Students in the Digital Imaging course create, manipulate and critically interpret graphic and photographic artwork. Through artmaking, readings, lectures, demonstrations, discussions, critiques and short writing exercises students explore contemporary, experimental uses of digital media. Class time consists of hands-on demonstrations in software and techniques (Photoshop and Illustrator), balanced with presentations of artist examples and discussions. Non-art students are welcome. No prerequisites necessary. Several sections of this course are offered each semester – check the current course schedule and type ART 3000 in the search box.
- See a sample course syllabus.
- Links to related professional artists discussed/referenced in this class.
- Student artwork examples below