Media-Arts-2013
Courses
Film

The film program offers students an opportunity to explore the practice, history, theory and analysis of film production and film art. The program combines extensive course options in film production techniques with an academic overview to the history and theory of film arts. The film program provides students with a broad understanding of the film production process, as well as the opportunity to develop their own projects.

Intermedia

Intermedia workshops and seminars focus on artists' use of non-traditional media such as video, sound, printed matter, installation,net art and performance. Intermedia also offers students working in any area of studio practice (including Fine Arts,Craft and Design) the opportunity to explore approaches to interdisciplinary art making through studio classes such as Language into Art, Idea and Process, and Media Landscapes.

Photography

Students may structure their studies around a program of photography courses that involves the practice and study of contemporary photography. Students who complete Foundation Photography acquire access to the darkroom and equipment services of the photography department during their enrollment at the university.

Studio CourseARTS 4000 / ARTS 4500 / ARTS 4600 / ARTS 4700

This level of independent production of art-work expects students to work toward a body of finished professional work.  Regular critical engagement with the instructor and the class is a key component.  

In order to complete registration for this course students must have met the appropriate prerequisites (ARTS 4000, Studio 1 - 9 credits of 3500 level fine or media arts courses (S) and 9 credits of Art History) and complete the "Studio Course Consent Form" for the appropriate semester signed by the Chair of Fine or Media Arts. Consent forms for Summer 2013, Fall 2013, and Winter 2014

Advanced Photography Critique CoursePHOT 4000 and PHOT 4500

This level of studio engagement expects a high degree of self-motivated work in which students will produce an independent body of work in photography.  Regular critical engagement with the instructor and the class is a key component.

In order to complete registration for this course students must have met the appropriate prerequisites (PHOT 4000, 12 credits of 3000 level Photography courses and 9 credits of Art History courses; PHOT 4500, completion in good standing of PHOT 4000), complete the consent form and obtain the signature of the Chair of Media Arts. Consent forms for Fall 2013 and Winter 2014.

Advanced Studio in Intermedia CourseMDIA 4100

This interdisciplinary studio course will require regular critical engagement with the instructor and the class.  Students are expected to work toward a body of finished professional work.

In order to complete registration for this course students must have met the appropriate prerequisites (12 credits of 3000 level Media Arts courses and 9 credits of Art History courses), complete the consent form and obtain the signature of the Chair of Media Arts. Consent forms for Fall 2013 and Winter 2014.

film-negs

Checking negatives

 
film-shoot
Filming on location