Ellen J. Garvens
Includes studio projects examining the expressive and conceptual uses of alternative photographic materials and techniques. May include and introduction to photography, large format, and studio lighting. Prerequisite: ART 140.
Students will learn basic wet darkroom techniques- i.e. enlarging, developing, dodging & burning. They will be introduced to exposure controls and basic camera functions. The fundamental issues of art making, conveying ideas, and the critical analysis of images will be introduced.
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
Critique, lecture, lab & demonstrations
AUTIMN, WINTER & SPRING AND SUMMER:no art or photographic background necessary
Class assignments and grading
Assignments are designed to emphasize individual and creative responses to an idea.
Quality and quantity of assigned work, as well as participation in discussions & critiques