Do you appreciate art but cannot find the words to talk about it? Are there events in paintings or sculpture that you can feel but don’t know how to express?
This is a compressed, 2-credit course. Do you appreciate art but cannot find the words to talk about it? Are there events in paintings or sculpture that you can feel but don’t know how to express?
Design is about progress. It is the conceptualization and creation of new things: ideas, interactions, information, objects, typefaces, books, posters, products, places, signs, systems, services, furniture, websites, and more.
We’ll explore the exciting and emerging field of Sound Art. Did you ever wonder where sound sampling came from? This course will include a look at the impact of experimental sound on contemporary culture. Students will be exposed to a variety of historic works from such movements as Dada, Futurism, Fluxus and Video Art.
In this course, you will create original media works in a variety of forms including documentary, narrative, experimental and performance, which are inspired by your own experiences. We will primarily focus on increasing the creative depth of your projects, the ideas that inform them and the technical capabilities that are crucial to their realization.
A “must-take” for ambitious artists in any discipline. “Social Media for the Arts” provides visual and performing artists with the skills to promote their work and advance their careers in today’s competitive market.
Explore the technical and the creative principles of beginning digital photography. Students will develop their own analytical eye for framing and composing photographs as well as working with their digital camera and basic Photoshop to develop a personal workflow.
Net art became a notable branch in media art with the popularization of Internet cultures and availability of the information systems to masses. Net art today, mainly deals with network cultures.