- B.A. Visual Arts
- B.F.A. Visual Arts
- B.F.A. Graphic Design and New Art Media
- M.F.A. Visual Arts
- Minor Art History
- Minor Visual Arts
- Teacher Licensure
- Lori Esposito
- Kim William Fink
- Lucy Ganje
- Suzanne Gonsalez-Smith
- Arthur F. Jones
- Joel Jonientz
- Patrick Luber
- Donald Miller
- Anita Monsebroten
- Wesley L. Smith
- Donovan Widmer
- Crystal Hui-Shu Yang
Timebased Media Course Offerings
Art 272. Timebased Media I - Time Design and Digital Media. 3 credits. Prerequisite: Art 112.
Introduction to visual study in time and motion with a focus on the principals, techniques and history of animation. This course will explore the fundamental concepts of the form and instruct in the application of computer software.
Art 380. Timebased Media II - Digital Video. 3 credits. Repeatable to 6. Prerequisites: Art 112, Art 272.
Exploration of creative processes in digital video production. Students will acquire intermediate level knowledge of digital video and audio recording, sampling, sequencing, editing, manipulation. Selected readings on the historical, critical, and technical development of video art, sound and editing techniques will be included for in-class discussions.
Art 381. Timebased Media III-Digital Compositing. 3 credits. Repeatable to 6.
Prerequisites: Art 112, Art 272, Art 380.
Students will explore the integration of graphics, animation and video design. This class will focus on the incorporation of graphics into video sequences, speed, timing and transformation of image. Studetns will become familiar with processing tools in color, size, placement modification, analysis and duplication of motion. Selected readings on the history of motion graphic art will be included for in-class discussions.
Art 383. Timebased Media IV - Digital Effects. 3 credits. Repeatable to 6. Prerequisites: Art 112, Art 272, Art 380, Art 381.
Investigation in traditional and computer generated animation. Students will explore character, experimental, stop motion, interactive, 3D computer animation and visual effects. Selected readings on technical development of digital effects in art will be included for in-class discussions.
483. Advanced Timebased Media: Alternative Presentation of Media.
3 credits, repeatable.
Prerequisites: Art 112, Art 272, Art 380, Art 381 and Art 383.
Exploration of contemporary presentation methods and concepts in Animation and time-based digital media. Emphasis on the development of personal aesthetic and conceptual development. Historical, critical, and technical readings will be included for in-class discussions.