PRESENTATIONS

Advanced Imaging

Fall 2003

PRESENTATIONS

Choose one of the following topics to make a 15-minute presentation to the class:

1.     Story Telling: Examples of any artists who you think tell stories with their images or installations.  Presentation Date: Sept 9 (2)

Reaves, Jessica,

Cameron Smietana,

Anita Barnes

 

2.     Software Technique, Photoshop: Show the class some kind of technique you discovered or developed using Photoshop.  Do a demonstration as well as show examples of your work.  Presentation Date: Sept 30 , Oct  02 (2)

Nick Karlovich (wacom basics), 9/30

Andy Benson 10/02

Chandler, Alex 10/02

 

3.     Software Technique, Painter: Show the class some kind of technique you discovered or developed using Painter.  Do a demonstration as well as show examples of your work. Presentation Date: Sept 30, Oct  02

Mitchell, Patrick 9/30

Jacobs, Kevin 10/02

Dave Fuller  9/30

 

4.     Input Techniques: Demonstrate some alternative ways to input imagery into the computer.  Consider the digital camera, film scanner, flatbed scanner, web, or anything else you can think of.  Show examples of work. Presentation Dates: Oct  07, Oct  30, Nov 06

Hinkelman, Christopher 10/07

Bryan Woodard 10/30

Jeremy Aldrich 11/06

 

5.     Output Techniques: Demonstrate some alternative ways to output imagery Consider installation, printer techniques, alternative printing (image transfer), film, and projection.  Show examples of work. Presentation Dates: Oct  07, Oct  30, Nov 06

Kristin Walker 10/07

Byerly, Renee 10/30

Matt Potter 11/06

 

6.     Ideas:  Present a unique idea associated with digital imaging.  The idea could be theory or be based in work you viewed.  Examples include Copies and originals in digital imaging, technological ethos, the role of the body in digital media, etc.  You can make us read articles in preparation. Presentation Dates: Oct  07,Oct  30. Nov 06

Ellis, Jennifer 10/07

Wright, Bradley 10/30

Brian Reynard 11/06

 

Prior to your presentation date, I can help you chose a topic, give you direction, or materials.