Continuing Education . Classes
Thank you for your interest in our Continuing Education classes. Registration for our 2019 summer classes is open through Friday, May 17.
Digital Photo Collage
Students will explore creating distorted panoramic images using photographs of a scene from multiple angles and collaging them together digitally with Adobe Photoshop and traditionally with printed photos. Think: David Hockney, Jeremy Wolff, Masumi Hayashi... We’ll also experiment with creating these types of joiner collages with video in Adobe After Effects. We will even explore making photo collage sculptures with digital prints and putting them together with glue and tape. We’ll look at photo sculpture artists like Osang Gwon and Oliver Herring. Students will bring a digital camera, but all software and computers are provided.
About the instructor:
Adri Nerone (CIA ’07 creates freeform crochet tapestries, distorted photo collages and sculptures, and experimental videos and animations. Her work has shown at Heights Arts, The Gallery at Lakeland Community College, Reinberger Gallery, Front Room Gallery, and Forum Art Space. She has also shown work in film festivals like Video Fall Out, Standing Rock International Film Fesival, Athens International Film Festival and Akron Film + Pixel Short Attention Span Film Fest. She has done freelance video editing and animation work for production studios and has taught many digital arts and stop motion animation classes at a variety of institutions. See her work at http://adrijanana.wordpress.com.
Intro to DSLR Photography
Got a camera, not sure what it's capable of? This condensed 4-week course will be an introduction to digital photography. Students will learn the basic functions on a DSLR camera. Focusing on composition, exposure, sharpness and decision-making skills when out in the field. Students will gain an understanding of the technical aspect of the medium while given the chance to explore their creativity when capturing new images.
About the instructor:
Amber N. Ford (CIA ’16) is a photographer based in Cleveland, Ohio. Amber works full time at CIA as the Technical Specialist for the Photography + Video Department. While attending CIA she also explored video and printmaking. Her work generally focuses on race.