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    • Those of us who have a habit of shooting thousands of photographs or regularly rewriting our artist statements know that our hard drives can get messy quickly. If navigating the files on your computer feels overwhelming, this workshop is for you. Over the course of three sessions, you will learn how to manage your digital files, as well as track important information about your prints, sales, and more.

      Students will walk away with the tools they need to:
      - Easily find files on your computer (like the final edit of an image or the most recent version of your artist statement)
      - Use the powerful organizational tools in Adobe Lightroom and Bridge to manage image files (and how to apply the underlying organizational principles to other programs)
      - Easily track inventory, sales, and current location of individual works of art
      - Easily track details about call for entry submissions, exhibition history, etc.
      - Record dates, edition numbers, sizes, and other crucial details about images and prints
      - Quickly reference specific details about the materials you use and where to reorder them (mat boards, print sleeves, paper, etc.)

      Whether you’re an emerging or established artist, these skills are an invaluable asset to your professional career. Let me help you get organized so that you can spend less time on these tasks and focus on what really matters- making art!

      Timeline: 2-hour weekly sessions over the course of three weeks
      Suggested Materials: External hard drive, Adobe Lightroom or Bridge
      Skill level: All skill levels (some experience with Adobe Lightroom and Mac computers recommended)

      Sunday, April 21, 28 and May 5 from 11-1 PM MT online via Zoom

      $220 for Members; find the promo code here.

      $240.00 for Non-Members

      Instructor Bio

      Kellye Eisworth is a San Francisco-based artist and consultant working with galleries and artists to manage their professional practices. She specializes in archives, digital content, and writing. She has worked with numerous artists and organizations across the country to develop exhibitions, write grant proposals, create websites, and maintain physical and digital archives. Current and past clients include Scott Nichols Gallery, Mark Sink (founder of the Denver Month of Photography), Wendi Schneider, Jim Goldberg, and the photo l.a. art fair. She also serves as an editor and managing director for the online publication Lenscratch.