A collection of Writings by Alanna Risse
Contributing Writer: Austin Startups
(Remote) Austin, TX, 2016
Technology article “The Tech Gender Gap: The Lack of Women Coders and the Movement That’s Fixing It.”Read it here.
Book Author: Unofficial Guide to Photoshop CS2. This 700 page book was full of recipes for doing real world projects in Photoshop. It was published in April 2006. Here is the description from the back cover:
Photoshop CS2 may be powerful and groundbreaking image-editing software, but to use it with confidence you’ll need to know its quirks and shortcuts. Find out what the manual doesn’t always tell you in this insider’s guide to using Photoshop in the real world. How do you pick the right resolution? What are the secrets to preparing images for the Web? From working with multiple layers to understanding color management, first get the official way, then the best way from an expert.
Contributing Writer for Webmonkey.com
San Francisco, CA – July 2001 – January 2006
- Exhibition Review: Quality is Contagious: John Economaki and Bridge City Tool Works for PNCA’s Untitled Magazine. September 2013
- Exhibition Review: Soundforge at Museum of Contemporary Craft for PNCA’s Untitled Magazine
- Exhibition Review: Scott Greene and Al Farrow at Catherine Clark December 2007
- Exhibition Review: Jamie Vasta at Patricia Sweetow December 2007
- Artist Lecture:Amy Sillman at SFAI November 2007
- Exhibition Review: Libby Black at Heather Marx Gallery September 2007
- Artist Lecture: Kerry James Marshall at SFAI September 2007
- Exhibition Review: Brice Marden at SF Moma April 2007
- Exhibition Review: Alice Neel at National Museum of Women in the Arts May 2006
- Documentary Review: Womanhouse 1972
- Exhibition Review: Gottfried Helnwein at the Legion of Honor. October 2004
- Contributing Writer, Red Tricycle. I wrote articles about Coastal towns, gluten free goodies, kid friendly pubs and indoor play spaces.
- Indiegeek.com was an old music review site of mine. I started it in 1997 to learn HTML and I kept it going for a good 10 years or so.