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Tom Larimer 02-25-10 08:37 AM

Russell Viers Workshop
 
Russell Viers, international Adobe certified trainer, is coming to a workshop near you for a day of low-cost, high-value training. The first such opportunity is Thursday, April 1, at the Durand Center in downtown Harrison from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The registration fee is only $20 and that includes lunch. The topics will be InDesign, PhotoShop and much more. Be watching for more such opportunities.

Lori Freeze 02-25-10 09:37 AM

Wow, no excuse for anyone in northern Arkansas to miss this one. Don't even think twice!

Tres 03-05-10 10:42 AM

Lots of early interest in Viers seminar
 
There’s been a lot of early interest in the one-day Russell Viers workshop to be held Thursday, April 1, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Durand Center in downtown Harrison.

The registration fee, at $20 per attendee, including lunch, is an amazing bargain considering the benefits gained by those participating in this presentation.

Viers, an international Adobe-certified instructor, is moving back to the U.S. later this month after an extended residency in Europe where he made presentations in a variety of locales. Always a popular presenter at APA events in the past, Viers sessions are lively, educational and entertaining. His last appearance for APA was at the SuperConvention last July in Rogers.
This is the first of what may be a series of regional sessions with Russell Viers, taking his presentations into the corners of the state and making it more convenient and less expensive for APA members to attend sessions in their respective areas.

For more information and for registration forms, go to the “Upcoming Events” section of the APA Web site at www.arkansaspress.org.


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