At-Home Art Documentation Workshop
Facilitated by Natalie Hunter
October 24, 2020 from 2:00-3:30pm
Please Join us for an At-Home Art Documentation Workshop led by local artist Natalie Hunter. This workshop will take place online on Saturday October 24th, at 2:00pm on both the FMC and the Inc. Facebook Pages.
This at home art documentation workshop will teach viewers how to document their individual 2D and 3D artworks using D.I.Y. items and techniques. Facilitator Natalie Hunter will cover basic tips for documenting artwork including: file management, lighting setup, simple post production on a smartphone, and tips and tricks for documenting artwork for grants or calls for submissions.
All are welcome to attend. This workshop would benefit students taking art courses from home, recent graduates of fine arts/visual arts programs who have no longer have access to school studios, emerging artists, and artists without photography equipment.
How to attend:
The workshop will be live-streamed to both the FMC and the Inc. Facebook Pages on October 24th at 2:00pm. RVSP to the Facebook Event by clicking here for a reminder when the livestreams start. If you have any questions please email Kristina at firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch the documented workshop below:
Natalie Hunter is a Canadian artist who grew up in Hamilton, Ontario. She holds an MFA from the University of Waterloo, and a Bachelor of Art in Visual Art with a Concentration in Curatorial Studies from Brock University (First Class Standing). She has shown her work in Canada and the United States in numerous exhibitions. She is the recipient of several awards including Ontario Arts Council Visual Artists Creation Project Grants, and a Canada Council for the Arts Research and Creation Grant. Natalie Hunter lives and works in Hamilton, and teaches sessionally at the University of Waterloo.
This workshop is co-presented by Hamilton Artists Inc. and Factory Media Centre.
Our Professional Development Workshops are made possible through funding support from the Incite Foundation for the Arts and the Canada Council for the Arts.