CabrilloArts Scholarship Fundraisers
Proceeds from these workshops provide scholarships for Cabrillo College students to participate in the CabrilloArts 2013 summer program.
Cell phones are not just for phone calls anymore! The quality of the camera and the thousands of photography apps that are available have turned the iPhone into a real camera and a tool for taking, processing, and distributing images. This hands-on workshop will provide you with opportunities to:
Please Note: This workshop is designed only for iPhone4 and above.
Topics covered will also work for iPad and iPad mini users!
Cathy Cakebread is a photographer and high tech consultant. She has been taking photographs for as long as she can remember, starting with her Kodak Brownie, then on to a Polaroid Swinger, then a DSLR and now with her iPhone.
Robert Kato has been capturing fine art photography images for over three decades. His current imagery is created using alternative and traditional digital printmaking techniques. Presently, he works as a post- production consultant, master digital printmaker and educator.
Check out their website: http://iphonecreativity.com/
Two sessions are being offered:
Includes free lecture (see below)
|Sat||Apr 20||9 am - 1 pm||V2022||$150|
|Sat||Apr 20||2 - 6 pm||V2022||$150|
Cakebread and Kato will share why they consider the iPhone to be a casual as well as serious image-making tool today. The evening will be spent sharing projected as well as printed examples of iPhone photographs, with demonstrations highlighting the iPhone as not only an image capturing device but also as a unique form of photographic expression.
Friday, April 19
7 - 8:30 pm
Room: VAPA 1001 (Lecture Hall)
Add surface design with paint, stencils, and trims before moving on to construction. Then take what you know about piecing to a new level to re-design your clothing with insets, shaped seams and dimensional sewing--and perhaps with a combination of your handmade fabric and garments from your remake stash. Continue with the details that will define your style. Learn to make knot buttons, frog closures, cover your own cording and more!
The workshop will with be full of playful energy with a focus on growing your work inspiring your creative process.
Diane Ericson is the designer and illustrator of ReVisions, a line of creative sewing patterns and art stencils. As a contributor to Threads Magazine, Diane shares her creativity through articles on various “sewing meets art & design” techniques.
Download your student letter and map from the resources page.
|Sat & Sun||Apr 20 - 21||9 am - 5 pm||V2014||$365|
Diane will open her closet of creative, remodeled garments in a trunk show that is sure to inspire your sewing and expand your design thinking. See how easy it is to get started revis- ing & re-creating a new wardrobe that is more you! Diane will share loads of ideas, new concepts to play with and ways to create new energy in your work. This session is for the seasoned sewer or a beginner excited to stitch up a more creative future.
Friday, April 19
Room: VAPA 2014 (Lecture Hall)