Digital Art

Digital Art is an artistic work or practice that uses digital technology, as an essential part of the creative or presentation process. Whether creating on a computer using a program like Photoshop, or using a mobile device and a combination of apps, digital artists are using this new tool to explore their artistic vision. Digital media are also used by traditional artists as a part of their process. Artists use their tablet as a sketchbook, or to explore different directions in an image or ideas for future images. Photographers use a digital darkroom to bring their photos to life, often incorporating textures and other elements into their traditional photographs. Curious? Come check out a meeting, class, or workshop that speaks to your artistic process and experiment!


Meetings– The Digital Art group will meet the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month at 7PM to discuss apps, demo software, individuals’ creative processes, issues, critique works and other topics of interest pertaining to the field of Digital Art. Topics may include: back-up plans, file sizes and resolution and printing of your work. This get together is open to the public and artists of all media are invited to attend.

*Upcoming Digital Art Meetings*

November 6th: “Let’s Talk About Prints” with Barbara Braman. Barbara Braman will discuss some of the ways to create a finished product that suits your vision. We can talk about printing at home and what that requires. We will also review some of the different options offered by commercial printers. Please bring your questions, and any recommendations you might have in terms of printing or printers for your digital images.


December 4th: Holiday Party & App Swap! The Digital Art group will celebrate the holidays with an app swap, party digital art style!


2019 workshops schedule will be announced soon!

Classes & Workshops– Classes and workshops will be offered during every session throughout the year. Check here to see what is being offered. Classes and workshops will be offered for all types of devices: desktop computers, laptops, tablets, mobile devices (Apple & Android). Classes & Workshops

Classes, workshops, Brown Bag Lunches (free and open to public), outings and other events will be offered during the year. Exhibition space will be explored in other venues, but members of this group will be invited to enter CCAC’s member exhibits if they are juried artists, open juried exhibits and online exhibits, if they choose to.