Join Regina Burchett for this one-day workshop.
Lecture in the morning- lunch break - and hands-on workshop in the afternoon. This one day event is limited to 10 participants- Register now!
February 29, 2020, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Youth Hall, Corwell Center, 2001 Selwyn Ave., Charlotte, NC
Life as an artist would be wonderful if we could simply paint and create. But at some point, we need to send our creations out into the world. That is where the other side of being an artist must be addressed.
For this workshop, some of the subjects to be reviewed are:
taking quality photos of your artwork and resizing them, especially for submission to competitions
editing your images on the computer including re-sizing and cropping
a few options for creating an art website (free or paid), and selling prints of your work online.
We will review these subjects in as much detail as time allows and explain the actions and concepts in non-geek terms.
Students are encouraged to bring their laptops to the workshop. If you have a tablet, that will work on some of the items we’ll cover, but not all. Also bring cameras or smartphones for taking photos.
We will also have handouts to assist in your notes on what we discuss in the workshop.
Lap top computer (Preferred) tablet as an option
Camera or phone
Original artwork or image of artwork
Please bring a bag lunch. Drinks and dessert will be provided.
Regina Burchett started taking computer classes over 25 years ago and has continued her studies since that time. She has worked for Dell Computer and Advanced Micro Devices, utilizing software programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Database programs, AutoCAD, computer graphics and animation, and graphics software. She has been creating websites since 1997, teaching basic computer classes since 1998 to groups and individuals, and began her artist blog in 2007. Since 2014, she has worked as an Artist Support Agent for FASO (Fine Art Studio Online), assisting artists with their websites. Her website is www.reginaburchett.com