SFX Lab is for training students in the latest special ef- EI student ID cards allow students to enjoy a variety of The EI mission is to provide students with comprehensive The school is authorized under federal law to enroll fects, including casting body parts. The SFX Lab includes a discounts from many surrounding businesses. For food training in all aspects of professional makeup artistry with non-immigrant Visa students. customized a customized oven, spray booth, counters, and drinks students can take advantage of discounts at a emphasis on professional and artistic skills. natural light for sculpting, and the supplies and equipment variety of nearby eateries, and 10 - 25% discounts from Relationships necessary for training. makeup stores serving the film industry. Accreditation EI has secured several professional relationships that offer EI is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career real value to our students’ experience and education. Student Lounge Class Size Schools and Colleges of Technology (ACCSCT). • Barnsdall Gallery Theatre—Students are able to train The student lounge offers counter-seating, a refrigerator, The average class size at EI is ten (10); and no more than Veterans’ Benefits in one of LA’s most beautiful theatres. and microwave ovens. fourteen (14) students are permitted in any one class. EI is approved under the provisions of Title 38, United • Bethune Dance Theatre—Students have the opportu- Student Store States Code for Veterans. Students who wish to receive nity to apply makeup to the members of this dance troupe. EI believes in training students to seek out makeup on their Veteran benefits must submit a statement of previous train- • American Cinématique—Students do the makeup for own, as this is one of the most important skills for a ing to the school for consideration. Students with previous demonstrations and film festivals held at the Egyptian professional makeup artist’s career, but the school does training in the course to be pursued must submit transcripts Theatre. provide the convenience of a small store with basic makeup from previously attended institutions. Credits allowed will kits, and a variety of items required for all training offered be recorded on the enrollment record and the length of the • Makeup vendors—EI has secured several relationships at the campus. Wholesale discounts are passed on to our course shortened proportionately. In addition, the student with major cosmetics companies allowing EI to offer students. The Student Store is open to students only, from and the DVA shall be notified. (NOTE: All prior training major discounts on cosmetics and tools to our students. Monday through Thursday 9:30 - 10:00 a.m., 1:30 - 2:00 p.m. must be evaluated.) The VA or the state-approving agency Some of these relationships include: Makeup Forever, Smash and 6:30 - 7:00 p.m. The Store is open on Fridays from may impose varying enrollment limitations. Veterans are Box, Nigel’s Beauty Emporium and Skindinavia. Skindinavia, 9:00 - 10:00 a.m. advised to obtain appropriate enrollment materials well Makeup Forever, Temptu, and Grex offer in-class training in advance of starting class. Problems relating to veteran for EI students. enrollment should be directed to the regional office of the Veterans’ Administration. This approval is for non-degree programs, and applies to the Professional Artistry of Makeup program of study. This approval is given only for the programs and not for individual classes. 6 7
  6. 6. FINANCIAL AID & ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL FACULTY Financial Aid Artistic Assistance RICK BONGIOVANNI Rick has worked on of Joe Blasco and now works at EI teaching makeup in the EI is able to offer financial aid assistance to those who Rocco Ceselin, Photographer: Product Shoots, Exams, large and low budget feature films including High Fashion Photographic, Theatrical / Live Performance, are qualified. Financial aid is available in the form of federal Trade Shows, DVDs End of Days, Bicentennial Man and Idle Hands; Television and Tech Lab courses. student aid, the Federal PELL Grant, SEOG, the Federal Chuck Zlotnick, Photographer: Catalog, Brochure, a and television productions including X-Files KASEY GOVEIA Kasey’s career as a makeup Stafford Loan and FWS (Federal Work Study). Textbooks a and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. In addition a artist spans nearly 15+ years with domestic Financial aid is available for both the Special Effects Makeup to teaching at EI, Rick has been instructing t a and international credit/publication in all Robert Goes, Design Goes, Inc: Design of all privately for several years. Rick also served p (SFX) and Artistry of Makeup programs. Promotional Material m media. Kasey has had a lucrative freelance as the head of prosthetics for the Joe Blasco Make-up m makeup career in television, film, print media EI offers assistance in financing in the form of monthly David Victory, Producer: EI commercials and Centers, and taught at the Empire School of Makeup, all payments, or terms agreed upon by the students and a and music videos. Some of her clients include training videos before becoming an instructor at EI. Rick is also an Nickelodeon, Sony Music, Budweiser, New administration. There is a qualifying procedure, and students accomplished magician and is a performing member must meet with the school’s financial aid director. Yorker magazine, Capitol Records, Josh Groban, Glen Approval Disclosure Statement at the “World Famous” Magic Castle. Campbell, Persia White, Mercedes Benz Fashion Week L.A., Potential students may log onto the EI web site Elegance International, Inc., 1622 N. Highland Avenue, JENNIFER CORONA Jennifer has worked J and Mandy Moore. Kasey is also a successful jazz vocalist (www.ei.edu) to apply on line. Hollywood, CA 90028 is accredited by the Accrediting as a professional makeup artist in high fashion a and teaches live performance makeup courses for vocal Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of photographic, print media, music videos, live p artists at Musicians Institute (MI). Administrative Personnel Technology (ACCSCT) and was granted institutional performance, television, film and special p Joe Barcia, Director of Admissions approval from the California Department of Consumer CECELIA HERNANDEZ Born and raised C effects. Her work has appeared in numer- e in Palm Springs, California, CeCe graduated i Victoria Hernandez, Store Manager and Affairs pursuant to California Education Code Section 94311. ous magazines including Lowrider, Tattoo Life o Administrative Assistant This approval means that the institution and its operation from EI in 2005 specializing in special effects f & Tattoo Energy (U.K.), Barracuda, Big Wheel, a Theatre makeup. CeCe has worked and Janice Hu, B.S., M.B.A., Finance Director comply with the standards established under the law Femme Fatal, Dead Beat and Garage. Her work in music Mary Cruz Loria, Outreach Coordinator for occupational instruction by private post-secondary extensively at United Television Broad- e videos includes Billy Talent, Placebo, Velvet Revolver and Maria casting in the news department and on c Nikki Loria, B.A., Director of Student and Career Services educational institutions. Institutional approval must be Fatal Music. In addition, Jennifer has also created makeup Christina Parry, B.A., Editor re-approved every five years and is subject to continuing commercials for their commercial division. c designs for weddings, special occasions, the Queen Mary’s She has worked for USC Opera productions for the Music Airene Takeda, A.A., B.M., Financial Aid Officer review. The *DCA (Department of Consumer Affairs) Haunted Shipwreck and for Universal Studios’ Face Painting Antonio Valdés, B.A., Director of Education has licensed the courses contained in this catalog. Department and on music videos for Musicians Institute. Program. Her clients include Westcoast Choppers, Puma, Special effects remains her passion and she serves as the lab *Approval to operate indicates compliance with minimum Hot Topic, Torrid, Arden B., Lucky 13 Apparel, Universal technician for the SFX program at EI, as the lab assistant for state standards and does not imply any endorsement or Studios, Warner Brothers and LA Inc. Jennifer is a graduate Tech Lab and as an instructor for Theatre and Tech Lab. recommendation by the state or by the Bureau. 8 9
  7. 7. FACULTY FACULTY ROCHELLE KNEISLEY Rochelle is a veteran addition to teaching at EI, Rich has lectured on character Warner Brothers Studios, The Night Stalker for 20th TRUDI SCHOOLHOUSE Trudi began her of Ventura College’s theatre department, o makeup for theatre and film at the South Coast Repertory Century Fox, Poultrygeist and Blackwater, Valley Serial Killer. professional career as a model at the age of 10. where she began her career in stage makeup. w Theatre, served as an instructor at the Cinema Makeup Dennis has also worked on the special effects for the stage She has been a makeup artist for 28 years. She After numerous productions, she moved on A School in SPFX & Prosthetics and teaches Intro to Makeup production, Wicked and works every year on Universal has taught Photography and Theater makeup to community-theater productions in Ojai, t for Film and Video at the San Diego Media Arts Center. Studio’s Halloween Horror Nights and on the Queen Mary’s at USC, LACC and the Learning Tree. Trudi specifically the Shakespeare Festivals. She s MARY CRUZ LORIA As both a licensed Shipwreck. Dennis brings all of his experience in special also conducts makeup seminars in the US, pursued film and television makeup at the p cosmetologist and makeup artist, Mary Cruz effects, television, film and stage production to EI. Europe and the Middle East. She has worked Learning Tree University then went on to work on many works at EI as both part of our administra- w DAN RUSSO Dan began working as a in the Film and Television industry for more than 28 years and films which included work with important actors such as t staff and as an instructor in the Wed- tive professional makeup artist at the Don Post p has been the makeup artist on numerous world wide fashion Jeff Daniels. Rochelle also works with Maital Sabban, the ding Business and Hair classes. She also has Studios, where he worked on the R & D S shows, photo shoots, films, television and theatrical produc- famous makeup artist, working on music videos featuring worked at Wisteria Lane Hair Design in w Team. There he designed, sculpted and T tions in the US and abroad. Trudi has been teaching at EI for artists like Kid Rock and Eminem. Rochelle is an exper- Encino, and at JC Penney’s in the Glendale painted the new line of Halloween products; p 20 years and has taught many award winning makeup artists ienced special effects makeup artist, and her work has Galleria, where she was the very first makeup artist in all he also became the head painter at Don and is Head Instructor, participating in seminars, mentor- included the creation of many prosthetics wounds, amputa- of JCP’s 1500 stores. Mary Cruz also works as a hair stylist Post Studios. His first movie was Halloween ing new teachers and getting students started at a variety of tions, eyes, aliens, etc. She recently completed work on a and makeup artist for Barbizon’s runway shows, and for 6: The Curse of Michael Myers, where he painted the mask productions. She also provides her expertise for I.M.T.A. new Bruce Campbell film My Name is Bruce. a large number of theatrical productions throughout the for the movie. His next project placed him under the great (International Models and Talent Association) and A.M.T.A. RICH KNIGHT A California native from Southern California area. airbrush painter Gino Acevedo and he worked on the (American Models and Talent Association). San Jose, Rich is a special effects makeup DENNIS RAMIREZ Dennis graduated from movie Godzilla under the Tattopolous Production Company, ARLENE SILVER Arlene’s initial makeup artist, who is also a prop and puppet maker. Santa Rosa College in Theatre Arts with an where Dan also advanced his airbrushing skills. Dan has background began in film and television His film work includes character develop- emphasis on theatrical makeup. He contin- also worked as a freelance artist and painter on numerous production and she earned a bachelors ment in the areas of aging, horror, injury ued his studies at Cinema Makeup School and projects. In 2005 he supervised the makeup and effects for in communications from California State simulation, gore, fantasy, hair work, working began working in film, television, stage and in the Asylum Production Company where he designed, cre- University, Fullerton. For two years, she effects, bleeding effects, oozing effects and fine art fabrication, molding, fabricating and ated and applied all the effects for Frankenstein Reborn, The worked in film production before discovering melting effects. He is a 1993 graduate of the Institute of finishing. Among Dennis’ numerous credits, Beast of Bray Road and Dead Man Walking. Dan brings all of makeup artistry as her career. Seeking more Studio Makeup. His numerous production credits include: he has worked on many television shows including: CSI: his work in special effects, on-set makeup applications and specialized training she enrolled at Studio Makeup Academy 100 Million BC, Beowulf, X-Men 3, The Omen 666, Poseidon, Vegas, Cold Case Files, NCIS and CSI: Miami. Some of his film all his freelance experience into the classroom for both the in Los Angeles and studied beauty and Special effects makeup. Seraphim Falls, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, NCIS, Alias, credits for special effects makeup include Poseidon for Artistry of Makeup and SFX programs at EI. Arlene has worked as a freelance makeup artist for the past House, M.D., Power Rangers Lost Galaxy and X-Files. In several years on a variety of projects ranging from television 10 11
  8. 8. FACULTY COURSES OF STUDY commercials to high fashion runway shows. Her client a professional makeup artist at CNN Spanish Edition, as the STUDIO MAKEUP ARTIST PROGRAM SMA-200 list includes: The Style Channel, Fox, The SAG Awards and senior makeup artist for Wayne Foster Entertainments, for This program has been designed specifically for the student who is interested in the beauty aspects of the makeup industry. Coca-Cola. Her work has been seen in Vanity Fair, Women’s fashion photo shoots for Sears, Co. and by providing his Concentration is on beauty, corrective, high fashion photographic makeup along with airbrushing, hair styling, the wedding Wear Daily, GQ, Entertainment Weekly and Violet magazines. expertise on music videos and independent films. In addi- business and the psychology of beauty. This is a 300-clock hour program of 15 credit units, offered over 4 months, 16 weeks. GEORGE TROESTER A graduate of the Art G tion to his teaching and administrative duties as director of MWF or TTF day only schedules are available. Institute of Pittsburgh with a science degree education at EI, Tony serves as a makeup artist and hair- in industrial design, George specializes in i dresser for numerous award shows including The Academy sculpting, mold-making, painting, anima- s Awards (the Oscars) and The Grammy Awards. SFX (SPECIAL EFFECTS) MAKEUP PROGRAM SFX-300 tronics, puppetry, prop casting, life-casting, t MARNIE WILSON Marnie, a licensed This program of study is specifically designed for those who desire to work in the special effects industry. Students who suit fabrication, dental prosthetics and false s c cosmetologist, is also a professional makeup successfully complete this program will be qualified to work in the SFX field of professional makeup. Training includes the eyes. George is not only well versed in lab e a artist, having studied at Cinema Makeup design, creation and execution of several SFX projects. This is a 500-clock hour program offered Monday through Thursday , work, but does on-set applications of his prosthetic pieces. S School and at the Vidal Sassoon Center. day only, and contains 25 credit units, offered over 5 months, 20 weeks. His most recent film work includes The Adventures of Marnie has worked extensively as a key Umbweki (gorilla suit fabrication and special effects makeup artist and hair stylist for Universal puppeteer), Fear House, Destruction Kings, and The S Studios and with the Cimarron Group. She ARTISTRY OF MAKEUP PROGRAM MA-100 Prince, the Pimp, the Jackel and the Spayed. George has has worked for numerous photographic studios including Artistry of Makeup is the program of study leading students to a complete career in the makeup industry. This joined the EI SFX Department, and will be enhancing work with Kevin Hecht, Nadine Belford and Evan MacKen- comprehensive program includes beauty makeup, applications for the fashion industries, theatrical and live performance all aspects of the SFX course offerings. zie. She has also worked with film and television stars such makeup, television, film, video and special effects makeup. This is a one-year, full-time, program consisting of 600-clock TONY VALDÉS Tony is a graduate of the as Nick Cannon and Jon Cryer. In addition to her years as hours of instruction and workshop, 30 credit units, offered over 12 months, 52 weeks. University of Puerto Rico where he earned a a film and photographic makeup artist, Marnie serves as a bachelors in theater. He worked for four- beauty advisor and manager for Lancôme and Prescriptives. teen years as a makeup artist for numerous Additionally she has a thriving wedding business and works MASTER CLASSES theatrical productions and for the Telemundo with numerous private clubs to accommodate bridal parties. EI offers specialized and individual master classes in all areas of makeup for the makeup professional. These classes are Network Channel. Tony then moved to New offered for a few hours up to 70 clock hours and include: York and studied at the Bob Kelly Studios. • Air Brushing • Hair Styling & Arranging • Face & Body Painting In 1999 h moved to Los Angeles, California to continue his I he • Mask Making • Refresher Classes in all disciplines • Sculpting studies in film and special FX makeup. Tony has worked as • Maquettes • Portfolio Building • Transformational Makeup 12 13
  9. 9. COURSES OF STUDY COURSES OF STUDY STUDIO MAKEUP ARTIST PROGRAM • The Wedding Business: makeup applications for SFX (SPECIAL EFFECTS) MAKEUP PROGRAM This class is taught in a SFX lab, with customized spray SMA-200 a variety of settings and situations, wedding parties, SFX-300 booth and oven and state-of-the-art equipment and tools. The SMA full-time program is offered three days a week bride, mother-of-the-bride considerations, bridesmaid The SFX makeup program is a full-time course of study from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., either a MWF or TTF considerations and advising sessions and is offered four days a week, Monday through Thursday, Grades are determined by: attendance, completion schedule. This program is composed of 300 clock hours, from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. This program is composed of of project assignments, quizzes, final projects and written • Airbrushing: choosing your machine and the right final exam. 15 credit units and is taught over four months. cosmetics, application considerations and designs, 500 clock hours of instruction, with 25 credit units and is assignment considerations taught over 5 months. Overall Objectives: Students who graduate from this program are prepared • Hair Styling: appropriate dos and don’ts, hair for the Overall Objectives: to take an entry-level position within the beauty makeup client, period hair, hairpieces and wigs, use of all irons To prepare students for entry-level positions in shops industries applying makeup to: clients, models, brides and • Psychology of Beauty: Young girls want to look and companies that caters to the special effects industries for actors for beauty applications in spas, salons, photo studios, older, women of a certain age want to look younger, film, television, print media, commercial and video productions. weddings and special events. and all women have visions of themselves that may Course Content: Course Content: not match what they see in the mirror. How does This course offers students the full range of training Over the course of four months students will demonstrate the professional makeup artist make all women feel necessary to begin a career in the special effects industry, the ability to evaluate faces for skin conditioning and good about themselves and their appearance? This notably special effects lab work. Some of the specific areas coloring, facial structure and correction and enhancement of course provides answers to this question, assisting of training include: features. Students will receive lectures, demonstrations the makeup artist to better serve all clients. • Life Casting (full head) • Running Silicone and lab workshops that allow them to practice each and Grades are determined by: attendance, project assign- • Basic Makeup Techniques • Casting Body Parts every aspect of the training. ments, design process, written final exam and project & Painting • Hair Effects This program of study includes: • Mold Making • Prosthetic Applications • Salon Makeup: all aspects of beauty and corrective • Designing Techniques • Casting Facial Expressions makeup including day/evening applications • Foam Rubber Casting • Silicone Molds & Pieces • Pre-painting Appliances • Seaming • Photographic Makeup: high fashion concepts, • Sculpting Techniques • Running Foam designs, applications, black and white, color theory and • Basic Airbrushing • Multi-Piece Molding applications, print media and client concepts Techniques • Final Project Presentations 14 15
  10. 10. COURSES OF STUDY COURSES OF STUDY ARTISTRY OF MAKEUP PROGRAM condition, corrective techniques and day and evening bald cap construction, the running of foam latex, THE HAUNTING BUSINESS MA-100 applications, with special emphasis on the elements gelatin and silicone, teeth making, cast and molding of As an extension of the SFX Program, EI launched the EI The AoM program is offered during the day, twice a week, of the face: eyes, nose, lips, cheeks, etc. impressions and the development of characters with Haunting business in early 2008. Students and graduates MW or TT, from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. or in the evening • Theatrical/Live Performance Makeup - Training appliances to be used in the film and TV courses. have the opportunity to train, and then work in this Monday through Thursday, from 6:45 to 10:00 p.m. The in intimate, mid-range and long-range theatrical • Television and HDTV Makeup - Training includes: business. AoM full-time program is composed of 600 clock hours of productions, design and development of specific the difference between analog and digital TV, the EI masks are currently the biggest seller; they are hand- training, 30 credit units and is taught over 52 weeks. character studies, including: analysis of a character achievement of a 20-year increase/decrease in age, made of quality ingredients and are of film quality design and Overall Objectives: together with environment, heredity, health, using cosmetics only to duplicate realistic diseases, execution; the masks are also hand painted. EI graduates This program prepares students to become complete personality, circumstances as they influence such as small pox, AIDS, malnutrition, etc., script from the SFX program design and create these masks for the makeup artists with an overall comprehension of what character appearance, age and facial hair. analysis, injury and bruises, character breakdowns, Halloween Industry. These masks are for sale and are show- is necessary to be a professional, along with the necessary Students in this course also attend a one-day extreme corrective makeup for a variety of television cased at trade shows, at on-line vendors, in retail outlets, skills to become eligible for positions within the professional session at the Barnsdall Gallery Theatre for presentations, airbrushing and body makeup, applica- and at the EI on-line store (www.ei.edu). makeup industries and the time and instruction needed hands-on instruction in theatre etiquette and tion of facial hair works, and creating and removing Each mask can be customized to an individual’s wishes either to become an artist. The course includes training for backstage set-up and lighting designs from BGT tattoos with makeup only. by changing a design and/or by changing the colors used. positions within salons, spas, cosmetic companies, opera, staff, along with instruction in how lighting affects • Film Makeup - The final class in this year-long makeup designs and color. In addition, the SFX lab can accommodate customized live theatre and ballet companies, dance, musical and program focuses on all aspects of film makeup orders for Haunted Houses, film and television projects, comedy group productions, as well as live non-dramatic • High Fashion Photographic Makeup - Training including: set etiquette, character development, theatrical productions or for personal use and for artistic entertainment presentations and commercial, video, includes: lighting for black and white and color print, building the artist’s portfolio, bald cap applications, collections. film and television productions. the study of color with all the uses of color, expanded appliance applications, age and character progression and reinforced creativity and imagination, the under- and development, horror characters including com- Course Content: standing and use of non-conventional elements in plex injuries, medical dressings and treatments, period Students learn how to create makeup designs for all aspects fanciful designs, how to promote products through designs and budgets. Final exam project is the design of straight makeup and effects applications as they relate to makeup design, studio etiquette and the uses of film and creation of a dead body for evaluation and grading. beauty, film, television, theatrical/live performances and high versus digital photographs. fashion photographic makeup industries. Grades are determined by: attendance, completion • Beginning Prosthetics - Tech Lab - Training of project assignments, quizzes, final projects and written • Salon: Beauty and Corrective Makeup - Students includes: construction of proper and realistic attach- learn all the fundamentals of the face including: shape, final exam. ments to head and face, ventilating and punching hair, 16 17
  11. 11. ADMISSIONS INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ADMISSIONS The enrollment process for students in all courses a case-by-case basis, and admission is determined by the International students are welcome to EI. All staff and *An interview with the school director can be conducted in of study is to: academic and school directors. faculty are eager to help international students adjust to lieu of the TSE. • Complete the Student Application Form The registration fee must be paid prior to enrollment and all school at EI and life in Southern California. Title IV, Federal Financial Aid is not available to international • Be at least 18 years of age tuition arrangements must be made in advance of enrollment International students attend morning classes only and students. with the financial aid director. Appointments for registration attend an extra nine hours each week for lab time. The • Submit proof of high school graduation can be made in advance by calling the Admissions Office. lab time can be used doing research in the library and/or • Submit a $75.00 non-refundable registration fee On the week prior to the monthly start date, new students in practice rooms working on and completing projects. EI offers instruction in English only and does not attend an orientation where they review student rules, International students are to arrange their extra hours offer English as a Second Language instruction. • Take a color-blind test provided by the school career goals, and meet the student services director. The with the director and academic director. (participants cannot be color-blind) orientation provides an opportunity for new students to ask All international students who apply for the I-20 must • Demonstrate willingness to work hard and questions, meet instructors and review materials and have proof of financial stability in order to enroll in the be dedicated supplies they will need for class. professional makeup artist program. International students To complete the admissions process, candidates must can apply through the Admissions Office for all necessary submit a signed agreement and supporting documents paperwork. to the Admissions Department prior to enrollment, and meet EI can issue the I-20, M-1 student visa to qualified students, with the director of the school for an interview. and I-20 documentation can only be provided for the student Students who do not have a high school diploma may submit at the time the student is registered in school. a GED or take the Basic Skills Test, the Wonderlic. Students The entrance requirements for international students are: can make arrangements with the Admissions Office to have an authorized agent for the Wonderlic administer the test. • Submit proof of financial stability Students must achieve a Verbal Comprehension of 305 and a • Pay the $75.00 non-refundable registration fee Quantitative score of 235 to be successfully enrolled into the • A score of 80 on the *TSE program at EI. Enrolling students must also take the en- • Complete the school application form trance exam, the pre-screening questionnaire and quiz. • Be at least 18 years of age • Submit proof of high school graduation Prior training may satisfy some prerequisite requirements • Have a strong desire to become a professional for applicants in the advanced level courses. Evaluating makeup artist prior experience and knowledge can only be achieved on 18 19
  12. 12. COMPLAINT POLICY FEES The Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and EI is also licensed by the State of California. A copy of Registration Fee: $75.00* Colleges of Technology (ACCSCT) accredits EI. If a California’s Complaint Form is available at the school and A one-time, non-refundable registration fee is due prior to student does not feel that EI has adequately addressed may be obtained by contacting the director. Students may the start of class. a complaint or concern, the student may consider submit complaints to: contacting the Accrediting Commission. All complaints considered by the Commission must be in written *International students will need to pay any bank-related form, with permission from the student complainant/s for ATTN: Ms. Joanne Wenzel transfer fees; generally these fees are $30.00. the commission to forward a copy of the complaint to the California Department of Consumer Affairs school for a response. The commission will keep the Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education A one-time application for consideration fee of $25.00 complaintant informed as to the status of the complaint Information is charged to all interested candidates. Candidates who as well as the final resolution. A copy of the Commission’s P.O. Box 980818 are accepted into the program will deduct $25.00 from the Complaint Form is available at the school and may be West Sacramento, CA 95798-0818 registration fee. obtained by contacting the director. Please direct all Online: www.bppve.ca.gov inquiries to: E-mail: bppve@dca.ca.gov Students are required to purchase makeup, supplies and tools for each class. Students are encouraged to purchase ACCSCT these supplies as they progress through their training and 2101 Wilson Boulevard, not to buy them in advance of classes. The itemized fees for Suite 302 makeup are estimates. Students may purchase these items Arlington, VA 22201 from the student store on campus, or they may choose to purchase items at makeup supply companies throughout the (703) 247-4212 Southern California area. 20 21
  13. 13. TUITION OCT. 1, 2008 – SEPT. 30, 2009 TUITION OCT. 1, 2008 – SEPT. 30, 2009 Studio Makeup Artist Program: Artistry of Makeup Program: Students who successfully complete the Studio Makeup Artist Program receive a certificate upon completion. Students who successfully complete the Artistry of Makeup Program receive a diploma upon completion. 4 Months 15 Units 300 Clock Hours Financial aid assistance is offered to eligible students who are enrolled in this program. Tuition: $ 6,750.00 12 Months 30 Units 600 Clock Hours Lab Fees: $ 200.00 Tuition: $ 13,500.00 Textbooks: $ 45.95 Lab Fees: $ 550.00 Materials Estimate: *$ 860.00 Textbooks: $ 90.00 Total Cost: $ 7,855.95 Total: $ 14,140.00 Materials Estimate: *$ 1,900.00 Total Cost: $ 16,040.00 SFX Makeup Program: Both Salon and Photographic Makeup courses can be taken individually, with Salon as a prerequisite for Students who successfully complete the SFX Makeup Program receive a diploma upon completion. Photographic Makeup. The cost for each of these courses is $2,350. Financial aid assistance is offered to eligible students who are enrolled in these programs. * Note: This is an estimate only. Makeup supplies can be purchased at the school or at makeup supply houses 5 Months 25 Units 500 Clock Hours in the surrounding area. Students should purchase the best products for the best price. Tuition: $ 11,250.00 Lab Fees: $ 650.00 Total: $ 11,900.00 Materials Estimate: *$ 1,100.00 Total Cost: $ 13,000.00 CLOCK HOUR CONVERSION: * Note: This is an estimate only. Makeup supplies can be purchased at the school or at makeup supply houses in the surrounding area. Students should purchase the best products for the best price. 1 CREDIT UNIT = 20 hours of coursework 1 CLOCK HOUR = 50 minutes 22 23
  14. 14. CLASS SCHEDULE Studio Makeup Artist Program Holidays observed annually by EI are: Program begins every month and classes meet Mon/Wed/Fri • New Year’s Day or Tues/Thurs/Fri from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. • Martin Luther King Jr.’s Birthday SFX Program • President’s Day Program begins every five months and classes meet Monday • Memorial Day through Thursday from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. • 4th of July • Labor Day Artistry of Makeup Program • Thanksgiving Day & Friday New classes begin the first week of each month, schedules • Christmas Day are available both day and evening. Additional EI Holidays: EI offers student free days throughout the year, and a week Day Classes off in May and in July of each year. Usually EI also offers Day Classes meet twice each week on a Mon/Wed or a a week off during the last week of December and the first Tues/Thurs schedule. week of January. Please see the calendar that follows. Mondays & Wednesdays: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Tuesdays & Thursdays: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Evening Classes Evening classes meet four nights each week for the Artistry of Makeup program only: Monday through Thursday from 6:45 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Workshops are held twice each week in the evening. 24 25
  15. 15. SCHOOL CALENDAR 2008 – 2009 SCHOOL CALENDAR 2008 – 2009 Classes for the AoM and SMA programs begin either Calendar Legend: February 2009 M/W START March 2009 T/T & EVENING START on a M/W or T/T schedule. SFX classes are offered on a H = Holiday – School Closed Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Monday - Thursday track. Evening classes in the AOM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 program are available Monday through Thursday evening V = Vacation Day from 6:45 - 10:00 p.m. Prospective students are asked to 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 = School Closed contact the Admissions Office for further assistance. 15 H 17 18 19 20 21 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 = Start Date 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 October 2008 M/W START November 2008 T/T & EVENING START April 2009 M/W START May 2009 T/T & EVENING START Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 2 3 4 1 1 2 3 4 1 2 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 26 27 V 29 V V 23 24 25 V H H 29 26 27 V 29 V 24 H 26 27 28 29 30 December 2008 M/W START January 2009 T/T & EVENING START June 2009 M/W START July 2009 T/T & EVENING START Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 30 1 2 3 4 5 6 H V 3 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 V V H 4 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 21 V V V H V 27 18 H 20 21 22 23 24 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 28 V V V 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 28 V V 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 26 27
  16. 16. SCHOOL CALENDAR 2008 – 2009 SCHOOL CALENDAR 2008 – 2009 August 2009 M/W START September 2009 T/T & EVENING START ARTISTRY OF MAKEUP Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Day Schedule Start Dates End Dates 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 V V V V 5 M/W Wednesday, October 1, 2008 Wednesday, September 30, 2009 T/T Tuesday, November 4, 2008 Thursday, October 28, 2009 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 6 H 8 9 10 11 12 M/W Monday, December 1, 2008 Monday, November 30, 2009 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 T/T Tuesday, January 6, 2009 Thursday, December 17, 2009 M/W Monday, February 2, 2009 Wednesday, January 27, 2010 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 T/T Tuesday, March 3, 2009 Thursday, February 25, 2010 30 V 27 28 29 30 M/W Wednesday, April 1, 2009 Wednesday, March 24, 2010 T/T Tuesday, May 5, 2009 Tuesday, April 27, 2010 M/W Monday, June 1, 2009 Wednesday, May 26, 2010 T/T Tuesday, July 7, 2009 Thursday, June 24, 2010 STUDIO MAKEUP ARTIST PROGRAM: SCHEDULE M/W Monday, August 3, 2009 Wednesday, July 28, 2010 Day Schedule Start Dates End Dates T/T Tuesday, September 8, 2009 Thursday, August 26, 2010 M/W/F Monday, February 2, 2009 Wednesday, May 27, 2009 M/W Monday, October 5, 2009 Wednesday, September 29, 2010 T/T/F Tuesday, March 3, 2009 Thursday, June 25, 2009 M/W/F Monday, June 1, 2009 Wednesday, September 3-, 2009 T/T/F Tuesday, July 7, 2009 Thursday, October29, 2009 ARTISTRY OF MAKEUP SFX PROGRAM Evening Schedule Start Dates End Dates Day Schedule Start Dates End Dates Mon – Thurs Monday, November 3, 2008 Thursday, October 28, 2009 Mon – Thurs Wednesday, April 1, 2009 Thursday, August 27, 2009 Mon – Thurs Monday, January 5, 2009 Thursday, December 17, 2009 Mon – Thurs Tuesday, September 8, 2009 Thursday, January 28, 2010 Mon – Thurs Monday, March 2, 2009 Thursday, February 25, 2010 Mon – Thurs Monday, May 4, 2009 Tuesday, April 27, 2010 Mon – Thurs Monday, July 6, 2009 Thursday, June 24, 2010 Mon – Thurs Monday, September 7, 2009 Thursday, August 26, 2010 28 29

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