ART 3203 - Painting: Painting Film

Description
This course investigates the potential of film as a resource for paintings. Through the study of a number of films of various genres we will attempt to discover new ways of thinking about how paintings can function. Topics relevant to both painting and film addressed in this course will include narrative, appropriation, temporality, sequence, montage, framing and scale. Although paintings are derived from a myriad of different sources, this particular investigation of film can act as a metaphor for mining the potential of other disciplines and forms of expression.
Credits
4
Attributes
CA-AAP, LA-AAP
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2018
Offered
MW
Avg. Sections
1