Video Art and Time-Based Media (4 per semester/maximum of 8) A studio course concentrating on video art, new media, and experimental time based work.
ART 316 Video Art and Time-Based Media (4 per semester/maximum of 8)
(BA) This course meets the Bachelor of Arts degree requirements.
ART 316 is a studio art class that focuses on creating, authoring, exhibiting, and critically evaluating video and time-based arts. This new media course explores experimental uses of video by visual artists with an emphasis on integrating digital video into current studio practice (i.e., new media digital arts, mixed media, installation, and performance). The course will engage students in research methods to advance their skills in time-based media and to help them develop an understanding of the critical evaluation and assessment of video and time-based artworks.
This course will explore the nature and potential of digital video art making through lectures, readings, demonstrations, studio practice, and critiques. Assignments will cover a range of digital video authoring applications central to video and time-based arts production.
The course will culminate in a video art screening/exhibition of student work.
Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.