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INTDS 252 Overview

This interdisciplinary production, theory, and writing course will explore the use of digital media as a cogent and vital method of digital storytelling. Students will learn hands on production techniques that will include digital still and video/phone cameras, and non-linear image and sound editing strategies. Students will also study the key principles of interviewing and storytelling, foster communication skills, and enhance their creative acumen. Drawing on individual students’ passions and interests, 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. This semester, we will investigate the vibrant, poignant, and prolific social justice murals of Milwaukee, and study how public art intersects with social change.

  • 3.00 Credits
  • INTDS

Sections

Social Change Through Storytelling - 2022 Spring INTDS 252

This interdisciplinary production, theory, and writing course will explore the use of digital media as a cogent and vital method of digital storytelling. Students will learn hands on production techniques that will include digital still and video/phone cameras, and non-linear image and sound editing strategies. Students will also study the key principles of interviewing and storytelling, foster communication skills, and enhance their creative acumen. Drawing on individual students’ passions and interests, 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. This semester, we will investigate the vibrant, poignant, and prolific social justice murals of Milwaukee, and study how public art intersects with social change.

Course Code: INTDS 252

1/17/2022 - 5/15/2022

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

Face to Face

Main Campus

Social Change Through Storytelling - 2022 Spring INTDS 252

This interdisciplinary production, theory, and writing course will explore the use of digital media as a cogent and vital method of digital storytelling. Students will learn hands on production techniques that will include digital still and video/phone cameras, and non-linear image and sound editing strategies. Students will also study the key principles of interviewing and storytelling, foster communication skills, and enhance their creative acumen. Drawing on individual students’ passions and interests, 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. This semester, we will investigate the vibrant, poignant, and prolific social justice murals of Milwaukee, and study how public art intersects with social change.

Course Code: INTDS 252

1/17/2022 - 5/15/2022

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

Face to Face

Main Campus