Back in the April I mentioned an upcoming Graphics exhibition going on in my hometown of Orillia… well it turned into a locals only show… and then into “Graphic Language: Georgia Grieve and Orillia Graphic Design”. Here’s the link. The exhibition runs October 9th – December 6th at the Orillia Museum of Art and History. I cannot believe this is real life…
Here’s a link to the exhibition schedule at the Orillia Museum of Art and History (OMAH). I mentioned earlier in the semester a juried exhibition there to do with internet stuff, design stuff, GIF stuff, illustration stuff, happening this spring. Looks like it’s been changed a bit, it’s now “Graphic Language: Illustration, Design and the Graphic Novel” and pushed back to the fall. I’ll get in touch with my connections at the museum and find out what the deal is.
Here are some things related to things we talked about in todays class:
There are loads of time keeper apps in the app store, I think I just searched “time card” or something. Be warned “Time Card Plus” is the worst and does not work, I am using “Hours Keeper Pro” and it is excellent, there is also a free version of it, I think you get 2 tasks or ‘clients’ you can track work time for.
The coffee shop sounds app is “Coffitivity” – you can even put your own music on in the background, super cool!
The documentary about the switch from film to digital is called “Side by Side“. Keanu Reeves interviews a bunch of cinematographers, and directors about the history of film and how they feel about digital.