May 29, 2013
CIA Grad Shines in International Design Competition
May 20, 2013
2013 Student Summer Show
May 24, 2013
ArtCares: A Position of Pride
May 31, 2013
Cinematheque to Present Two Parallel Comedy Film Series
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Facebook friends: Tomorrow on Thursday, June 20 and Tuesday, June 25, filming for “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” is scheduled to take place in University Circle between Bellflower Road and Wade Oval Drive from 6am-4pm. For the latest information and to see a map of the affected areas, visit http://ow.ly/mbXGD.
May 23, 2013
Renaissance Man: Jason Tilk
Digital Photo Imaging I
Course No. FVPA301.1 Credits: 3
Faculty Mary Jo Toles
This course is an introduction to the technical and aesthetic fundamentals of digital photographic imaging. This studio course is designed for students interested in working with digital imagery for various applications. Students use the computer to modify, manipulate, and enhance photographic images. Emphasis is placed on consideration of the hardware and software tools required for successfully capturing, manipulating, and exporting images, as well as on an understanding of the technical issues involved in each step of the production process. Digital Photo Imaging I is required for Photography, Graphic Design, and Illustration. It is available as an open elective in all majors for fine art studio credit. 3 credits.expand collapse
Narrative Production I & II
Course No. ANIM412-412A
Students learn how to fully develop a narrative based concept for production. In this class, students will: 1. develop their ideas, 2. write a script based on those ideas, 3. deconstruct their script in order to fully understand their proposed piece, 4. rewrite their script, 5. produce, review and edit storyboards, and finally, 6. produce, review and edit an animatic based on their storyboards. This is a project based learning experience designed to help students develop narrative based work, and will be especially helpful for seniors doing BFA project development.
Photo: BFA Thesis & Research
Course No. PHV495M Credits: 3
Faculty Nancy McEntee
This course provides a framework for comparing photographic philosophies. Students develop critical and theoretical skills in photography by examining historical and contemporary practices with respect to image, concept, form, and process. These ideas are investigated through critical readings, writings, discussions and verbal presentations. Offered fall. 3 credits.
Course No. FVPA229/329/429 Credits: 3
Faculty Nancy McEntee
This course prepares students for careers as photographers in the advertising and magazine fields. Students will learn the inner workings of those industries and determine how they can market/promote themselves within them. Students will learn how to carry out and meet the expectations of art directors and photo editors while providing creative input of their own. Emphasis is placed on networking, negotiating and understanding contracts as well as building a professional portfolio. Field trips will be taken to local publishing companies and commercial photography studios. Assignments are designed to simulate practical work experiences. Open Elective.
The Contemporary Portrait
Course No. FVPA228/328/428 Credits: 3
Faculty Nancy McEntee
This course is an exploration of contemporary approaches to portraiture and it's relation to the historical photographic portrait. Analysis of both simple and complex photographic identities and real and invented realities are investigated. Photographic assignments, readings and discussions lead to a better understanding of the student's individual approach to the portrait and their unique relationship with the subject. Students are expected to keep a portrait journal and to produce a portfolio of finished prints. Open Elective.
The Fine Art Silver Print
Course No. FVPA270/370/470 Credits: 3
Faculty Nancy McEntee
This is an advanced level black and white silver printing class. We will investigate advanced archival printing techniques, fine art printing papers, advanced film exposure techniques, developer combinations and toning procedures to produce full tonal range darkroom prints. Medium and large format cameras will be demonstrated and utilized. Projects for this class include an in-depth self-assignment finalized in a portfolio of prints. We will also view master fine art prints at local galleries, museums and collections. Required of Sophomore Photography majors. Open Elective.
Video Basic Tools I
Video Basic Tools is a required class for Photography and TIME-Digital Arts. It is also an open elective class for fine art credit in all majors and for second year foundation students. Using the tools of video, computer graphics, audio and other electronic media, this course focuses on the design elements and thought processes inherent in effective audio/visual communications. Hands-on approach features work in videography, lighting, audio production and mixing, and video editing, as well as support activities such as scripting, research, brainstorming and storyboarding. Emphasis is placed on creative thinking and problem solving, with both group and individual projects required. This course is intended to be an introduction to a very broad area, rather than an in-depth concentration in one subject. 3 credits. An external Firewire drive is required for this class. Required of FVPA and TIME-Digital Arts majors. Electives accepted, including sophomoresexpand collapse
Visual Thinking in Contemporary Photography
In this course, photographic theories, modes and structures will be examined through the issues of narrative and aesthetics. Students will examine contemporary practices, which have emerged with respect toward photography, and hybrid digital media that transmute photographic theories, concepts, forms, and processes. The course will investigate the ways in which photography continues to affect (visual) culture and the way one perceives and understands. The work of selected photographers will provide a framework for comparing photographic philosophies. Required of Photo Majors and Open Elective. 3 credits.expand collapse
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