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Continuing Education + Community Outreach

Video as Art

Course No. CEPH 310 00
Cost $325 Register Now
Sessions 8
Dates February 7 - March 28 (Wednesdays) – 6-9pm

Video is a unique art form, integrating a variety of mediums including the passage of time, performance, sound & music, interactivity, sculpture, writing, and animation. This course will bring into focus what sets it apart from conventional filmmaking. Students are challenged to think abstractly, improve their cinematography & composition, and edit, edit, edit. No experience necessary, but some familiarity with video editing software is helpful. The instructor will provide examples of contemporary video artists in lectures. There will be an emphasis on ongoing critique, with flexibility toward project development, depending on students' goals. Students must bring a digital camera with video function, and an external hard drive or flash drive. Open to students in grades 10-12.

About the instructor:

Cassandra Harner is a graduate from Indiana University with a BFA in Digital Art. Her focus in school was video and performance, working with interactive multimedia, stop motion, 3D animation, illustration, and music. After graduating in 2015, Cassandra has reintroduced illustration and graphic design into her portfolio, and works as a freelance designer. During her undergrad, she also received a BA in East Asian Studies with a minor in Linguistics, focusing on Korean and Japanese language proficiency.

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