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01.29.16

Tech Talk 4-Rhino

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Rhino for Mac offers a compelling 3D modeling experience for designers who prefer to work in the Mac environment. It offers a balance of intuitive workflows with the accuracy needed to create models for 3D printing and laser cutting. Rhino is also great for rendering, animation, drafting, surface analysis, and more. Rhino is easy to learn even for someone with no 3D modeling experience.

 This Tech Talk will cover a few basic modeling workflows geared towards 3D printing and rendering in Rhino for Mac.

Presented by

Chris Reilly

Thursday, February 4, 2016

12:20-1:00 Ford 212

Media Center

 

01.23.16

Amy Sacksteder exhibits at Popps Packing in Hamtramck, MI

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Art Department Professor Amy Sacksteder is exhibiting recent works on paper alongside the paintings of Wayne State University Professor Adrian Hatfield at Popps Packing in Hamtramck, MI. The exhibition is entitled Chimera

01.22.16

2016 Tech Talk 3- Luna Insight

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LUNA Insight’s award winning features empower users to build, manage and share digital collections of any size.

We have three EMU Art collections-Area Public Art (local art), EMU Artists (our former grads) and Art Department Image (art historical images not found in ARTstor). Access is available to anyone using his/her My.emich account.

luna.emich.edu

Presented by Carole Pawloski

Thursday, January 28

12:30-1:00

 Ford 212 Media Center

 

01.15.16

2016 Winter Tech Talk 2- Visual Resources Library Services

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Find out which resources are available to you from the Visual Resources Library. VRL offers several items for check out, large format printing, copy stand image taking, tech talks and more!

Join us for our weekly

Thursday Tech Talk.

Presented by Jennifer Lickers

Thursday January 21, 2016

2:00-3:00pm (different time)

Ford 212 Media Center

 

 

01.13.16

2016 Winter Tech Talk- Prezi

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 The Presentation Software for when it matters:  Dr. Cam demonstrates the dynamic presentation possibilities Prezi provides.

Join us for our weekly Tech Talk.

Presented this week by
Dr. Camilla McComb
Thursday, Jan. 14, 2016
12:30 – 12:50 pm with questions after
Ford 210* special location

01.12.16

Department Website Issues

The Art Department site has be undergoing a redevelopment of its content management system. This will hopefully bring stability to the website which has been experiencing intermittent outages. Please pardon our dust as we work towards making the site fully operational once again. 

11.02.15

Event: Pop UP

A Pop Up show is happening this Saturday, November 7th at Breathe Yoga during the Women Wine and Shopping event in Chelsea MI. Bri Wickoff and Donna Prieskorn will have metal work set up from 10am until 2pm.

Chelsea, Michigan November 07-November 07. Opening Reception: 10am-2pm

10.21.15

Art Educators Present at the Michigan State Conference

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Eastern Michigan’s Art Education program was well represented at the 2015 Michigan Art Education Association Conference held in Grand Rapids October 15-18.

Invited presentations:
Kara Eggers (MAVAE): Yearlong Planning with Themes
Jenna Chynoweth (BAE): Documenting the Art Making Process: It’s Important, and Learn to Break Down a Photo to Better Understand Contrast
Dr. Cam McComb (Faculty): Engaged Assessment

Art Honors:
The MAEA art teacher exhibition curator awarded Dr. Cam McComb third place for her photograph titled: Crossroads. The exhibition was on public display at the GRAM during the conference.

10.19.15

Michigan Professors Use 3D Printing for Making Art and Educating Students

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Professors Chris Reilly and Jason Ferguson were recently featured in an article by 3dprint.com author Michelle Matisons. The article discusses the Art Department’s Digital Fabrication class and the future of art/design thinking. Read the full article here:

Michigan Professors Use 3D Printing for Making Art and Educating Students

10.19.15

Tech Talk#4-Adobe Lightroom CC

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Lightroom is photographic software designed for managing large numbers of high quality digital images. It features image-editing capabilities that are less complex and expensive than Photoshop. The database allows quick retrieval of archived customly described images. Jordan will cover this plus new built in features for HDR and Photo Merging.

Presented by
Jordan Ewert
Friday, October 23, 2015
12:30-1:00 Ford 212
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