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Thank you for your interest in the Trippe Academy for Digital Arts, where we give students a strong digital footing for their traditional art interests, which they may need in their future careers!

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REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN for the Trippe Academy’s latest session, which meets after school at the TADA Studio Garage at 66 Morton Street, from February 3rd – March 20th, six weeks of digital arts classes for new and returning 3rd – 12th grade students! (Note: Classes will be suspended on the week of February 16th for Winter Break, but will resume the following week for four more weeks of classes.)

COURSES OFFERED THIS SESSION:

1 – Comics & Visual Storytelling
Meets twice per week on Mon/Wed
$180 for 6 weeks ($15 per class)
3:00 – 3:55: 3rd – 5th Grade (Academy Pickup Available Upon Request)
4:00 – 4:55: 6th – 12th Grade (Walking Distance from Middle and High Schools)

2 – Digital Drawing
Meets twice per week on Tues/Thurs
$180 for 6 weeks ($15 per class)
3:00 – 3:55: 3rd – 5th Grade (Academy Pickup Available Upon Request)
4:00 – 4:55: 6th – 12th Grade (Walking Distance from Middle and High Schools)

3 – Intro to Digital Design
Meets once per week on Fridays
$90 for 6 weeks ($15 per class)
3:00 – 3:55: 3rd – 5th Grade (Academy Pickup Available Upon Request)
4:00 – 4:55: 6th – 12th Grade (Walking Distance from Middle and High Schools)

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To register, simply send payment to deantrippe@gmail.com via PayPal along with the student’s name and grade level in the special notes, or deliver a check to 66 Morton Street, Jefferson, Georgia 30549.

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Please email me at deantrippe@gmail.com if you have any questions or concerns, or would prefer to pay via cash. It’s important to register as early as possible to secure your student’s spot in the courses, as space is limited.

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About the Educator

deanMy name is Dean Trippe. I’m a digital artist and educator with a BFA in Sequential Art from the Savannah College of Art and Design. I now teach digital arts lessons after school, here in my hometown of Jefferson, Georgia.

My most recent book was Something Terrible, a short, true comic book about surviving child abuse using comic book superheroes as a model for recovery. I am also a contributor to the Eisner Award-winning graphic anthology, Comic Book Tattoo, the creator of a superhero parody webcomic called Butterfly, the co-founder of Project: Rooftop, and illustrator of Power Lunch Vols. 1 & 2 kids’ graphic novels.

For any questions or concerns, please email deantrippe@gmail.com and you can also keep up with the Trippe Academy’s photos, exercises, events, and student artwork on Facebook or Instagram!