Registration is now open for Photoshop for Mural Artists: An Introduction. This three-part series will provide visual and mural artists with basic skills to incorporate Photoshop into their artistic practice.
Photoshop for Mural Artists: An Introduction
What: This three-part workshop series will provide an introduction to Photoshop for visual artists. Learn basic skills such as menus, tools, palettes, and layers from an experienced graphic designer and mural artist. Walk away with new skills to support your artistic practice, and the ability to present your design on a wall for your next mural proposal.
When: Thursday, February 9th, 16th, and 23rd* 6:00-8:30pm (participants must attend all three classes)
*Note: These dates have changed from the originally-announced dates
Where: Bluffs Gallery, 1859 Kingston Rd., Toronto
Registration: $75 for Mural Routes members or Scarborough Arts members, $100 for non-members. Register below. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Includes three workshops, with light refreshments provided at each.
Note: Participants are asked to bring their own laptop with Photoshop (a free trial version can be downloaded here). A very limited number of laptops will be available for loan, please contact us if you are unable to bring your own laptop.
About the Instructor: Karen Roberts has worked as a professional photographer and multimedia specialist for over two decades. She has taught photography and Photoshop with the TDSB, Seneca College and the Mississauga Living Arts Centre. Karen is now working as a visual and mural artist, combining digital and tactile skills in creating her art. karenrobertsphoto.com
This workshop has now passed. Thank you for your interest- keep an eye on our website and social media for upcoming workshops!
This workshop is being held in partnership with Scarborough Arts.
The Wall Art Learning Series is part of the Mural Art Learning Institute (MURALI), a continuum of training programs in all aspects of mural-making. MURALI is generously supported by the Ontario Trillium Foundation.