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FILM 3313 Animation & Experimental Filmmaking (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

Students in this course will gain experiential knowledge of animation and the history of experimental film. Through lectures and screenings, visiting artists and workshops, the course is designed to encourage a dialogue between hands on production and critical discourse. Working with a range of digital, analog, and live processes (e.g. Aftereffects, DragonFrame, MadMapper) , students will explore the creative potential of these technologies to best animate an idea, inspiration or question. Students are expected to have basic digital media production skills. Drawing experience is encourage.


Schedule: Periodically

Instructor(s): Kevin Sweet

Prerequisites: None

Cross listed with:

Comments: At least one of the following: ARTS 2230 / FILM 2230 Introduction to Video Art ARTS 2276 Art and Digital Technology ARTS 2250 Introduction to Digital Design FILM 1171 Filmmaking 1 or permission of the Instructor. Preference will be given to majors in Studio Art or Film.


Last Updated: 31-Mar-16