Image by resident artist: Hugh Dunford-Wood
Artists Hugh Dunford Wood and Ian Dicks will show how they use digital media in and outside the studio, and demonstrate its versatility to the artist.
They believe there is misunderstanding among many artists around this new medium, despite the much discussed iPad landscapes that Hockney has recently painted.
In five years time most artists will have a digital side to their work, much as musicians have today, and its uses and possibilities will only multiply.
Do you want to be in the vanguard of arts practice? Come and learn more.
Friday 27 April 2012, 7.30pm
Bridport Arts Centre - Tickets £5
To book call 01308 424204
If you have images you have made digitally, see how they look projecterd in the Arts Centre windows after the talk.
For more info contact firstname.lastname@example.org
In five or ten years time, most artists will be using some electronic media,
as part of their practice, just as musicians and photographers do today.
Some of you missed the talks at Little Place and at the Chelsea Arts Club.
There will be a fourth talk at the Devon Guild of Craftsmen in Bovey Tracy
on Thursday 5 July at 6.30.
Book through the Bridport Arts Centre.
See you there!
Article by resident artist Hugh Dunford Wood