Hybrid Approaches to Drg & Ptg: Digital Media
Course No. VAT427.1 Credits: 3.0
Emphasis is on integrating digital processes into studio practice and production. The class deals with a spectrum of digital applications in a studio practice including straight forward digital output, using digital as a means of producing source material as well as actually integrating digital processes into the production of work. Through slide presentations, viewing actual work, discussions and readings, students will be introduced to the place of the digital in contemporary studio practice. In studio production, students will use varied media and subjects, both traditional and non-traditional, to further develop their analytical and expressive means in their creative practice. Students are encouraged to draw from many disciplines incorporating them in the projects presented to the class for group critiques. Open to all Students Ð required of Print and Drawing Juniors. 3 credits.
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Jared received his B.A. from Case Western Reserve University in Psychology with minors in Music and Art Studio...more
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