Monrovia’s Mt. Sierra College Hosts Free Greeting Card Photoshop Workshop

You don’t need previous experience with Photoshop to attend this workshop. – Courtesy photo

Open to the public

Mt. Sierra College will host their second annual Photoshop Workshop event, which will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 5 at 800 Royal Oaks Drive, Suite 101 (entrance located behind the water fountain).

This event is an opportunity for community members to learn how to create holiday cards using a smart phone or touch-tablet (WaCom, Huion, Ugee, Turcom, XP-Pen, or any other digital drawing tablet highly recommended). Steve Bolz, a Mt. Sierra College alumnus who is a current professor and professional photographer, will lead the complimentary workshop.

No prior experience with Photoshop is necessary to attend this event. The admissions team is happy to welcome anyone with an appetite to learn some new skills for the holiday season that is fast approaching.

This event will begin promptly at 5:30 p.m. in the Theatre located at the Mt. Sierra College campus. Guests are encouraged to take a toy or book to donate to children’s charity. Snacks and refreshments will be provided along with some holiday cheer.

For more information or to RSVP please visit the Mt Sierra College website, before Dec. 3 to reserve a spot. The admissions team will be available at the event to answer any questions regarding the programs offered at the college for any interested community members. To learn more about the programs or the event, contact the director of enrollment and marketing, Daniel Banyai by email at

November 29, 2018

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