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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

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 OF OFFER­ING: This course is offered occa­sion­ally in the fall term.
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