Experiments in Digital Expression (Section I) - Fall 2020
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Melinda Hurst Frye
|DAY / TIME||Monday 1-4pm (Pacific Time) | September 28 - November 30, 2020|
|TUITION||$825 | Payment & Refund Policy|
|FORMAT||Online; this will be hosted as a live, interactive online course utilizing the Zoom platform along with Google Drive for sharing files.|
|PREREQS||Photography I: Digital; Basic computer skills required|
|CREDITS||3 – Fulfills Elective requirement for Certificate Program|
Learn how to expand and experiment outside of the straight digital capture. From collaging multiple exposures and manipulated panoramas to turning a digital camera into a pinhole or using a scanner as a camera, students will be encouraged to build on their knowledge of digital photography while exploring new techniques.
This course will examine historical and contemporary experimental photography, through viewing and demonstrating nontraditional approaches, innovations, and concepts. In this class, students will be encouraged to explore their own techniques as they are introduced to various artists and methods of experimentation using the pixel as the focal point. Through faculty-led demonstrations, hands-on presentations and discussions regarding experimental digital expression, students will have the opportunity to expand on how they generate and think about digitally based work.
Image © Melinda Hurst Frye