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Intro to Illustrator with Alice Salyer

March 13 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Adobe Illustrator continuing education graphic

Date: March 13th, 2024

Time:  6 p.m.-8 p.m.


New to digital art & design? Just getting back into it? Whether you’re new to the software or just need a refresher, this class is perfect for those interested in the basic interface, tools, and common tasks in the programs.

Beef up your skills and your resume at the same time! Learn (or refresh yourself) on the basics of Adobe Illustrator, the industry standard for design and illustration professionals. Students will learn about the capabilities of this software and see the most common tools in the package as they are guided through tutorials. Illustrator is the industry standard vector-based graphic software ideal for creating scalable logos, mobile and web graphics, illustrations, product packaging, typography, signage, billboards, and more.

TICKET SALES END ON MARCH 6TH–RESERVE YOUR SEAT NOW! Don’t miss this chance to acquire a new skill! Join us for this hands-on class, taught in Create Appalachia’s computer lab by Alice Salyer of the William King Museum of Art. You’ll be able to ask questions and receive individual attention from Alice. Dip your toe (back) into the pool of Illustrator, learning about its basic tools and techniques. Students engage in tutorials, demonstrating simple approaches to the most common tools in the program.

NON-PROFITS POWER PROGRESS! Create Appalachia and William King Museum of Art are coming together to make these opportunities available to our constituents across the region. We’re better together!

Create Appalachia strives to make the Appalachian Highlands a better place to live and work by supporting innovation and entrepreneurship centered around the arts and creativity. We work to sustain an environment that will generate new businesses, provide jobs in arts-based businesses, and highlight the important role that creativity plays in the region’s economic vitality.

The Arts@Work Series supports entrepreneurial creatives and makers who wish to develop their professional business skills. Topics include introductions to business strategy, marketing, communication, pricing, and client relations. The Arts@Work professional development series is curated to meet the particular needs of small creative businesses that combine artistry, imagination, and technology.

Art Lab: WKMA’s Art Lab is a hub for learning where students, makers, educators, and the public can connect, exchange knowledge and ideas, and hone their skills. Equipped with painting, drawing, printmaking, and clay studios; a darkroom; and digital and 3D labs, it’s a space where critical thinking is engaged, curiosity is sparked, and creativity flourishes. It’s a place for examining the rich diversity of our world through the lenses of art, craft, and technology.

Digital Lab: Digital Lab, as part of William King Museum’s Art Lab, is a center for anyone in Southwest Virginia and Northeast Tennessee to access, learn and use digital tools for art, design and life. We offer a variety of digital art and design workshops for all ages and experience levels, as well as open lab time for experienced individuals, print services, and more.



March 13
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Johnson City Center for Art & Technology (JCCAT)
714 W Walnut Street
Johnson City, TN 37604 United States
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