A concentration in Film and Video provides students with technical training coupled with a historical and critical examination of the medium. The growing world of video art, independent films, Internet shorts, and cable TV, along with an ever-expanding variety of presentation platforms has opened up a vast field for emerging artists. Personal expression, critical inquiry, and craftsmanship join to create a uniquely exciting art, whether it's on a smart device, in gallery-based installations, narrative experiments at film festivals, or community-based projects.
Requirements for the Film and Video Studio Concentration
|Course Title||Course #||Credits|
|Moving Image I||FILM 200||3|
|Moving Image II||FILM 300||3|
|Film I||FILM 210||3|
|Film and Video Studio Electives||6|
|Total Credits for the Film and Video Studio Concentration||15|
This page was last updated on 06/06/2016.