Learn how to optimize and unlock the full possibilities of Adobe Photoshop. Harness the power of this incredible software program in a training sequence specifically designed for photographers. Step-by-step instruction on Photoshop includes lessons that will hone skills. Additionally, you will understand the right way to scan film, prints and negatives for editing in Photoshop. Print output is the student's responsibility; the University's Imaging Lab is available for output. A FreedomPay card is required for use of Imaging Lab services. Details regarding FreedomPay are available on page 28 or on our website at cs.uarts.edu/ce/tuition-fees.
Registration for Summer 2013 courses in Continuing Education and the Professional Institute for Educators are now online. You can also view and download our Continuing Education and Professional Institute…
Just a few weeks until our summer 2013 term begins — and there is still time to register for a class to inspire you, improve your skills, build your portfolio, prepare you for a new career and more. Continuing Education at the University of the Arts offers credit and non-credit courses, workshops and certificate programs [...]
Eat well at the Italian Market Festival! Everyone is Italian on May 18 & 19 when the nation’s oldest outdoor market will celebrate the annual Italian Market Festival.Bring the entire family to experience the Annual Procession of Saints, and to enjoy the Live Entertainment, Family Events, Crafts, and…yes… Food, Food and more Food.
The Kensington Kinetic Sculpture Derby (KKSD) is an amazing and totally unique design competition and parade of human powered vehicle floats. Enjoy this spectacle as well as a lively Arts Festival! A Kinetic Sculpture is a human-powered vehicle that also has an artistic theme. Think of parade floats on bicycles, or mummers on hand crank [...]
Continuing Education offers credit and non-credit courses, workshops and certificate programs designed to anticipate and meet the changing professional, academic and lifelong learning needs of individuals in the greater Philadelphia region.