ART 3200 Intermediate Time-Based Media and Design
This course builds on the skills introduced in ART 1200 and ART 2200 as well as ART 1050. Students will hone their video skills and design sensibility through self-designed projects with the supervision of the professor. Engagement with the surrounding community is an essential part of the course that connects student learning to the wider world. Various levels (1-4) of this studio art medium may meet together. The course requirements of each level are different.
Prerequisite(s): ART 1200 Introduction to Graphic and Web Design and ART 2200 Introduction to Video and Animation.
An introductory studio art class focusing on the creative, expressive potential of digital media with an emphasis on building a formal foundation utilizing image processing software, HTML and CSS. Projects begin by critically engaging with local visual culture. Discussions will be held on current issues surrounding digital media and field trips to local design hubs will supplement the classroom activities. Students will improve their visual literacy while becoming proficient in using a variety of tools, processes and design elements to create work with real-world applications. Students will participate directly in the campus and wider community by collaborating with university and local organizations to develop these projects that will be utilized in the community.
This course builds appreciation for time-based media in a fine art context. Students develop skills in video production and editing. They develop creative problem solving skills, including various methods of ideation and visual communication for self-expression. Engagement with the surrounding community is an essential part of the course that connects student learning to the wider world.
Archway Curriculum: Essential Connections: Discourse Instructive
Archway Curriculum: Essential Connections: Experiential Learning: Intensive
This course gives students a working comprehension of the elements and principles of design in a variety of media. Students are expected to develop a strong studio work ethic, increase creative problem-solving capabilities, and discover ways to communicate ideas visually. Students learn through making, self-reflection, and critique to develop a verbal/visual vocabulary that forms the foundation for the future study of art.