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|ARTS 320 - VIDEO ART|
This is a studio art course in which students will learn intermediate skills with various kinds of new digital art technology that can be integrated with film, single channel video, installation, projection, and internet projects. We will see new work being created with state of the art tools while considering the philosophical and political contexts for styles, genres, and themes in contemporary practice. There will be demonstrations of several 2d, 3d, and motion image processing programs, digital cameras, and a variety of projection and multi-monitor configurations. Students will be encouraged to develop a personal project that will evolve through the semester resulting in a completed work demonstrating new skills and conceptual insights. Since this is a 300-level course, fulfilling intentions concerning craft will be especially important criteria for evaluation. This work will be exhibited toward the end of the semester in public places on campus. By also reading key texts; watching films and videos; and learning advanced production skills, students will combine experiential processing and critical analysis required to better understand and realize projects in ways that relate to contemporary practice.
0.000 TO 4.000 Credit hours
0.000 TO 4.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Studio