Feb 18, 2015 - Today, Wednesday February 18th, Artists Corliss Blakely and Dan Hoffman will be creating live iPad Art at the Grand Central Station Apple Store, 7-8 pm. Corliss has been painting in oils her whole life and now teaches artists how to translate their painting skills to the iPad. Dan Hoffman is another traditional artist who turned his attention to mobile devices in 2009. He will explain his detailed portraiture in stages and his methods for blending and workflow.
Jan 27, 2015 - Artist/Author/App Developer David Scott Leibowitz is hosting a live iPad Art Event at the Grand Central Station Apple Store, Wednesday January 28, 2015 7-8 pm. Leibowitz will have an hour to shoot video and photographs in Grand Central Station with his iPhone & iPad and demonstrate as many apps as time allows for creating art on Mobile Devices. People are encouraged to bring a charged iDevice to help document the event, try to keep up with David or make their own personal art based on the event.
Aug 30, 2013 - Mobile Digital Art, is the first book to detail this spontaneous worldwide movement of art created entirely on iPhones and iPads. Already available in print and Kindle, the ebook is now available directly from Apple via the iTunes Bookstore. While nothing can match the true physical connection of holding this beautiful book in one's hands, the official eBook edition of Mobile Digital Art on the iTunes digital bookshelf effectively brings the entire project around full circle.
Jun 28, 2013 - Focal Press, a division of Taylor & Francis, announces the launch of Mobile Digital Art,the first book of its kind. Published simultaneously in the US and the UK, this 350 page, 8.5 x 11 volume documents a phenomena that has sprung up simultaneously around the world, defining a movement that many believe is the birth of a new artistic medium. A myriad of inspiring and inventive apps are covered, guiding the reader through the creative process as they learn to produce original mobile digital art.
Oct 19, 2010 - 200 international artists, techies, designers, app developers and curious minds will descend on New York October 22-25, 2010 for the first annual MobileArtCon, an historic gathering devoted to the exploration of mobile digital technology and its impact on contemporary art. Co-sponsored by NYU ITP Tisch School of the Arts,and The International Association of Mobile Digital Artists, a network of artists who draw, paint, photograph and create on iPhones and iPads.
Aug 13, 2010 - The International Association of Mobile Digital Artists (iAMDA) will hold its first annual MobileArtCon at NYU ITP at the Tisch School of the Arts, October 23-24, 2010. The conference brings together international visual artists, designers, musicians and app developers to discuss art and music created on handheld touchscreen devices from a creative, technical and historical perspective. The free event features artist presentations, app demonstrations, and forums by app developers.