Ever notice the beautiful artwork displayed in the Clark Library? The Digital Lab is photographing all the art that can be seen in the library to a Digital Collection that can be found on the Library’s Digital Collections page.
The high quality images have been produced in the Image Production Studio. This studio is open to all student access if you would also like to experiment with building your own digital collection. Stop by the Digital Lab service desk for more details.
Hello Digital Lab friends!
This week we have finalized a group photo of the staff that will be available to you here in the Digital Lab. To see who we are, take a look at our About Us page!
Digital Lab Staff
Getting well-versed in something, like a language or software program starts by taking the simple classes that launch your path to mastering. The Digital Lab here at UP is offering your chances to becoming versed in various software programs offered here in the lap for all things ranging from photography editing to film editing software. This is the Fall 2014 Workshop Series where the Digital Lab will be offering 1 hour classes specific to certain programs.
If this sounds like something you are interested in, take a browse here at the workshops that will be available, free, very shortly. Here is your chance to start your path to that professional photography studio or that career path to a Film Editor for 20th Century Fox. It is all very exciting, we can hardly wait!
See you soon!
Digital Lab Staff
Ever dreamt of becoming a director or taking part in the production of feature films?
All the greats (Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, Woody Allen, ect.) started with a hand held camera, shaky video footage and the occasional ‘why did I even think to film this?’ moments. In reality, making it in the film industry all comes down to experience, passion and ultimately exposure; and currently your backyard of Portland Or. is offering one of the best exposure opportunities for all aspiring film makers. The 38th annual Portland International Film Festival. Submission have begun and range from August 19th- November 14th. Now is YOUR moment. Submit a film!
(2014 Film Festival theme and official poster for PIFF)
And here is how the Digital Lab here at UP will help you make this dream into a reality. We offer the equipment you need to produce a professional grade film.
But the digital lab doesn’t just stop at providing the best in pre and production stages of filming. We also offer the top of the line software for all stages of post production.
We have it all and it is free for use of all UP Students. So come on in and ask us any questions you have about what we offer and how we can be of assistance to you in your next big step toward your Oscar. Just remember a little thank you in the acceptance speech, of course!
Digital Lab Staff
Here is the link to information regarding the Portland International Film Festival and submission guidelines.
Epson 7900 Wide Format Printer
The Epson Stylus Pro 7900 has arrived in the Digital Lab. This printer allows for large prints of up to 24 inches wide.
It’s excellent for learning how to make posters
and archival photographs.
Drop by the Digital Lab and ask us about it. We’d love to answer your questions.
The Digital Lab’s Workshop series for the fall of 2014 is currently open for registration.
Workshop offerings give patrons the opportunity to gain specific skills in multimedia production. All workshops are free to current students, faculty, and staff.
Learn more and register online here.
The Digital Lab will be changing its summer hours starting in June.
M – Th 9:00 a.m. – 8 p.m.
F 9:00 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sa 12:00 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Su 2:00 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Linda Kliewer, Darcelle, 1998, gelatin silver print.
Call for Artists—The Visual Chronicle of Portland: RACC is seeking works on paper—prints, drawings, paintings on paper and photographs—to purchase for the Visual Chronicle of Portland collection.
The Visual Chronicle of Portland is a collection of original works on paper that portray artists’ perceptions of what makes the city of Portland, Oregon, unique. The Chronicle is owned by the City, and since its inception in 1985, it has grown to 320 works by 190 different artists. Works are displayed in publicly accessible spaces in City of Portland and Multnomah County buildings. The collection strives to reflect a diversity of populations, artistic disciplines and points of view.
For more information visit: Regional Arts and Culture Council