11/03/2010 Anime/film/video/photo/adobe/electmedia


7 Responses to “11/03/2010 Anime/film/video/photo/adobe/electmedia”

  1. jenkins488 September 29, 2010 at 11:18 am #

    This group includes Anna, Matt, Roxanna, David, Jeannette

  2. jenkins488 September 29, 2010 at 11:21 am #

    I can demonstrate quickly how to make a short animation, either with drawing, claymation, or real people.

    I will make a handout that demonstrates the fundamentals of animation and the steps needed to make a quick lesson plan.

    I can also teach some Adobe stuff I’m sure almost everyone knows something cool on an adobe program, maybe we should make a list of things we think people should know how to do.

    Let me know what you think we should do

  3. Roxanna Eastman September 29, 2010 at 1:49 pm #

    Hi. Well, I’m kind of new to electronics as an art material, but I’m really excited about this medium. I’m currently taking a survey studio for this subject and I’m learning that it might be a challenge to teach how to use this material in a hands-on kind of way in such a short class period, just because there’s a lot of difficult steps in the process to achieving a sort of electronic art piece.

    With this said, however, I do still feel like it’s important to talk about as technology is advancing and open source materials is a phenomenon in the last decade. I believe it’s really culturally relevant to the world’s youth and something they’d be interested in applying in an art class. It’s also a great peg if a school you work for one day might have an engineering department.

    Okay. So, what I’m thinking is this. I might bring in a micro-controller I’ve made this semester that can operate a couple of different functions and show that and what it can be used for. I also might show a couple of youtube “how to” videos; like how to solder a chip to a brownboard and what electronic art looks like. Some of it is really low-tech. I will probably do some sort of worksheet and teach a little demo on how to read an electronics diagram and give some resources.

    • jenkins488 September 30, 2010 at 3:40 pm #

      I would be interested in that. the more the better, do you know like what each little thing does?

      • pebbles29876 October 2, 2010 at 10:09 pm #

        Well, you know things are always changing in the world of open source. But, I know some things and have some references for people interested.

  4. davidmatson1 September 29, 2010 at 2:53 pm #

    I’d like to a photography/photoshop workshop, but I’d like some feedback so I know what would be most useful to cover.
    My photography skills are best in action/sports.
    Lately I’ve also been working a lot with time-lapse photography.
    I do interior and product photography for freelance work, as well.
    I do a lot of composite work with photoshop.
    Or, I can show you how I designed all my T-shirts (and skateboards) with Illustrator.

    Thanks for your help.

    • jenkins488 September 30, 2010 at 3:45 pm #

      I would be very interesting in learning some cool things you can do in photoshop to you pictures. I also have a hard time remembering what to convert the raw files to. Maybe just a really simple lesson like. Heres a camera, take a picture, when inputting pictures do it like this, and remember to do this. Once its in photoshop I like to do this or trip it out with this. I don’t know, maybe everyone else already knows that stuff, but I don’t.

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