Introductory level course designed to explore fundamentals of composition using digital photography and related support technology. Stresses the application of the elements of design and the principles of composition through traditional photographic assignments and is appropriate for non-art majors, art minors, and art majors in all tracks except photography. Instruction includes use of a digital camera and basic image manipulation programs. Students must provide their own camera. Prerequisite: ART 121 for B.A. and B.F.A. Six hours per week. Meets General Education III (Prior to Fall 2008 met General Education IB).
ART 229 PHOTOGRAPHY I (Fall 2019)
Introduction to basic elementary black and white photographic methods and darkroom procedures. Students furnish their own cameras, film, paper and developing tank. B.A. core. Major Prerequisites: ART 121, 130, 201; no prerequisites for non-majors. Six hours per week.
ART 329 ALT PROCESSES IN FILM PHOTO (Fall 2019)
Continuation of aesthetic and experimental photography. Expands lab and field processes learned in Photography I and emphasizes personal expression. Topics include filters, flash, studio and darkroom techniques, Kodalith and multiple image. Students furnish their own cameras, film, paper and filters. Prerequisite: ART 229. Six hours per week.
ART 429 STUDIO TECH & APL FILM PHOTO (Fall 2019)
Study of advanced techniques to develop a personal aesthetic, artistic and professional style. Use of 4 x 5 view cameras and other advanced techniques. Projects of photo-essay form, designed to build students’ portfolios. Students furnish their own cameras, film and paper. May be taken two times for a maximum of eight credits. Prerequisite: ART 229. Six hours per week.
IDIS 100 FRESHMAN SEMINAR (Fall 2019)
Focus on themes, issues and questions of importance in the liberal arts and sciences. Students must co-register for three General Education courses designated as part of the General Education learning community. Meets the objectives of the college orientation seminar. May be repeated once for credit. Three hours per week.