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    Preparing for photography exhibition Lesson Plan by Dhanaraj Keezhara Sep 1, 2015 Products Photoshop Photoshop Elements Behance 1.9k 1

    In our school every year we will form a camera club , including selected teachers and students . So this assignment I am joining with Camera club members. Photography session i am not mentioning. Only photo shop session... The participants don't know about Photoshop CC we will conduct a introduction session. If we focus on particular tools , needed for photography, After completing this session, camera club members can prepare an image for photography exhibition, independently. Also they will capable for give training to upcoming new team. photo walk Behance link: https://www.behance.net/gallery/28912959/Photo-walk

    Exhibition Toolkit Digital Asset by Adobe Youth Voices Nov 7, 2014 Products Adobe Premiere Pro Premiere Clip Photoshop
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    The Exhibition Toolkit can be used as a companion to any curriculum or project, to cultivate youth engagement and creativity throughout the different steps leading up to exhibition. The resources comprised in the toolkit illustrate strategies to bring youth works to a specific audience in meaningful ways. Educators will learn how to employ various tools to guide youth artists in the process of framing their message, refining their original media pieces, and sharing the work with an audience.

    Creating Art Exhibition invites with Photoshop & Spark Post Project by Larissa Warren Jul 21, 2016 Products Photoshop Adobe Spark 581 1

    Year 12 Art students have the responsibility of exhibiting their artwork to the community. Their first task is to produce an invite that can be printed and sent electronically. Here is the example they have been given. Simple layout and collage of images were edited in photoshop and then opened in Spark Post.

    Creative challenge with Photoshop Curriculum by Jürgen Liefke Jun 24, 2018 Products Photoshop 2 0

    Sometimes teachers who've been teaching for years seem to irgnore the creative talent that kids of about 12-14 years of age because they mix up the efforts of the younger ones with their own expectations. Since I am NOT a design teacher, but a teacher for foreign languages I've been experiencing this impression among my colleagues well enough. Not many of us have the chance to see kids outside the classroom in a completely different learning environment. I am now running a Photoshop-club and have a couple of kids I teach both in English and Photoshop. The difference is striking. The same kids who get bored when the must read a text, write grammar exercises gut fully inspired when they can put on the computer and start working with Photoshop. Our curriculum will surely be like the curriculum for any Photoshop class, I am sure. What makes it special for them is that after some technical training (photography training, non-distructive work in Photoshop, basic tools (brushes and so on), layers, masks, selections and channels), - they first got a series of photos (taken from Pixabay / Pinterest) that they could choose one of in order to edit them the way they wanted applying the techniques that were avalaible to them and familiar with, - then they had to select two or more photos, decide on their own which one would fit their final result a collage (what they were not aware of when they started) - they now have a time-limit of about only 45 minutes to select images and make on image out of many. The teachers of the "traditional" art classes told me ok, they like painting and drawing sketches, but they have no real understanding or even an eye for complicated collages. Apparently it must be different in Photoshop. The kids work seperated from each other and they know that the clock is set when they start working. The only thing that is causing trouble is the fact that the euqipment (poor mice, no artpads) is giiving them a hard time. When the bell rings and the time is over they have to stop and show their "product" to the others and make a short statement on their image. This trains their ability to develop strategies in presenting things and an astetic cometence, apart from the fact that they get more self-confident about themselves when they do it. I just want them to know and tell the other kids what this image means to them and how they proceeded to get to that point so that the others might gain more ideas next time. Yet, my problem is always having an answer available when they ask what is the best image or am I better than XY ? In that case, I prefer saying : The only thing I objectively say is : How good is the technical quality (selection - masks - order of layers, etc. ) and then I would recomment saying:"I do not prefer the artistic value of any image here, but I can say this selection is perfect, the masking is perfect here and so on and forth. But as long as you are satisfied with what you've done and created everything is fine. At the end of the term all images will be printed and in a kind of exhibition all children can have a look at them in the school hall, and you can look at the reaction of the other kids in order to decide how good or bad the effect of your images on other kids is." The wonderful thing about Photoshop here is that you can start working with it very soon, you can exeriment, and can develop creative abilities and ambition. I would never say that I teach the kids to be creative, because I am convinced that creativitiy is deeply rooted in any kid, we can just have todig it and make it available for themselves and everybody else. (A wonderful footnote here is that sooner or later the same kids asked me, when will we be woking with other Adobe apps ?- The thing is that they told me that they see photos in magazines or advertisements with dfferent eyes because they now are familiar now with the basic manipulatoin techniques and want to learn more.)

    Typographic Invitation Project Project by cookie redding May 12, 2018 Products Photoshop Illustrator InDesign 3 0

    Goal:: To design a typographic invite for an opening for an upcoming art exhibit Size:: 4”x5” (vertical or horizontal, your choice) Text to include:: Regional Art Exhibition Chambersburg Area Council for the Arts 81 North Main Street, Chambersburg, PA 17201 www.councilforthearts.net April 27 - June 15 Opening Reception: Friday, April 27 5-8 PM Key Elements: :You may rearrange the type in an order that makes sense to you BUT all of the above text must be included TYPE ONLY! No photographs, photographic imagery

    Writing the Artist Statement Guide and Worksheet Digital Asset by Adobe Youth Voices Sep 10, 2014 Products Adobe Premiere Pro Photoshop Photoshop Elements
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    Crafting an artist statement, as part of exhibition and outreach efforts, culminates young people’s creative journey and furthers their development as artists. This guide and worksheet offers tips and help for developing artist statements.

    PHO 500 Senior Study Curriculum by Dr. Tarek Bahaa El Deen Sep 3, 2013 Products Acrobat Photoshop Photoshop Elements 1.0k 0

    senior course providing for independent initiation and execution of art projects, allowing for greater depth and research in the development of a personal idiom. Students execute a graduation project for a senior exhibition.

    Youth Media | Home Program

    This collection, including media produced by youth, builds on the curricula, toolkits, and stories created by the Adobe Youth Voices program.

    Dream House Project by Teri Brudnak Oct 4, 2012 Products Photoshop 2.3k 3

    This lesson came out of a visit to the exhibition Living in a Modern Way at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. In the exhibition was the original Barbie doll and her modern dream house. The sunny, optimistic attitude of the Charles and Ray Eames living room transported from their house to the museum galleries was a huge contrast to what was currently happening in the housing market.

    Analyze and Review a Real-Life Video Production Process Project by Robert Simpson Aug 4, 2010 Products Acrobat Photoshop Elements Adobe Premiere Elements 2.6k 2

    Good student video projects require plenty of time, lots of diverse skills, and compelling stories. The video, Re: Memories, was produced as a training exercise for Boston-area teachers in the Adobe Youth Voices project to practice the video production process. Collaboration, brainstorming, planning, production, editing and exhibition were compressed into a 3-day workshop. (July 13-15, 2010)

    Sources For Copyright Free Images For Students. Digital Asset by Mark Finlayson Apr 23, 2014 Products Adobe Creative Cloud Photoshop Adobe AIR
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    This has always been an issue. Our schools Copyright License allows pretty well free reign for instructional/educational purposes, but the problem comes when you want to share a work beyond the classroom, like on a website, a publicly available newsletter even a school exhibition. This article is a great resource and students can be encouraged to get into the practice of using these images rather than just grabbing anything.

    PHO 361 Photojournalism Curriculum by Dr. Tarek Bahaa El Deen Sep 3, 2013 Products Photoshop Photoshop Elements 2.3k 0

    This course provides an opportunity for the advanced photography major who is interested in pursuing a career in visual communication to deal with the skills, theory, ethics and contemporary issues of newspaper and magazine photojournalism. Students work collaboratively and individually on a semesterlong newsworthy assignment that reflects a topic relevant to current issues in the community. Students produce a complete portfolio based on the chosen topic and present the work to the community in a final exhibition. Through the investigation and visual exploration of a story pertinent to the local or regional community, students are made more aware of the link between photojournalism, the media and culture.

    Two InDesign Projects Project by Mark Finlayson Jun 27, 2014 Products Photoshop InDesign 3.5k 2

    For a current Photography unit called Retro Revisited I have decided two tasks, on practical, one theory which utilise InDesign. This should be read in conjunction with my Getting Started With InDesign activity. For the practical task the students submit their images as a booklet made in InDesign. They use 8 A4 pages. To work properly with our printing system I get them to submit their work as a PDF, which I then print and return as an 8 page stapled booklet (uses two A3 pages printed both sides and folded). This way they get hard copy and I get a digital copy for archives. I have provided the task outline that the students receive. For the theory task they produce a three fold brochure for an exhibition by a photographer of their choice who works with toy/plastic/lomo cameras. They also produce a poster for the exhibition. Again I have included the task outline, as well as a template for a threefold brochure for InDesign designed to accommodate the fact that our printers all have a 5mm non printing area all around the page.

    Digital Media Showcase - Sydney Australia Discussion by Andrew On Yi Lai Aug 9, 2015 Products Adobe Creative Cloud Adobe Premiere Pro Photoshop
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    Hello Educators! I am the event organiser for the following event held in Sydney Australia. This event would suit any educators and students interested in digital media production. It will be happening on the 21st of August 6:30pm at Homebush Boys High. I am looking to build this into a collaborative inter school showcase/contest in the coming years. "jM15 is an annual exhibition showcasing digital media work produced by Year 11 and 12 students studying Industrial Technology Multimedia at Homebush Boys High School. This is its second year in running and we are looking to continually expand our reach to the local community. This year we are proud to announce that Adobe and Canon Australia will be supporting our event! Staff, students and the general public are all welcome to attend. It is a free event but please RSVP through Eventbrite and simply bring your mobile phone with the QR code to the door on the night. Bring your friends & relatives along and enjoy a night of creative productions featuring a range of short films, animations and game design! " jm15 Digital Media Showcase Registration

    Using Adobe's Digital Publishing Suite to Create Interactive Thesis Books    Presentation by Ron Callahan Jul 27, 2011 Products Digital Publishing Solution 958 2

    The School of Visual Arts MFA Design program launched in 1998 as an alternative to traditional Master's programs that emphasize form over content. Students are encouraged to create their own content using new media and develop a thesis aimed directly for a marketplace of goods and ideas. The Thesis Launch is the program's public exhibition and the culmination of work from the MFA Design students. The thesis projects are traditionally published as a pamphlet. Now, in keeping with the latest technology, the program will publish the thesis book for the iPad®. This session will include: - Designing multiple views for tablets - Adding interactivity and multimedia directly with InDesign® - Bundling content for devices using the Adobe Digital Publishing Suite - Presentation for Thesis Launch - Distribution using iTunes and Adobe Hosting

    Digital Arts: a way Digital Asset by Dr. Tarek Bahaa El Deen Mar 31, 2013 Products Photoshop Illustrator 1.3k 1

    Digital art is a general term for a range of artistic works and practices that use digital technology as an essential part of the creative and/or presentation process. Since the 1970s, various names have been used to describe the process including computer art and multimedia art, and digital art is itself placed under the larger umbrella term new media art. I believe that the arts are not spent materials or how to implement, As far as interested in the idea and the message behind the artwork. That's what I'm trying confirmed through experiments, across the width of the initial sketches and final work after Processing it through graphic programs like Adobe Photoshop & illustrator. this project called : a way This work influenced by other work I've seen in an exhibition in Cairo in 1991

    Graduate Project (Bahwan Tourism Poster 2) Project by Dr. Tarek Bahaa El Deen Oct 30, 2013 Products Acrobat Photoshop Illustrator
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    This is part of Bahwan Tourism Campaign, which is one of student's work in Graphic Design (Print) graduate Project, under title: Tourism in Oman.Within in the print media emphasis students take this senior level studio course for the development of a final year project based upon a previously proposed topic. Emphasis is placed upon the student’s ability to define their future design interests within print media.This course is taught through a multi-faceted in-depth design project, a portfolio advising session, in class critiques, a series of juries and an end-of-year exhibition. Learning outcomesAt the completion of the course students will be able to:Plane to building a specific advertising campaign.Ability to control & management a printing project.working & understanding the relation between technique and designProducts finalization and pre-press preparation.how they can present their work & convinces the audience. grading Rubric:Using of Design PrinciplesOriginality & SimplicityVisual ImpactCampaign Design

    Graduate Project (Bahwan Tourism Poster 1) Project by Dr. Tarek Bahaa El Deen Oct 30, 2013 Products Acrobat Photoshop Illustrator
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    This is part of Bahwan Tourism Campaign, which is one of student's work in Graphic Design (Print) graduate Project, under title: Tourism in Oman.Within in the print media emphasis students take this senior level studio course for the development of a final year project based upon a previously proposed topic. Emphasis is placed upon the student’s ability to define their future design interests within print media.This course is taught through a multi-faceted in-depth design project, a portfolio advising session, in class critiques, a series of juries and an end-of-year exhibition.Learning outcomesAt the completion of the course students will be able to:Plane to building a specific advertising campaign.Ability to control & management a printing project.working & understanding the relation between technique and designProducts finalization and pre-press preparation.how they can present their work & convinces the audience.grading Rubric:Using of Design PrinciplesOriginality & SimplicityVisual ImpactCampaign Design

    Graduate Project (El Khamael Milk Poster 2) Project by Dr. Tarek Bahaa El Deen Oct 20, 2013 Products Acrobat Photoshop Illustrator
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    This is part of El Khamael Milk Campaign, which is one of student's work in Graphic Design (Print) graduate Project, under title: Made in Oman.Within in the print media emphasis students take this senior level studio course for the development of a final year project based upon a previously proposed topic. Emphasis is placed upon the student’s ability to define their future design interests within print media.This course is taught through a multi-faceted in-depth design project, a portfolio advising session, in class critiques, a series of juries and an end-of-year exhibition.Learning outcomesAt the completion of the course students will be able to:Plane to building a specific advertising campaign.Ability to control & management a printing project.working & understanding the relation between technique and designProducts finalisation and pre-press preparation.how they can present their work & convinces the audience.grading Rubric:Using of Design PrinciplesOriginality & SimplicityVisual ImpactCampaign Design

    Graduate Project (Sana Clean - Sana package) Project by Dr. Tarek Bahaa El Deen Oct 14, 2013 Products Acrobat Photoshop Illustrator
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    This is part of Sana Clean Campaign (Sana package), which is one of student's work in Graphic Design (Print) graduate Project, under title: Made in Oman.Within in the print media emphasis students take this senior level studio course for the development of a final year project based upon a previously proposed topic. Emphasis is placed upon the student’s ability to define their future design interests within print media.This course is taught through a multi-faceted in-depth design project, a portfolio advising session, in class critiques, a series of juries and an end-of-year exhibition. Learning outcomesAt the completion of the course students will be able to:Plane to building a specific advertising campaign.Ability to control & management a printing project.working & understanding the relation between technique and designProducts finalisation and pre-press preparation.how they can present their work & convinces the audience. grading Rubric:Using of Design PrinciplesOriginality & SimplicityVisual ImpactCampaign Design

    Graduate Project (Sana Clean - shirt Poster) Project by Dr. Tarek Bahaa El Deen Oct 14, 2013 Products Acrobat Photoshop Illustrator
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    This is part of Sana Clean Campaign (shirt Poster), which is one of student's work in Graphic Design (Print) graduate Project, under title: Made in Oman.Within in the print media emphasis students take this senior level studio course for the development of a final year project based upon a previously proposed topic. Emphasis is placed upon the student’s ability to define their future design interests within print media.This course is taught through a multi-faceted in-depth design project, a portfolio advising session, in class critiques, a series of juries and an end-of-year exhibition. Learning outcomesAt the completion of the course students will be able to:Plane to building a specific advertising campaign.Ability to control & management a printing project.working & understanding the relation between technique and designProducts finalisation and pre-press preparation.how they can present their work & convinces the audience. grading Rubric:Using of Design PrinciplesOriginality & SimplicityVisual ImpactCampaign Design

    Graduate Project (Sana Clean - shirt collar Poster) Project by Dr. Tarek Bahaa El Deen Oct 14, 2013 Products Acrobat Photoshop Illustrator
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    This is part of Sana Clean Campaign (shirt collar Poster), which is one of student's work in Graphic Design (Print) graduate Project, under title: Made in Oman.Within in the print media emphasis students take this senior level studio course for the development of a final year project based upon a previously proposed topic. Emphasis is placed upon the student’s ability to define their future design interests within print media.This course is taught through a multi-faceted in-depth design project, a portfolio advising session, in class critiques, a series of juries and an end-of-year exhibition. Learning outcomesAt the completion of the course students will be able to:Plane to building a specific advertising campaign.Ability to control & management a printing project.working & understanding the relation between technique and designProducts finalisation and pre-press preparation.how they can present their work & convinces the audience. Grading Rubric:Using of Design PrinciplesOriginality & SimplicityVisual ImpactCampaign Design