Carolyn J. Bodle
Provides hands-on experience in communicative practice and the production of media. Combines production and theory.
This course will focus on the history of video art, the history of performance in video, and the explorations into video as an art form since the 60ís. Students will learn to use digital video equipment and Final Cut Pro editing software as their primary means for creating art work and will be required to develop several video pieces during the course of the quarter. Screenings, readings, and class exercises will explore the historical/theoretical underpinnings of video art as an extension of contemporary art practice.
Student learning goals
Utilize art concepts as a means of exploration, research, and representation of views and ideas.
Student work will be grounded in the history, theory, and practice of contemporary art.
Students will learn to use digital video equipment and Final Cut Pro editing software as their primary means for investigation and experimentation.
Work collaboratively and independently in conceptualizing and creating artwork.
General method of instruction
Class assignments and grading