Art 360B — Photo & Video
Summer Quarter — MW 12:30p-3:50p
Beginning with photography, students will explore art practices that utilize the still image and moving image to reveal the conventions of time within video, performance, and the production of digital-based media. Over the course of the term, students will learn to shoot and print digital photographs, shoot and edit video while exploring research-based, conceptual art practices.
Accompanying studio work, the class will discuss short-form popular media ranging from advertising, music videos, public-service announcements, YouTube fan videos, and pirated online material to explore the intersections of representation, gender, and race in the short-form media formats that have come to dominate popular culture.
As each class period will include short lectures, discussion on text and media, and in-studio practicums based on both, as well as site-visits to local gallery and museums. Students will come away furthering their knowledge of photography and video and understand the linkages between media.