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Dates: May 23 - June 17, 2022; Asynchronous Online Course
In this course students will learn how to link photographs together to tell stories. We'll cover the basics of camera operation to establish a firm technical footing, but the major focus of the course is how photographs function as devices we can use to tell stories. Not as mere illustrations for a written story, but how photographs themselves communicate. We'll build compositional skills, look at narrative vs story, think about how to use images to describe a specific place, and explore the ways to guide a viewer and shape their understanding of what a photograph might mean. This course is fully online and asynchronous.
Students will need access to a computer and some sort of camera. Any digital camera will work, from a cell phone to a high end DSLR--we're primarily working on the language of photographs, rather than the technical aspects.
Evaluation is based on a mixture of creative projects (one per week), coupled with reading, discussion, and peer feedback.
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|ARTS 001 OL1||Art Studio: Drawing||to||Tue|
|ARTS 012 OL1||Art Studio: Perspectives on Art Making||to||Tue|
|ARTS 095 OL1||Art Studio: Storytelling with Photographs||to||N/A||See Notes||3||61889|
|ARTS 121 OL1||Art Studio: Painting: Observation & Image||to||N/A||See Notes||3||61883|
|ARTS 145 OL1||Art Studio: Graphic Design||to||Mon|
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