JOIN ME ~ March 10, 2015 Webinar; March 19, 2015 Providence, RI
Struggling to Get Color Right?
Do you struggle with producing color consistently—photographs don’t print as expected; logos and graphic elements don’t match from piece to piece? Do you want to learn how to use color management to get better results?
Rhode Island School of Design — March 10, 2015
This month, I’ll be presenting two talks on color management tailored specifically for graphic designers and art professionals. The first is a webinar (So anyone in the world can join me!) in partnership with Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) Alumni Association, titled Color Management for Graphic Designers & Fine Art Professionals. It takes place live on March 10, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. EST. It’s open to both the RISD community and the general public.
Art & Accurate Color Reproduction
Included, after the main presentation, will be a “bonus” discussion—developed specifically for the RISD community—on art reproduction and the process necessary to obtain accurate color when reproducing paintings and illustrations in books, gallery catalogs, in promotional materials, and as limited-edition prints.
The link for more information and to register. A recording will be made available if you can’t make the live event—but you must register to receive the recording.
AIGA Rhode Island — March 19, 2015
The second lecture, in partnership with AIGA Rhode Island chapter, will be held on March 19, 2015 6:30 p.m. EST at Rhode Island College, Providence, RI. This is an introductory discussion on color management for graphic designers titled Getting Started with Color Management—A Primer for Graphic Designers
The link for more information and to register.
For questions about either event—or if you are interested in having me present to your organization or group on color management or other digital imaging topics—I can be reached through the links on the Contact page or at 617-855-8474.