Woburn, Massachusetts - The mark of a truly good artist is the ability to communicate an idea, a thought, or an emotion. However, you don’t have to be a “starving artist” in order to use your skills for a living.
ACI will teach Conference attendees the basics of desktop publication and the 'how do’s' to produce a Logo for their business. They'll explore design theory and applications to help create a business logo and will be provided real-world short cuts and techniques used every day. This class will provide an introduction to Adobe Illustrator and other applications used in graphics.
“I am very excited to be chosen to teach at this event. I am very passionate about this field and I think this event will give attendees a chance to jump into some training to see if this is the direction they want to take their life!” said Gabriel Fernandez, Instructor of Digital Multimedia and Gaming Design.
Does a career working in graphics or video game design sound intriguing? The Digital Media programs allow a student to showcase both technical prowess as well as creative abilities. Their students are trained to pursue careers ranging from advertising and magazine publishing to web development and gaming. Each student will build a professional and creative portfolio that features their talents as an artist.
Since 1993 American Career Institute ( www.ACI.edu) specializes in providing targeted career training programs in Maryland and Massachusetts. Their programs are designed around students who want to prepare for successful careers in the fields of Medical, Dental, Information Technology and Digital Media.
For more information and to register for the SCS 2012 Enrichment Conference, visit www.SaintCharlesSchool.us or www.ptoideas.com. Registration deadline is April 13th.
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