[Nov 28] Introduction to AI software in art and design

Harvestworks in partnership with the ArtSci Center offer this workshop will explore various AI-powered software tools for generative art creation like Midjourney, RunwayML, and Kaiber, and learn how they integrate with industry standards such as Adobe Photoshop. Discover the transformative potential of AI in both artistic expression and professional applications, and envision the future shaped by advancements from OpenAI and more.  

Tuesday November 28th 4 – 6 pm EST, 1 – 3 PT

Location: ONLINE – Free with Registration Register Here

After sign up, you need to register to RunwayML and Midjourney to participate in the workshop.

As we embark on a new era where technology intersects with creative expression, the AI visualizations in art represents a digital renaissance, blending precision of algorithms with imagination of artists.

The process of prompt input and interaction between artist and machine is a testimony of new artistic frontiers. 

In this workshop, participants will delve into specific AI generative art methodologies, examining the application across artistic domains. We will focus on practical skills, including crafting effective prompts to produce optimal generative artworks. Interactive sessions will provide hands-on experience, enabling attendees to develop and refine their AI-generated art pieces with precision and creativity.



This workshop is offered by Yuting Yao, recent graduate of UCLA Design Media Arts, a student of Victoria Vesna who encouraged her to further explore her passion for AI in art & educational interface design. To this end, she was recommended as an intern for Harvestworks Team Lab where she has been actively contributing her skills and knowledge.

Her Bachelor’s degree from UCLA Design Media Arts program allowed her passion for blending traditional storytelling with contemporary digital mediums to flourish. Her academic pursuits sharpened her skills in AR and VR, paving the way for her innovative approach to narrative exploration. Now based in New York City, she is investigating social interventions through immersive installation with narratives, AI and extended reality. With a focus on narrative development, Yuting endeavors to bridge the generational divide between Gen Z and earlier generations, fostering a shared understanding and appreciation for the evolving societal narrative. 

Yuting’s artistic journey is a testimony to her belief in the power of technology as a tool for social preservation and adaptation. Through her work, she creates not just visually enthralling experiences, but also platforms for dialogue, reflection, and connection across generational lines.

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