Images and Media is dedicated to image-makers and artists keen on developing their work, partaking in important conversations in relation to how pictures form up to date culture, and constructing technical and formal skills with which to develop the possibilities of lens-based work. Photo Foundations I From the instruments, techniques and aesthetics of digital photography to using Lightroom as an organizational tool, this course lays the vital thinking expertise and practical foundations which enable college students to discover pictures as a visible language.
See also the German Dada photomontage artists Raoul Hausmann (1886-1971) and John Heartfield (Helmut Herzfeld) (1891-1968), in addition to the revolutionary but controversial camera artist and filmmaker Leni Riefenstahl (1902-2003), who was related to Nazi artwork in the type of propagandist pictorialism.
Regardless of the disappointment of Pictorialism, pictures gained in inventive standing from its new sharper-focus, due to the evocative landscape images of Edward Weston (1886-1958) and Ansel Adams (1902-eighty four), as well as the Precisionism of Charles Sheeler (1883-1965), which he explored in his famous collection of photographs of the Ford Motor Co’s River Rouge Car Plant in Michigan, and the Cubist-inspired works of Paul Strand (1890-1976).
This course makes use of scholars’ sensible and analytical abilities, whilst honing their aesthetic sensibilities, as they develop their body of High-quality Artwork images by a means of weekly critique classes, mentoring, peer feedback, self reflection and modifying.
Upon acceptance into the University and before preliminary registration, college students who want to transfer credit for art programs taken elsewhere must carry a replica of their transcripts with a GSU switch evaluation to the College of Artwork & Design undergraduate advisor in room 117 Artwork and Humanities.