Here are the workshop offerings for Spring Term, 2018 !
For workshops details: Spring 2018 Workshop Schedule
To register: Library Calendar Dartmouth Digital Lab
Photoshop Topics, with special guest instructor, Hannah O. Nelson
In this workshop we will learn how to scan 2D source material and retouch, manipulate and transform them in Adobe Photoshop. We will learn tools to use the scanner as a camera, restore old photographs, digitize drawings, retouch portraits, and heavily alter objects in an image.
Join us for “Translating Sketches to 3D Models” workshop, Feb. 22, 430p. Visualize and define your conceptual hand-drawn sketches into precise and spatial 3D models in Rhino. Bring a sketch for an object or space that you have been planning to make or understand in 3D. And please welcome our guest instructor, Benas Burdulis. To register: https://libcal.dartmouth.edu/calendar/digitallab/
Join us for a Creative Sounds workshop, with special guest, James Burger. We’ll record sounds from instruments and non-instruments, edit these sounds along with other recorded sounds in Adobe Premiere to create a soundscape. Workshop will be held in the Black Family Visual Arts Center, Digital Lab, room 109. Open to All.
Join us today, Feb 13, in the DigiLab for an Audio with Premiere Pro and Audition
workshop. We’ll explore audio workflow, including gain adjustment at the clip
level, clip keyframes, effects, and more. It will be held in the Black Family
Visual Arts Center, Room 109, 430p-6p. Open to All. Upcoming: Creative Sounds
with James Burger), Feb 15.
To register: https://libcal.dartmouth.edu/calendar/digitallab/
Join us Feb 8, 430pm for an Adobe Illustrator Basics workshop. We’ll get to know the interface, as well as learn how to create and edit shapes, change color, work with a variety of strokes, import images, create artwork, save and export. And we’ll have FUN! Where? The Black Family Visual Arts Center, Digital Lab, Room 109.
Picking up where Premiere Pro Basics left off, we’ll cover audio, effects, titles, graphics, and finally exporting your video. Upcoming: Feb 8, Illustrator Basics
To register: https://libcal.dartmouth.edu/calendar/digitallab
FOR DETAILS, SEE THE Winter 2018 Workshop Schedule.
Experiment with time-lapse on 30 Aug 2017
Camera T7i Canon
10am-1pm from the second floor Black Family Visual Arts Center, 1 frame every 15 seconds.
Adobe Stock image used here for our Photoshop Basics workshop held Apr 10, 2017.
After some Photoshop fun
On October 25, 2016, Jamie Dickinson gave a informal workshop on Color Grading for Film and Video using DaVinci Resolve and Premiere Pro. Click HERE for the Vimeo link to see the workshop in its entirety.
created in Viktor Witkowski’s Studio Art course
Patricia graduated from Smith College in 1984 with a BA in Art History and a Minor in Economics. Working on Wall Street as a Corporate Analyst, she decided to further her education in Fine Art and Computer Graphics, earning two Master’s degrees from the NY Academy in Traditional Painting and the School of Visual Arts in Computer Graphics. Recruited by Walt Disney Feature Animation, she trained as a Computer Character Animator and also worked for Dreamworks, Industrial Light & Magic and Weta Digital, New Zealand. Some of her film credits include: “Mulan”, “Pocahontas”, “Lilo and Stitch”, “Star Wars”, “Antz”, “Shrek” and “Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers”, where she was Senior Animator for the character, “Gollum”. Currently, Patricia is doing development work on a new film project at Aardman Animations in the UK, and was appointed Adjunct Professor of Digital Arts in Computer Science at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH. She splits her time between teaching and fine art, in order to prepare work for upcoming exhibitions. A featured artist for American Artist Magazine, she was interviewed for Winter 2008, and will be in the upcoming Spring 2014 edition discussing composition for painting. (From http://www.patriciahannaway.com/biography).