GGD#18 – November 24th – Green Screen Holiday Photoshoot

When: Thursday, November 24th 2011
Time: 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Where: CGA Manitoba Room, The Roblin Centre at the Exchange District Campus, 160 Princess Street,
RSVP: Facebook
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How many of us have said to ourselves: I wish I could set up a green screen in my basement so I could composite myself into my favourite Christmas movie? Well dream no more! This is the first of two hands-on workshops all about getting you into pictures! In this first we will look at what we need to set up our own basement green screen studio and how to shoot the talent (that’s you) on the cheap! We supply the Christmas-movie clip, you supply yourself and any props you would like to bring along. Be prepared to make movie magic!

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GGD#17 – October 26th – Geeky Jewelry and Board Games

When: Wednesday, October 26th, 2011
Time: 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Where: Aqua Books and Eat Bistro, 274 Garry Street
RSVP: Facebook
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Hello Ladies! We’re having a fun evening of geeky girl jewelry making so please bring anything you think could be useful from keyboard keys to lego.
We’ll also be breaking out our favorite old board games so please bring yours! Can’t wait to hang out with all you amazing women and have some fun!

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GGD#16 – September 19th – Introductions and Plans for the Year

When: Monday, September 19, 2011
Time: 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Where: Lo Pub and Bistro, 330 Kennedy Street
RSVP: Facebook
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Welcome back ladies! We have a lot of fun things planned for this year but we would love your input! Please join us at the Lo Pub and Bistro on Monday night for great conversation, a few laughs and good food.

Can’t wait to see all the friendly faces again and meet some new ladies that are entering out geekdom!

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This just in! Everyone attending this Girl Geek Dinner event will have the chance to receive a free registration for Prairie Dev Con!

There’s no Microsoft TechDays this year, but that doesn’t mean Winnipeg isn’t getting a fantastic technology conference!
Prairie Developer Conference, which has been held in Regina the last two years, is coming to Winnipeg November 21 – 22!

It features:

  •  Over 40 sessions delivered by technical experts from across Canada
  • Topics covering .NET, Mobile, Ruby, Agile, SQL Server, and more
  • An optional full day SharePoint 2010 workshop by Rob Windsor
  • The conference pricing is $349.99 through September, and groups of 3 or more get an additional $50 off each registration!

Check out www.prairiedevcon.com for more info and follow us on Twitter at @prairiedevcon!

GGD # 9 – October 12, 2010 – WordPress Workshop!

Speaker: Ashley Officer, New Media Artist
When: Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Time: 6:00 PM @ The Line Up for Dinner; 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM @ RRC for Workshop
Where: The Line Up (map)
Red River College Princess Street (map) Room A106
Attendance is free, pay for your own food and drinks. RSVP via Eventbrite or Facebook.
Door prizes sponsored by Smash-art!

The Workshop will cover the WordPress Basics. Prior knowledge of basic Photoshop and CSS is recommended but not required.

Our presenter will walk you though:

  • How to sign up for your own WordPress blog
  • How to create and publish content
  • How to configure and personalize your site for your own specific needs
  • How to upload and edit WordPress Themes
  • How to upload and configure WordPress Plugins
  • And will try to answer all your questions

We will also be starting our Girl Geek Winnipeg Blog Challenge! Woot! More information on that coming soon.

About the Presenter:

Ashley Officer graduate of Digital, Multimedia and Technology course at Red River College, earning a diploma in 2007. She has been an active part of the creative and new media community in Winnipeg for over five years. Ashley has experience launching large and small websites for clients all over Manitoba. She is also well-rounded in all other forms of design and multimedia including animation and film.
Ashley is no stranger to teaching digital media, in the summer of 2006 she coordinated and taught the Women in Media Foundation’s teen summer camp. Over 2 weeks she taught a group of 13-17 year old teenage girls plan, film and produce their own short documentaries. She now runs her own small design, media and print company called Smash-Art.