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|ART214 - Interdisciplinary Computer Art|
Catalog Description: Integrates artistic pursuits (photography, drawing, painting, music, writing and/or video) into the digital realm. Students create animation, digital illustrations and photo manipulations using the computer. Prerequisite: ART209.
Lecture: 2 hrs.
Lab: 2 hrs.
Course Student Learning Outcomes (CSLOs):
Upon successful completion of the course, as documented by projects, discussion, and presentations, students will be able to:
1.Produce a minimum of three individual projects that include written visual and audio elements, documenting skills in the digital realm.
2.Select the appropriate digital media to translate ideas and to master the characteristics of digital media.
3.Demonstrate mastery in digital output as documented by examples in video, audio, film and interactive CD-ROM.
4.Explain how the method of output affects the interpretation of an individual's artistic statement.
5.Form and present a multi-disciplinary concept from varied media sources.
6.Determine the proper programs and media to accomplish design goals.
7.Output an idea in a format that is appropriate and visually cohesive, integrating elements of design.*
8.Create a narrative from visual elements.
* This course objective has been identified as a student learning outcome that must be formally assessed as part of the College's Comprehensive Assessment Plan. All faculty teaching this course must collect the required data (see Assessing Student Learning Outcomes form) and submit the required analysis and documentation at the conclusion of the semester to the Office of Assessment and Special Projects.
I. Digital Media
Students will learn how to select the appropriate digital media to translate their ideas and to master the characteristics of digital media.
Students will be able to form a multi disciplinary concept from varied media sources.
II. Digital Output
Students will master digital output using video, audio, film and interactive CD-ROM
Students will understand how the method of output affects the interpretation of an individual's artistic statement.
Students will be able to output there idea in a format that is appropriate and visually cohesive, integrating elements of design.
III. Individual projects
Written, visual and audio elements
Effective Term: Fall 2006