Faculty Facebook Live - Test


Posted by The Art Institutes on Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Curiosity is fundamental to creativity. That’s why we encourage students to wonder about the world and challenge the status quo. Sometimes, though, you have real questions that demand real answers—like, how to create a visual path in an unconventional layout? Well, breathe easy, we’re here to help.

Each week, instructors from The Art Institute of Pittsburgh — Online Division will broadcast live on Facebook. It’s your opportunity to pick the brains of experts and get the answers you need to be at your best. All you have to do is check the schedule for upcoming broadcast topics and
“like” our page to follow along on Facebook. Oh, and come prepared with your best questions, of course.

Previous Broadcasts

Margaret Helthaler

Title: Faculty

Department: Media Arts & Animation

Mindful Mobile Photography

Today, carrying a smartphone means carrying a camera. Margaret Helthaler gets it. She’s here to discuss how mobile photography can be a creative part of your daily routine. Watch as she explains basic techniques, photo editing apps, and sharing options.

Jill Mott

Title: Faculty

Department: Digital Photography

From Amateur to Professional—What’s in my Lighting Kit?

Lighting can be the difference between a good shot and a perfect shot. And nobody knows this better than Jill Mott. She’ll describe what’s provided in The Art Institute of Pittsburgh - Online Division Lighting Equipment Kit and how each piece is used.

Mike Erwin

Title: Associate Professor

Department: Game Art & Design

How to Break Into the Game Industry

With several years of experience working for a gaming company, Mike knows what it takes to succeed in this exciting industry. Tune in for his take on how to break into the three hottest jobs in video game design.

Nina Stanley

Title: Faculty

Department: Game Art & Design

Improve Your Figure Drawing

Understanding anatomy is fundamental to figure drawing. Watch as Nina demonstrates how drawing from observation, studying gestures and learning basic biomechanics can bring added realism to your characters.

Is your curiosity piqued?

Well, you don’t need to wait for a broadcast to find out more about The Art Institutes, Online Programs. Take a moment to discover the creative programs and exciting opportunities available to students who pursue an online degree.

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