DATES: Tuesdays, May 19, 26 June 2, 9 TIME: 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Learn how to edit, retouch, paint, manipulate and create still images using the industry standard graphic design program, Adobe Photoshop. Quickly become familiarized with Photoshop's interface and workflow. This class is useful for anyone wanting to create graphics for print, web and video. General computer literacy is required. Recommended for those interested in the Autodesk Maya 3D workshop.
Friday, November 7, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Tim Portlock began his art making as a community-based muralist and studio painter. After discovering the Internet, he saw technology as a means to create socially engaged projects illustrating the cultural and societal changes American urban spaces have undergone since the end of the industrial era. In this master class he will share excerpts of his current digital work which includes virtual reality interactive narratives and 3D simulations of historic spaces depicting post-industrial cities.
Thursdays, April 17, 24, 1, 8
Video on the web is every where but good video on the web is harder to find. This workshop will introduce participants to ways of shooting video specifically destined for the web and then prepare your media to be uploaded for the world to see. Participants will learn new media concepts and best practices, as well as practical and hands on techniques on how to shoot, compress, encode, upload and distribute your video and audio on the internet. The workshop will cover working with the major media formats such as Windows, QuickTime, Realplayer, and Flash.