Students and faculty/staff are invited to participate in hands-on multimedia workshops on Tuesday evenings from Feb. 9 to March 29. These are offered each semester by the Media Development Center. No enrollment is needed; just stop by 213 Hale Library at the times and dates below.
- Intro to Adobe Illustrator
6-7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 9
Training on how to utilize Adobe Illustrator to create modern and aesthetically pleasing business cards. Incorporating your social media into your brand and business cards. In addition, how to effectively utilize free resources such as fonts, stock images, and graphic design freebies.
- K-State “48 Hour Film Festival” Training Workshops: Audio Production Basics
6-7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 16
- Introduction to Apple Logic Pro or GarageBand: Basics
6-7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 23
This is the first session of a two-part series that will consist of recording your voice into Logic Pro and making basic edits to the imported vocals. This session will cover every feature that Logic has to offer, starting with the very basics.
- Introduction to Adobe Photoshop
6-7 p.m. Tuesday, March 1
In this session, you’ll learn fundamental photo-editing techniques in Photoshop to bring out the best in your photos. You’ll practice cropping and straightening a photo, improving its lighting and color, removing unwanted content, adding special effects, sharpening, and saving.
- K-State “48 Hour Film Festival” Training Workshops: Video Production Basics
5-6 p.m.Tuesday, March 8
- Introduction to Apple Logic Pro or GarageBand: Intermediate
6-7 p.m. Tuesday, March 22
This is the second session of a two-part series. This session will take you through every feature that Logic has to offer, all the way through to advanced Logic Pro X techniques. This class will cover EQ settings, balancing, and exporting.
- Introduction to Adobe Premiere Pro
6-7 p.m.Tuesday, March 29
This class will show the basics of Premiere, including how to split clips, move them around, and use basic transitions. You will also learn how to add audio and title sequences.