iPad Painting Demo and Talk by Lisa Cirenza
Hampstead resident Lisa Cirenza, is a painter and digital artist who has lived, worked and studied in the UK, France, the USA, and Japan. Her art is a direct result of her nomadic life in large, densely urban environments. She loves to explore the human energies that make us all connect: the humour, the sadness, the beauties, the ugliness, the struggles, and the triumphs innate to human nature regardless of where one is based. Much of her work originates as digital paintings done live on her iPad.
Please join Lisa at the museum, for a demo, and the possibility to learn how to use those digital devices for more than just phone calls and emails. You’ll never have an excuse not to sketch again, as all the tools you need, will be with you every time you have your tablet. If you have an iPad, please load it with the free App called Paper53 (and all the free tools especially “the essentials”), and bring it along so you can also try to creatively capture the world around you.
14:00 - 16:00pm, Friday 26 June 2015
There will not be time to teach you the basics of tablet use, so it will help to have some familiarity.
This event is FREE and suitable for adults and 14+