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June 29, 2006

Add a link

If you know of a great on line resource for artists or galleries or
building a website, please add them in the comments here.

Photoshop Tips

Please post your photoshop tips here under comments.

June 27, 2006

Image Ready Tips

Creating a slide show, short film, animation in IMAGE READY.

June 26, 2006

new media artist presentations

Please post the text for your new media artist presentation in
comment area below.

Add important links to work by the artist.

June 22, 2006

Post your responses to the NAGAS exhibit

Thursday, June 15, 2006
Field trip to: NAGAS AT THE NASH
NAGAS AT THE NASH The Katherine E. Nash Gallery is proud to present NAGAS, the North American Graduate Art Survey, a juried exhibition featuring 49 students from 30 graduate art programs throughout North America. The exhibition opens on June 13 and runs through July 14, 2006. A public reception is scheduled for Friday, June 16 from 6-8:30 pm. The idea for the exhibition was conceived by a group of graduate students in the Department of Art's graduate program at the University of Minnesota. Their intent was to organize an exhibition that represented the diversity of creative work by students in graduate art programs throughout the continent of North America. 49 artists were juried into the exhibition, which will include over 80 pieces from a variety of art mediums. Juror for NAGAS was Diane Mullin, curator at the Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art.

For this assignment we will be writing about an artwork that is currently on exhibit in the NASH gallery as part of the NAGAS exhibit. Responses will be posted on the Electronic Art class blog.

Artist sites

Resource Links

Bert Monroy – Crazy Photoshop Artist


Artist Daniel Lee

Artist Hannah Hoch

access to server from home.

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June 20, 2006

Welcome to the Arts 1601 Blog

Q. Who can write something on the blog?
A. Everybody in the class!

Q. How do I write something?
A. It’s easy!
1. Go to and click Login to your blog
2. Sign in using your Internet ID (example: hamm0268) and password.
3. Click create a new entry
4. Write or paste into the entry body (ignore options you don’t understand, and you’ll be OK)
5. Click preview. When it looks good, choose save this entry. You’re done!

Add a picture:
When you reach step 3 above, click upload file on the left. Follow the instructions on your screen.
Get help: Lots of info & tips at

June 14, 2006

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artist statement and resume