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Create a Logo #973
Students will learn how to create a logo for a business or other creative application. Logos will be suitable for use in print collateral, silk-screen printing, and web pages. In this digital media class that focuses on vector imaging with Adobe Illustrator, students will work with various fonts and shapes to come up with an effective logo design. In addi-tion, we will talk about sending digital files to various output devices for final use. Students will need to bring paper and pencil for idea creation and a USB/flash drive to class to save work. Prerequisite: basic computer skillsClass Schedule & Tuition
Teaching Artist: Betsy Ward
Day & Duration: Fridays, 3 weeks / April 24 – May 8 / 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Location: Media Lab
Tuition: $85 ($106 nonmember)
Born to the Pacific Northwest as a fourth generation native, my work reflects my early interest in the beauty found within its landscape and the family interest in travel and art. Those impressionable experiences led me to a degree in Anthropology and another in Graphic Design. After working with various design firms, I moved into teaching graphic and web design, drawing and animation. Now, living in Hawaii, I am blending all of my experiences into creating art and design for the web and print along with fine art and illustrative works. My experience includes teaching at Spokane Falls Community College, Whitworth University, and University of Hawaii—Maui College where I am currently a lecturer.