Digital Arts @ BGSU

ARTC3010-1: Art and Code

Time: Tu ThRoom: Wolfe Center 202Instructor: Mitchell

Course Description:

Fall, Spring, Summer. Introduction to computer programming concepts and techniques for visual artists. Focus on problem-solving, concept development and visual aesthetics. Research and application of contemporary and historical programming techniques used by artists to create works of art. Five studio hours. Prerequisite: One or more of the following with concurrent registration in the remainder: ART 1020, ART 1030, ART 1120, ARTC 2210 or consent of instructor.


BGSU School of Art