ARTC 3440 (Fall 2010) Digital Video Art

On demand. Creative production of time-based art using digital video and effects. Emphasis on video concepts, techniques, composition, sequencing of ideas, and narrative as well as non-narrative structures. Introduction to the history of video art as an art form and experimental approaches to video art and performance. Five studio hours. Prerequisite: ARTC 2210 (or ARTC 2010) or consent of instructor.

Digital Video Art focuses on the creative production of time-based art using digital video. The course will include a look at experimental approaches to video art, performance, and video installation as well as its development as an art form from the late-60s to today. Technical instruction will focus on the use of the Final Cut Pro digital non-linear editing systems on the Macintosh.

 

 

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ARTC 3440 is taught by Professor Heather Elliott-Famularo
Digital Arts Department, Bowling Green State University.