Macworld Ropes in Artists to Promote Apple

The Macworld 2011 conference program will include, for the first time, special “Featured Artist” sessions taught by individuals who bring creativity to life using Apple technology and the Mac OS X add-on productivity products, according to show organizer IDG World Expo.

The Featured Artists––Kyle Lambert (digital artist), Michael Koerbel and Anna Elizabeth James (Apple of My Eye ), Joseph O. Holmes (fine art photographer) and Jonathan Mann (“Song A Day”)––have made the leap into popular culture and represent the new breed of digital artisans who are stretching the boundaries of technology for creative endeavors, says IDG.

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“From music to visual arts to movie making, technology has made the veil between everyday user and genius thin,” said Paul Kent, vice president and general manager, Macworld 2011.

“To exemplify this new reality, we scoured the country and carefully selected a group of ‘populist’ artists who are doing truly amazing things with Apple products.”

The Macworld 2011 Featured Artists program includes the following sessions:

“Digital Artwork on the Mac, iPad and iPhone,” with Kyle Lambert , visual artist, on Thursday, January 27 at 10:30 a.m. PT

” Mobile Movie Making – A New Frontier for Creating and Distributing Media,” with Michael Koerbel and Anna Elizabeth James, producers/directors at Majek Pictures, on Thursday, January 27 at 1:00 p.m. PT

“The Fine Art Photographers’ Workflow – Developing an Efficient Path to Better-looking Photos,” with Joseph O. Holmes , fine art photographer, on Friday, January 28 at 1:00 p.m. PT

“How I Write A Song A Day,” with Jonathan Mann, musician, on Saturday, January 29 at 3:00 p.m. PT

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Macworld 2011 will take place January 26–29, 2011, at Moscone Center’s West Hall in San Francisco.

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Rakesh Raman