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ART 210 Overview

This interdisciplinary production and theory course will explore the use of digital media as a cogent and vital method of storytelling. Students will learn hands-on production techniques that will include digital still and video cameras and post- production editing software. Personal and social narratives are deeply embedded in the fabric of documentary filmmaking. Drawing on individual students' passions and interests, this course will focus on creating short digital narratives that shed light on and provide a voice for the untold stories found in our diverse community. Students will be encouraged to seek out individuals and organizations that need creative solutions and technical assistance in telling their digital story. This course may be used toward an advanced core certificate. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing or department consent.

  • 3.00 Credits
  • ART

Sections

Documentary Filmmaking - 2020 Fall ART210

Stritch.DescriptionLabel: This interdisciplinary production and theory course will explore the use of digital media as a cogent and vital method of storytelling. Students will learn hands-on production techniques that may include digital still and video cameras, and non-linear image and sound editing strategies. Personal and social narratives are deeply embedded in the fabric of art and film history. Drawing on individual students' passions and interests, the emphasis will be on creating short digital narratives that shed light on and provide a voice for the untold stories found in our diverse community. Students will be encouraged to seek out individuals and organizations that need creative solutions and technical assistance in telling their digital story. This course may be used toward an advanced core certificate.

Course Code:
ART 210 A

8/24/2020 - 12/13/2020

T, R 1:10 PM - 2:30 PM

Online

Tues/Thurs split

Main Campus