Digital Lab with Justin Beckman and Renee Adams
Friday, June 2, 12:15 – 3:15pm @ Gallery One
Saturday, June 3, 10:30am – 1:00pm @ Gallery One

Let’s get digital! This is a unique opportunity to get one on one help from the pros (or at least a couple of artists who know more than you do about the computer). Bring your questions about re-sizing images, applying online, creating an e-newsletter, starting a website and more. Each “lab technician” will be available just for you in 20 minute time slots. First come, first served.

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Renee Adams
Renee is an independent artist and has worked at Gallery One for the past 10 years where she now serves as the Exhibition and Publicity Coordinator. She was a board member and founding member of PUNCH Gallery in Seattle and now serves on the board of PUNCH Projects. She is a three-time Artist Trust GAP Grant recipient and has shown her mixed media sculptures extensively in galleries across the U.S. Renee received her MFA from Central Washington University. In her free time, Renee enjoys gardening, traveling, and exploring the wilderness with boots and skis.

Justin Beckman
Justin received a BFA from Art Center College of Design in 1998 and an MFA in sculpture from Central Washington University in 2008. He enjoys a town-and-country lifestyle with a studio at Gallery One and a home in Ellensburg with his wife, Monica, and their son, Porter. In addition to being a founding member of PUNCH Gallery, a former artist-run space in the Pioneer Square area of Seattle, Beckman is also the president of PUNCH Projects, a graphic designer at Central Washington University and a partner in NW Media Group specializing in branding, design and consulting for print, web and interior spaces. Beckman has exhibited work both locally and nationally including Art Share in Los Angeles, CA; The Museum of Art in Ft. Lauderdale, FL; G.A.S.P. in Boston, MA; Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma WA; The Frye Art Museum, Seattle, WA; Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, and 3rd Ward in Brooklyn, NY. He is a past recipient of an Artist Trust Gap Grant and a 4-Culture Site-Specific Project Grant, and has work in the permanent collection at Tacoma Art Museum.