4.352 / 4.353
Advanced Video and Related Media

U: 4.351 or permission of instructor; G: permission of instructor
Lab Fee: 
Per-term $75 fee after Add Date; SMACT students are exempt
Limited to 12

Introduction to advanced strategies of image/sound manipulation, both technical and conceptual. Pre-production planning (storyboards, scripting), refinement of digital editing techniques, visual effects such as chroma-keying, and post-production and audio are covered. Context provided by regular viewings of contemporary video artworks and other audio-visual formats. Students work individually and in groups and develop skills in media literacy and communication.

Course meets twice per week (one class of which is a video production lab). Individual work on video projects for 6 hours per week is required. An additional assignment is required to receive graduate credit.