Learn the basic and advanced techniques of iPhoneographic art from Knox Bronson, founder and curator of P1xels—The Art of the iPhone, site of record to the global iphonic art movement.
Some of Knox’s work.
Images ©2010, 2011, 2012 Knox Bronson
Due to popular demand and many, many requests over the past year or two, we are offering classes in iphonic art making. The first class, Introduction To Iphoneography, given by Knox Bronson, begins January 17, 7:00 p.m., at the lovely Garden Gate Creativity Center (formerly Giorgi Gallery, birthplace of the iphonic art movement), 2911 Claremont Ave. (at Ashby) in Berkeley. The second and third classes will be January 24 and 31, respectively.
We will be starting with the basics, like we did three years ago, with a few limited apps to focus on the art of the capture: what is in the frame. We will be learning about about preparing images for apping. There will be image assignments between classes, with group sharing and critique. We will talk much about process and workflow, organizing apps, the development of your “camera bag,” doing black and white, color, and so on. Step-by-steps on images. Common pitfalls and mistakes. A fundamental approach to the Not-camera, the development of a personal vision, and the creation of beautiful art!
Over the course of the first three classes, we will stress the importance of composition and craft as the foundation of great iphonic art.
Bring a notebook and your phones or other iOS devices. Space is limited. Call 510-612-6124 or write firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Introductory cost is $75 for three two-hour classes. To sign up for classes, please Paypal $75 to email@example.com (Tangerine Sky Interactive).