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ART 150 - History of Film & Animation

Description
Exposes the student to the rich history of temporal imagery from the invention of the zoetrope and kinetoscope through the rise of the moving picture industry and the development of the first animated films to present day television. Chronicles the impact of the moving image in the twentieth century. Discusses the design and concept of influential works as well as the relationship between these earlier forms of moving graphics and today's innovative video technology. Lecture 3 hours per week. Class Notes: 15 Week course: Students must be enrolled prior to the first class meeting and must attend at least one class by the census date or risk being administratively dropped without a refund. This course exposes the student to the rich history of temporal imagery from the invention of the zoetrope and kinetoscope through the rise of the moving picture industry and the development of the first animated films to present day television. Chronicles the impact of the moving image in the twentieth century. Discusses the design and concept of influential works as well as the relationship between these earlier forms of moving graphics and today's innovative video technology. Lecture 3 hours per week. ART 150 may be taken to fulfill the Humanities/Fine Arts elective.
Credits
3
Attributes
Class Materials Total Cost is Zero
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Recent Semesters
Spring 2021, Fall 2020, Spring 2020, Fall 2019, Spring 2019
Offered
MW, W, TuTh, Th, Tu
Avg. Class Size
24
Avg. Sections
2