This course changes every semester because the Internet is developing and changing so rapidly. In terms of course content, every semester it does include:
(Mondays 1:30-6:30pm in-person studio course)
This year-long studio course is designed to provide skills and information that will be useful for artists who use electrical devices in their artworks.
This is a course specifically designed for Grad Students. It includes a combination of workshops in professional practice, visiting artists, presentations and critiques.
This course is an introduction to interactivity over networks (e.g. Local Area Networks, the Internet) using small programmable devices. Such devices (which include Arduino microcontrollers, Adafruit Feather Boards and Raspberry Pi computers) are used in the creation of "Smart" objects and the technological development commonly referred to as "The Internet of Things." The course provides software examples and development environments for students to write their own programs. Some experience with programming is helpful but not necessary.
This course changes every semester because the Internet is developing and changing so rapidly. In terms of course content, every semester it does include: - Introducing the Internet as a medium for artists - Learning how to craft the technology behind the Web (HTML,CSS, etc.) - Multimedia for the Internet Additionally, the course covers aesthetic, political, legal and technical issues relevent to artists' use of the Internet at the time the class is offered including installation and live events.
A new course for students with specific projects they want to develop having already taken courses in the Internet or Electronic Projects curriculum.
This course introduces students to technology and aesthetics involved in distributing video over networks, the Internet in particular. Artists in the course will create video work in a variety of formats emphasizing streaming media.
(Last offered FA05):
This is a video post-production (editing) course using Final Cut Pro and AVID systems. The editing process is completely digital, using non-linear computer software environments. As such it can also be thought of as a computer arts course. No prerequisite experience with computers is required, but some experience with video is. (Either Intro to Video, or other experience viewed as equivalent by the instructor.)