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DANC0361

Movement and Media

Movement and Media
In this course we will take an interdisciplinary look at the dynamic relationship between the body and digital media. Students will develop skills in basic film editing, real-time software manipulation, open-source media research, project design, and collaboration. We will address design history and theories of modern media through readings and multimedia sources. Process and research papers and work-in-progress showings will document ongoing collaborations that will culminate in an informal showing at the end of the semester. This course is open to students of all artistic backgrounds who are interested in significantly expanding their creative vocabularies and boundaries to include dance. (Approval required: obtain application from Dance website and submit prior to start of registration; DANC 0261 required for dance students). 3 hrs. lect., 3 hrs. lab.
Subject:
Dance
Department:
Dance
Division:
Arts
Requirements Fulfilled:
ART
Equivalent Courses:
FMMC0361

Sections

Spring 2015

DANC0361A-S15 Lecture
DANC0361Z-S15 Lab

Spring 2014

DANC0361A-S14 Lecture (Brown)
DANC0361Z-S14 Lab (Martin)

Spring 2012

DANC0361A-S12 Lecture (Rhynard)

Spring 2010

DANC0361A-S10 Lecture (Rhynard)

Spring 2008

DANC0361A-S08 Lecture (Rhynard)

Spring 2007

DANC0361A-S07 Lecture

Spring 2006

DANC0361A-S06 Lecture (Campbell)

Spring 2004

DANC0361A-S04 Lecture (Campbell)