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ART 654 - Problems in Videography

(1 to 3 units)
Tutorial on independent basis arranged with departmental tutor/advisor. Research paper, journal and final portfolio presentation required. Registration permitted only upon written request to the department which includes a statement of objectives, specific goals and scope of proposed plans.

Maximum units a student may earn: 9

Grading Basis: Graded
Offered: Every Fall and Spring

Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
1. demonstrate advanced competencies utilizing advanced digital video technologies, leading to the development of broadcast quality video.
2. develop individual projects that apply time-based media/videography using digital editing technologies for creative production in a studio setting, including advanced problem solving utilizing: digital editing software, advanced sound capture and advanced camera operations.
3. develop individual research projects that analyze contemporary practices in the areas of time-based media/video arts and social practices.
4. demonstrate a synthesis of knowledge, skills and advanced competency in video arts for projection and broadcast with the ability to apply theoretical methods to critical analysis of the time-based media/videography.
5. demonstrate advanced skills in discussion, critique and writing about their creative practice and others while building research skills in project development.


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