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Gladden, David

Electronic Gallery Tech, Art Department

dlgladdensalisburyedu



Courses  []

2014 Spring

  • ART 280-151 NEW MEDIA I
    An integrated and cohesive approach to new media used in contemporary production environments. Includes a field trip to a contemporary art exhibition which focuses on time-based new media art. Major Prerequisite: ART 121; no prerequisite for non-majors. Six hours per week.
  • ART 380-001 NEW MEDIA II
    An intermediate introduction to videography, video editing, sound recording, surround sound mastering, storyboarding, scripting, and motion graphics. Includes a field trip to a contemporary art exhibition which focuses on New Media Art. Prerequisite: ART 280. Six hours per week.
  • ART 480-001 ADVANCED NEW MEDIA
    Using current software, achieve advanced proficiency in videography, video editing, sound mixing, surround-sound mastering, storyboarding, scripting and motion graphics. An analytical component focuses on the use(s) of time-based media by contemporary artists. Students must attend visiting artist lectures and exhibitions designed by the Electronic Gallery. May be taken three times for a maximum of 12 credits. Prerequisite: ART 380. Six hours per week.

2014 Fall

  • ART 121-005 DESIGN PRINCIPLES
    Introduction to and development of knowledge and comprehension of the underlying principles of visual composition, through the creation of designs. Bulk supplies are provided, but students need to furnish some materials. Major Corequisite: ART 130; no corequisite for non-majors. Six hours per week. Meets General Education IIIA or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IB).
  • ART 280-001 NEW MEDIA I
    An integrated and cohesive approach to new media used in contemporary production environments. Includes a field trip to a contemporary art exhibition which focuses on time-based new media art. Major Prerequisite: ART 121; no prerequisite for non-majors. Six hours per week.
  • ART 280-151 NEW MEDIA I
    An integrated and cohesive approach to new media used in contemporary production environments. Includes a field trip to a contemporary art exhibition which focuses on time-based new media art. Major Prerequisite: ART 121; no prerequisite for non-majors. Six hours per week.
  • ART 380-151 NEW MEDIA II
    An intermediate introduction to videography, video editing, sound recording, surround sound mastering, storyboarding, scripting, and motion graphics. Includes a field trip to a contemporary art exhibition which focuses on New Media Art. Prerequisite: ART 280. Six hours per week.
  • ART 480-151 ADVANCED NEW MEDIA
    Using current software, achieve advanced proficiency in videography, video editing, sound mixing, surround-sound mastering, storyboarding, scripting and motion graphics. An analytical component focuses on the use(s) of time-based media by contemporary artists. Students must attend visiting artist lectures and exhibitions designed by the Electronic Gallery. May be taken three times for a maximum of 12 credits. Prerequisite: ART 380. Six hours per week.

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