Workshops with the Masters

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Art Digital Magazine (AD MAG) and MaxEternity.com are proud to announce joint sponsorship of an exciting, new, art and education workshop series—to include lectures, visual art and product demonstrations.  This reoccurring project will afford participants access to the knowledge base and work products of a much acclaimed roster of internationally exhibited digital and new media artists; many of whom are also published authors, curators and/or educators.  View and/or download workshop flyer:  [jpeg] or [pdf].  Pdf is high resolution.  For press inquiries or additional information, contact Max Eternity at:  eternityatlanta@gmail.com

Stephen Burns
Time: 9am to 3pm
Date: November 5, 2011
Location: San Francisco Art Institute (Studio 18)

About Stephen: Author of multiple books on Adobe Photoshop.  Burns is also an annual SIGGRAPH presenter, professional photographer, digital painter, instructor, consultant and curator.

Cost: $275
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Don Relyea
Time: 9am to 3pm
Date: To Be Announced
Location: To Be Announced

About Don:  An instructor at Meadows School of the Arts at Southern Methodist University. whe he teaches 2d imaging programs like Photoshop, Gimp and Illustrator, Relyea has one of the oldest arts and humanities blogs on the internet–since 1996. Relyea has exhibited his signature videos, sound art and graphics around the world, including twice at Digital Graffiti @ Alys Beach, Florida.

Cost: $275
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Max Eternity & Andrew Reach
Time: 9am to 3pm
Date: To Be Announced
Location: Cleveland Ohio

About Max:  At the apex of art, technology and performance since 1989, Max Eternity is a well-published artist, writer and art historian–the editor and publisher to Art Digital Magazine and MaxEternity.com. He is the author of a peer-reviewed paper entitled “Collecting Digital Print”, and his artwork has been exhibited internationally.

About Andrew:  With an inter-disciplinary career that began in architecture, Reach studied at New York’s Pratt Institute of Art & Design.  Reach has worked on many notable projects, including the Frost Museum in Miami.  In the late-1990’s his career evolved in to digital art; specializing in modernist inspired large-format prints.  And though Reach suffers from a debilitating spinal disorder, he is a contributing writer to AD MAG, and his work is widely collected.

Cost: $495
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Joe Nalven
Time: 9am to 3pm
Date: To Be Announced
Location: To Be Announced

About Joe:  The co-author of Going Digital, Nalven is the director of the Digital Art Guild.  He blogs at the San Diego Times website, and his artwork is widely exhibited.  Nalven is also a noted visual arts curator and a professor of anthropology who seamlessly melds contemporary anthropologies with the arts and humanities.  (coming soon)

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Scott Ligon
Time: 9am to 3pm
Date: To Be Announced
Location: To Be Announce

About Scott:  Ligon is a digital artist and filmmaker, also being the coordinator for the digital foundation curriculum at the Cleveland Institute of Art.  He is the author of Digital Art Revolution, Creating Fine Art with Photoshop, a highly successful book currently in its second printing. His animated short film, Escape Velocity–about the connection between ADHD and creativity–has played in festivals and theaters all over the world, including screenings in Moscow, London, Toronto and San Francisco.

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ADDITIONAL WORKSHOPS COMING SOON

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