What’s happening at CNY Arts Center?
During the next several weeks the following classes are being offered:
Jim Farfaglia, Kendra Matott and Diane Sokolowski will offer this class from 9 a.m to noon, Saturday April 12. The cost is $15.
In this whatever ART Workshop for adults, students will spend the first hour exploring writing, culinary and studio arts. Then they can choose which art to work in for the remainder of class.
Topics will include using art to inspire writing, mixing medias in visual art and Easter themed goodies in culinary.
Kendra Matott offered this class from 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, April 26. The cost is $15.
Digital Mixed Media artist Matott will provide a demonstration using Adobe Photoshop to edit and manipulate images with the software. Watch and learn as she covers topics such as image size, levels and the lasso tool, as well as demonstrate different ways to combine images using layer modes and masks.
Students will be able to watch the instructor use Photoshop and may be able to take turns trying different techniques. Great as an introduction to the program or, for the advanced user, a new perspective!
Facebook: Promotion for the Arts
This workshop will be presented by Kendra Matott from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m., Saturday, April 26. The fee is $15.
Learn step by step how to create and manage a Facebook business page. In today’s market, social networking is a must for any small business — and that includes the arts!
Whether you are an actor, painter, chef or anything in between, this workshop will teach you how to promote your trade on Facebook.
Learn how to create an interactive environment between you and your fans/clients by updating statuses, adding pictures and posting events. All skill levels are welcome, so if you already have a page or if have never used Facebook before, this workshop can help you!
Pre-registration is appreciated.
We also offer children’s classes and private lessons.
Visit our web site at www.cnyartscenter.com or call 315-592-3373 and be sure to visit Arts in the heart Gallery at 47 S. First St., Fulton.