Opening Sunday, October 23rd, at 6:30 PM
Join Dispatch Gallery for an Art Documentation Workshop with Amy Shelton.
Join us for a night to learn the basics of documenting and editing your artwork.
Sunday, October 23rd
6:30 PM CST over Zoom
Shelton will walk you through sharpening images for the screen, lens profile correction, white balancing, the transform tool, and a light overview with masking tools, concluding with a live Q&A.
Here is the registration link for ZOOM:
Registration is free but donations are encouraged. All donations go to the artist.
Amy Shelton (they/them) is a nonbinary photographer currently living and working in Chicago, IL. Shelton holds a Bachelor’s degree in Studio Art – Design & Media Arts from Northern Illinois University. Shelton produces work on a variety of subjects, including gender, sexuality, intimacy, and photographic history, with an emphasis on social issues/change.
Shelton has exhibited at Purple Window Gallery, DeKalb’s Woman’s Center, Gallery 215, and has been published in Forbes, M.A.A.B.P. Zine, Sixty Inches from the Center, APOTH Creative, and Non-Magazine in the UK. Their current work explores the symbolism of resilience using foliage imagery in unexpected urban landscapes.
Amy often employs a documentary-style approach to tell stories about larger social issues. Shelton is a member of the Purple Window Gallery Co-Op Board, where they serve on the curatorial committee, as well as a Board Member of Dispatch Gallery. Amy works as a freelance documentarian photographer for Rubberneck Gallery, Purple Window Gallery, and Cleaner Gallery, in addition to numerous artists throughout the Chicagoland area.