Class #32: Saturday & Sunday, March 23 & 24, 10am-4pm
This class will be helpful to anyone interested in using digital media as part of their artistic practice. It will encourage individuals to tailor the process their interests, and learn to create scalable graphics which are useful in many forms of digital and print output. The topics covered during the class will include learning about layers, creating with shapes, using drawing tools, type, color palettes, libraries and much more.
Kim Snyder is a photographer based in San Francisco. She focuses on personal mapping and the archeology of place in her mixed media pieces, utilizing both traditional film photography and digital layering methods. Recently, she has exhibited works at the Berkeley Art Center and Bedford Gallery in Walnut Creek. Presently, she is obtaining her MFA at San Francisco State University. Having developed excellent relationships with her artistic mentors, Kim hopes to provide similar opportunities to her students, and to encourage others to become involved with the creative process. Grounded in a strong belief that sharing understanding and craft can benefit both parties, Kim encourages students to engage with the experience of making. www.kimberlyjosnyder.com