2022-2023 Academic Catalog (under review) 
    
    Jul 05, 2022  
2022-2023 Academic Catalog (under review)
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ARS 217 - Intermediate Photography: Materials Output Presentation

Course unit(s): 1
Prerequisite(s): ARS 107 Introduction to Analog Photography  or ARS 115 Introduction to Digital Photography  
In contemporary art practice, photography is mined for its ability to convey, manipulate, perform, witness, narrate, evidentiate, and transform. Photographic processes are a starting point to create works that expand traditional notions of the print. In this successive course to Introduction to Photography (Digital or Analog), students will experiment with material, output methods, and modes of presentation as unique strategies to convey their ideas. Installations, conceptual projects, projections, public-sited works, websites, video, slide shows, and artists’ books are all potential explorations for this course. Students are encouraged to embrace creative risk as they respond to conceptual challenges, exploring the possibilities of the medium and refining their craft. This is a studio-based course and will be supplemented by readings, discussion, and artist presentations. Students are required to use a camera with manual settings. If you do not have a suitable camera, there are cameras available for checkout.



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