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ARTS 3335 Advanced Digital Design (Spring: 3 )

Course Description

The computer is one of myriad facilitators of the output of intellectual design ideas, but is by no means a creator of digital design content. This course begins with that notion and will work as a hybrid: equal parts digital skills workshop – where software skills are tested and evaluated -- and artist’s atelier – where design ideas, both articulated and ineffable, seek meaningful expression. Course content will draw from the fields of art, photography, film, graphic design, industrial design and architecture. In addition to works of two dimensions, this course will explore the translation from digital design to physical object.

Schedule: Periodically

Instructor(s): Michael Smith

Prerequisites: One of the following prerequisites required: Introduction to Digital Design (ARTS2250), or Art and Digital Technology (ARTS2276), or permission of the Instructor.

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Comments: Preference will be given to majors and minors in Studio Art.

Last Updated: 20-Oct-16