UCI Extension's Anime/Manga Advanced Course Announces Digital Manga Field TripApr 30th 2007
Upcoming Anime/Manga advanced course at UCI extension announces field trip to Digital Manga
IRVINE, Calif. – May, 2007 UCI extension's successful course "Manga and Anime Explosion" has spawned an advanced course that features a field trip to Digital Manga, the publisher of "Berserk," in Gardena. Students will be able to ask questions of the staff and CEO, sign up for internships, and take a personal tour of the facility with Digital Manga's CEO, Hikaru Sasahara, a pioneer in manga publishing in the US.
The popular Animation courses are creating industry opportunities for students. A former student of the class has accepted a position at Square Enix, a direct result of her internship with Digital Manga following her participation in the fall, 2006 "Manga and Anime Explosion" course. Internships for 2007 are still available at Digital Manga.
Manga and Anime Explosion: Story Development, Marketing and Adaptation,” starts on May 8 and is open to the public on the UC Irvine campus. The cost for the course is $225. For more information or to register for the course or for more information, visit HYPERLINK "http://www.extension.uci.edu/" \o "http://www.extension.uci.edu/" www.extension.uci.edu or call (949) 824-5414.
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