January 05, 2011
CIA Assistant Professor Scott Ligon's book about art and technology, and an accompanying video, is featured on a leading news website.
Cleveland Institute of Art Assistant Professor Scott Ligon recently published the book Digital Art Revolution: Creating Fine Art with Photoshop. Now, the top-ranking news website The Huffington Post has reviewed the book and published Ligon’s "Top Ten List" video, which speaks to the top 10 ways that digital technology is changing the world.
Read the Huffington Post article and view the video here.
A digital artist, filmmaker, and author, Ligon is the coordinator for CIA’s digital foundation curriculum. He holds an MFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art and has blended his work as a painter with a commercial career as a graphic designer and illustrator. His digital experience has also become a primary tool in his personal art-making practice. His animated short film “Escape Velocity” has played in festivals and theaters all over the world.
For more information, visit digitalartrevolution.com.
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