ARTC 4000/5820 (Fall 2014) Video Installation Art / Projection Mapping

In this ARTC 4000 / 5820 Video Installation Art / Projection Mapping course, students will create independent, experimental studio work that will be installed for ArtsXtravaganza 2014 at BGSU. Through the students' artwork, The Wolfe Center for Collaborative Arts and the Fine Arts Center will be activated by performative, interactive video installation artwork during ArtsX. It is an excellent choice for students wanting to explore experimental approaches to time-based media and build their portfolios.

Students will be encouraged to explore totally new methods of creating artworks. The course is designed to fulfill the needs of advanced undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in expanding their artistic vision, exploring new techniques in art and research, and broadening their audience. Students will create time-based public art works that address issues of site / place / space and time. In addition, students will be highly encouraged to collaborate, working together to create larger scale artworks / performances than one person could possibly achieve alone. The semester will culminate in a community event, the 10th annual Arts Xtravaganza on Saturday, December 6th, where the public can experience the final projects. Projects will be displayed both in the Wankelman Gallery as well as in public places. The ideal student is one who is interested in exploring both virtual and real three dimensional (sculptural) space through time-based artwork.


Online Syllabus



Class Vimeo Page (student work)

Projection Mapping Resources

Other Technical Resources

Film & Video Festival Links





ARTC 4000 is taught by Professor Heather Elliott-Famularo, Digital Arts Department, Bowling Green State University.