Photo Major 2.1: Narrative Structures
Course No. PHV 267 Credits: 3.0
Faculty Mary Jo Toles
Narrative Structures is an intensive study in visual thinking for the photography major designed to utilize the creative potentials for both single and multiple image narrative. In this course, students investigate visual narrative constructs for linear and nonlinear storytelling with both digital and film-based media. Encourages interdisciplinary experimentation to examine methods of production for traditional, digital and diverse media to communicate both idea and
process. Required for sophomore Photography majors. Offered fall.
Photography major Emma Howell '14 built a camera that prints images on handblown glass. Wired.com published this feature story on Howell's remarkable achievement.
Barry’s work can be found in the collections of The Akron Art Museum (Akron, OH), The Cleveland Museum o...more
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