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Lectures & Education

“On August, 19, 2010, the Contemporary Art Center of Virginia (CAC) hosted guest artist and Random House author, Scott Ligon. Scott spoke eloquently and passionately about his book, Digital Art Revolution: Creating Fine Art with Photoshop. Both his publication and talk were incredibly beneficial to our museum visitors and Studio School students. Our guests have been buzzing about his lecture incessantly and one long-time Museum Member remarked, ‘That was the best presentation I have ever seen at CAC.’”


-Ragan McManus, Director of Exhibitions and Education, Contemporary Art Center of Virginia

 

This page posts excerpts and information from the Digital Art Revolution, Creating Fine Art with Photoshop author Scott Ligon’s lectures and workshops and also posts additional materials specifically to support teachers and the education community.

If you’d like to inquire about inviting Scott Ligon to give a lecture or multimedia presentation, write to: scott@digitalartrevolution.com


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digital art revolution worksheet

Download here! This is a survey worksheet that students can use to help them begin to develop a distinctive style or voice as an artist.


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EXERCISE FILES USED IN DIGITAL ART REVOLUTION.

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Photoshop as a Tool for Personal Expression - Excerpt from Scott Ligon’s Lecture at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Cleveland.

Digital Technlogy Blurs Boundaries - Excerpt from Scott Ligon’s Lecture at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Cleveland.

Utilizing the Full Creative Potential of the Digital Platform - Excerpt from the Emmy award-winning TV show “Applause” produced by WVIZ/ PBS in Cleveland. The video shows work from several artists featured in Digital Art Revolution, Creating Fine Art with Photoshop.

Scott Ligon is the Coordinator for the Digital Foundation Curriculum at the Cleveland Institute of Art.