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|ARTS 415 - ADVANCED ART AND TECHNOLOGY|
This is a strongly recommended 400-level studio course for visual art majors that provides advanced perspectives in the historical, theoretical, and practical nature of the various media that combine in the hands of artists working with technological imaging tools from video to physical computing. Through discussions, screenings, readings, field trips, and experience, students will learn advanced techniques while creating thesis quality projects that explore the formal and expressive dimensions of diverse formats, platforms, and programs. In addition to the thesis project, students will learn about the resources available to young artists working with technological tools. There will be considerable effort to prepare graduating students for real world conditions, so there will be an emphasis on skills relating to resume writing, interview sessions, and professional responsibilities. For example, we will visit NYC galleries that specifically welcome and mostly exhibit work by young artists. Using peer review techniques, students will write a variety of letters, artist statements, and personal goal lists, as well as completing a DVD of their assignments, projects, and exercises in their flow through the Art and Technology concentration. Students are required to attend all Berrie Center gallery openings and at least one reception at a gallery of museum as part of their experiential learning. Lab Fee.
0.000 TO 4.000 Credit hours
0.000 TO 4.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Studio
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels:
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