ART 104 CC:TIME-BASED DIGITAL ART
A hands-on introduction to the vibrant world of recorded sounds and moving images as a medium for artistic expression and cultural awareness. In our modern life we are constantly bombarded by electronic media: from GIFs to TVs, from smartphone screens to giant LED billboards. Students will become active media makers, learning to create, manipulate, and more consciously negotiate this torrent of media. Projects range from making sound recordings of our local environment to crafting animations and audio-video mash-ups. Students will examine ways in which these new media connect to drawing, painting, architecture, film, music, and technological culture. As a ConnCourse, this class makes connections not only to the Arts, but across the liberal arts.
Students participating in the foreign language section will receive one additional credit hour, pass/not passed marking.
This course is initially open to first-year and sophomore students. It will be open to all students after first-year students have pre-registered.
Cross Listed Courses
This is the same course as AT 104
Open to first-year students and sophomores, and to others with permission of the department.
Enrollment limited to 16 students.
A5, MOIA, CC