Spring 2017 Studio Classes
Randy Morgan of Studio IX, first generation digerati and award-winning creative & educator, shares his knowledge of art, design, digital imaging and the Adobe® Creative Cloud™.
Taught with a nuts & bolts, hands-on approach, these courses are a must for anyone interested in the pursuit of creative knowledge!
Contact MICA's School for Community Education & Professional Practice at 410-225-2219 or online for more information.
Professional Development Credit Courses
JAN 31 – APR 25
Tuesdays, 6:30 – 9:45 pm
Take your Illustrator skills beyond the basics with hands-on instruction, learning more about working with paths, fills, strokes, gradients and effects. Learn about masks, blending modes and gradient meshes to create intricate shading, as well as industry-level best practices.
Spring Break: March 14th
FEB 2 – APR 27
Thursdays, 6:30 – 9:45 pm
Take your Photoshop skills to the next level learning more about layers, masks, blending modes, Smart Objects and other features to dramatically improve your images. Non-destructive editing, animation, image optimization and more will be covered to maximize your creative workflow.
Spring Break: March 16th
Professor Morgan developed the entry level course for photography majors in 2010 for the Department of Photographic Imaging at Towson University.
ART 235 Photo Imaging: Creative Workflow
JAN 30 – MAY 23
Fridays, 9:00 am – 12:50 pm
Creative Workflow introduces students to the art of photographic imaging with DSLR cameras, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and digital asset management strategies.
Spring Break: March 19–26
Finals Week: May 17–23