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ETN POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS


The Digital Weave Workshop is now full


Digital Print Workshop

Duration 2days
Tuesday 18 - Wednesday 19 September 2007
Computer Rooms 522
Course Tutors: Gina Pierce LMU

A comprehensive 2-day workshop provides a hand’s on experience of the digital print process. Our experienced tutors are able to guide you through manipulating images in ‘Photoshop’ software and outputting for a Mimaki Digital Printer. Teaching strategies are a mixture of demonstrations, presentations and discussions, along with exercises and experimentation with the help and support of tutors.

Delegates will produce their own outcome on paper and material.

A delegate pack will be given to each person attending the course.
This will include course instruction, an exercise tutorial, software and hardware specifications, contact numbers, material samples, a print credit for an A4 laser print and Metropolitan Works bureau details.

Prerequisites
• All delegates need to be computer literate
• Have some experience with software such as Adobe Photoshop.

Requirements
• Each delegate should bring either a sample of their own textile, (for example a piece of embroidery), or a drawing or a photograph of a piece of their work.
• A saving device of at least 500mgb to transfer and save files.

£100/£50 concessions (12 participants, max 2 concessions)


Digital Embroidery Workshop

Duration 1 day
Tuesday 18 September 2007
Computer Room 116
Course Tutor: Andrew Kenny

A comprehensive 1-day workshop provides a hand’s on experience of the digital embroidery process. Our experienced tutor is able to guide you through manipulating images in ‘Photoshop’ software and outputting for a Digital Embroidery machine. Teaching strategies are a mixture of demonstrations, presentations and discussions, along with exercises and experimentation with the help and support of tutor.

Delegates will produce their own outcome on paper and material.

A delegate pack will be given to each person attending the course.
This will include course instruction, an exercise tutorial, software and hardware specifications, contact numbers, material samples.

Prerequisites
• All delegates need to be computer literate

Requirements
• Each delegate should bring either a sample of their own drawing or a photograph.
• A saving device of at least 500mgb to transfer and save files.

£100/£50 concessions (12 participants, max 2 concessions)
Digital Embroidery booking form


Laser Cutting Workshop

Duration: 2 days
Date: Thursday 20 - Friday 21 September 2007
Course Tutors: Janette Harris, Paula Ashbrooke.
Rooms: 526/116

Our comprehensive 2-day workshop provides a hand’s on experience of drawing and outputting for a Universal V-460 laser. Teaching strategies are a mixture of demonstrations, presentations and discussions, along with exercises and experimentation with the help and support of tutors.

Each delegate will manipulate software to create the laser interface through set exercises and with their own images to produce their own outcome on a variety of materials provided.

A delegate pack will be given to each person attending the course.
This will include course instruction, software and hardware specifications, contact numbers, material samples and Metropolitan Works bureau details.

Prerequisites
• All delegates need to be computer literate
• Have some experience with software such as Adobe Photoshop.

Requirements
• Delegates should bring either a drawing a photograph of a piece of their work, or a Photoshop reference to a print.
• A saving device of at least 500mgb to transfer and save files

£100/£50 concessions (12 participants, max 2 concessions)


Digital Weaving Workshop

The Woven Pixel: Digital Weaving Workshop
Tutors: Bhakti Ziek / Vibeke Vestby
Duration: 4 days
Dates: 18 - 21 September 2007
Room: 633

International artists, Bhakti Ziek (co-author of "The Woven Pixel: Designing for Jacquard and Dobby Looms Using Photoshop") and Vibeke Vestby (inventor of the Thread Controller Loom) will present a workshop on digital weaving. A ready warped TC-1 will be available throughout the workshop, thanks to sponsoring from Tronrud Engineering AS.

Delegates will learn the full process of taking original designs (drawn, digital capture or created from scratch in Photoshop), manipulating them in Photoshop, translating them into a loom-ready file, and weaving them on a TC-1 Loom. Basic knowledge of Photoshop is helpful, but this workshop is open to delegates at all levels of weaving knowledge.

A delegate pack will be given to each person attending the course.
This will include an introduction to the Software Adobe Photoshop, workshop details, exercise tutorial, hardware and software contact numbers, image samples, printing credit for one A4 colour laser print.

Prerequisites
• All delegates need to be computer literate
• Have some experience with software such as Adobe Photoshop.

Requirements
• Delegates should bring digital images on CD or jump drives, drawings, photographs of imagery they would like to translate to weave, or material to scan.
• A saving device of at least 500mgb to transfer and save files

£100/£50 concessions (12 participants, max 2 concessions)

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For more information please contact: Maliha Shakoor -
m.shakoor@londonmet.ac.uk




 
 
 
 
 
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