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Digital Image-Making

ARTDES 300 .2


Credit Hours: 3
Instructor(s): Burns, Seder
Schedule: MonWed 5:30p-7:45p
Modality: In-person


Fall 2021

Description: With the stunning proliferation of visual imagery we encounter every day — most of it digital –- it is imperative that artists and designers understand how these images are made, disseminated, and consumed. Using a range of digital image making tools – software and hardware – students will learn to capture, draw, paint, appropriate, collage, and produce sophisticated images that convey particular messages and evoke intended responses. Students will build on skills learned in introductory courses to gain experience with a broader range of tools and techniques in order to convey their chosen subject matter with more depth, sophistication, and impact. Textbooks will not be required, but students will need to purchase specific software and hardware tools as determined by the instructor.

Frequency: This course is offered occasionally in the fall term.