Creative Documentation Virtual Workshop -- Techniques of Documenting Your Artwork and Collectibles

Oct 28 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm | FREE
When you register a link to the workshop will be sent to you. Interested

This workshop takes place on October 28 at 6 pm. RSVP on Eventbrite.
This short, informal workshop is created with artists and collectors in mind who are looking for creative ways to document and share their work with minimal equipment. Participants will learn different techniques and best practices to quickly capture quality photo and video of their artwork or collectibles on their smartphones. After a review of standards of artwork documentation, the workshop will go over a basic shot list and jump into alternative documentation methods including stop motion animation, prop use and model interventions. Participants will leave the workshop with fun photo and video documentation of their work for use in websites, social media and print.

Suggested Materials for Workshop

  • smart phone
  • small 2D, small 3D and book or zine work
  • large desk, table or work area
  • positionable lights or lamps
  • Suggested: Tripod and Cell Phone attachment for tripod
  • Suggested: large white paper, posterboard, or portable light studio


Sarah Michelle Rupert is an artist, educator and cultural producer living and working in Miami, FL. Working with photography, video, collage, drawing and animation, her creative practice revolves around consumer and mass-communication culture and its beautiful, tragic and humorous interactions within contemporary life and the environment. As a cultural producer, she works collaboratively with artists and organizations to build innovative and fun projects across artistic disciplines. She is the Director of Collections at Girls' Club Collection, a private collection and nonprofit alternative art space in Fort Lauderdale. She is a founding co-director of SPF: Small Press Fair Fort Lauderdale and Tropic Bound Artist's Book Fair, and works with artists and collectives to realize ambitious projects through program and grant development.

Creative Documentation Virtual Workshop -- Techniques of Documenting Your Artwork and Collectibles