01 Oct iPhone with James Clarke at ASLD
with James Clarke
Location: Art Students League of Denver, 200 Grant Street, Denver
Cost: $63 members; $77 non-members
Register through ASLD here
Over the course of this one-day introductory workshop, you will learn the skills to create work incorporating photographic and digital imagery on the iphone or iPad. You will learn how to allow images to present themselves by tapping into your creative process. Through practical demonstrations and images taken during the course, you will learn how to combine images in unique ways to express your vision as a photographic artist.
Using iPhone apps like Juxstaposer, Image Blender, Hipstamatic, and Scratchcam FX, learn to find the ‘magic in the mundane’ and to express your unique vision as a photographic artist. Note: An iPhone, or iPad and additional apps are required.
James Clarke received his MFA from the University of Wisconsin and went on to be a successful glass artist for over 25 years. Retired from the glass business, Clarke exchanged his blow pipes for an iPhone and quickly achieved accolades from the iPhoneographic and photography communities. His iPhoneography has been included in the 1st annual iPhoneography Miami 2012 Show; Mobile P1xels – The Art of the iPhone 2012 at the Los Angeles Center for the Digital Arts; Diverging Mediums: Photography vs. iPhoneography at the Torpedo Factory Art Center, Alexandria, VA; The Third Wave at the Garden Gate Creativity Center in Berkeley, CA and at the OutOfMyMind Gallery in Bremen, Germany hosted by Knox Bronson of Pixelsatanexhibition.com; The 2014 Mobile Photo Juried Exhibit at the MPLS Photo Center in Minneapolis, MN.
A tutorial of James Clarke’s “A Boy with his Head in the Clouds” image was included in the E-Book “Mobile Masters” by iPhoneographer/Photographer/Author – Dan Marcolina.
Clarke recently curated the “Lens as Palette” iPhoneography exhibition hosted by The international iPhoneography Group (which Clarke is a founding member) and the Colorado Photographic Arts center in Denver, CO. Clarke currently teaches iPhoneography at both the Colorado Photographic Arts Center and Boulder Valley School’s Lifelong Learning program. His work can also be seen on several major websites including P1xels.com, Pixelsatanexhibition.com, iPhoneArt.com, and Clarkeography.com.