Adult Visual Art Classes

Digital Media Lab opens February 2020
Thanks to the Delavan Foundation for their grant to help fund the purchase of the equipment in this lab and our board for their support of the project and OTTC for generously providing internet access to TCFA and their sponsorship of the Digital Media Lab.
Instructor: Lindsey Glover


Lindsey Glover is a Trumansburg-based digital media artist who has worked between art and technology for over fifteen years. Her multi-media works include photography, printmaking, video and installation. Glover is a graduate of the MFA program at Cornell University, College of Architecture, Art, and Planning, where she was the recipient of the Margaret Bourke-White Photography Portfolio Prize, a juried award for a photographic portfolio, and the John Hartell Graduate Award, awarded for excellence in studio practice. She received her BFA from NYSCC at Alfred University, School of Art and Design where her interest in digital art and technology first began.

In the creation of new works, Glover has received a Saltonstall Foundation fellowship, an Experimental Projects Residency at the Institute of Electronics at Alfred University and the Ucross Foundation residency in Wyoming. She has shown her works on paper and projection installations in in Philadelphia, Providence, R.I., Portland, Ore., Jackson Hole, Wyo., and internationally in Germany and Cardiff. She brings with her ten years of experience managing a fine art digital printing lab and has held teaching appointments in visual art as a teaching assistant at Cornell University and a lecturer at Wells College.

Course Title: Adobe Lightroom Basics
Date & Time: Tuesday Feb 4 and Feb 11 – 5:30-7pm
Cost: $50 total for the two-day workshop
Number of seats available: 5

Class Description:
Do you want to tackle that camera card that has a two years’ worth of photos stored on it? Beginners have no fear! This two-day workshop is a chance to learn the basics of Adobe Lightroom for your photo organization and editing.  We will look at the fundamentals of file management and focus on the “Develop” module for making adjustments to a single file or across a group of images. Lightroom gives us the ability to preserve the original photo file while adjusting luminosity, hue and saturation, just to name a few. What does that mean? In short, mistakes can be undone! We will also cover retouching minor imperfections, sharpening images and making area-specific corrections. This workshop is designed for beginners to grasp the fundamentals of the program for photo management and intuitive editing.
Note: It is highly recommended that you have an external hard drive that does not need to be plugged into a wall electrical outlet (bus powered) for your files.
An additional two-day workshop will run on Feb 25 and March 3 from 5:30-7pm

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Click HERE to visit our online registration page or mail payment with your contact info to TCFA, PO box 1053, Trumansburg NY 14886. Please note classes fill first come first serve and registering online is the only way to guarantee your place in real time.