This outline is subject to change depending on the time necessary for students to demonstrate proficiency in the tools covered and to complete each successive project.

First day of class

TH, 9/8

Begin Project 1  -  due 12/08

Introductions: Review syllabus and class website

Homework A: Consider images for Project 2 (GIF self portrait)

Homework B: Read Michael Rush/Introduction to Video Art

Homework C: Send me your website URL - include your name and the name of this course

 

T, 9/13

Begin Project 2  -  due 9/22

Discussion: What is Video Art?

Screenings: Part 1, The evolution of the moving image in art - The Aspect of the Fantastic

Tutorial: Making GIF’s with Photoshop Tutorial

Workshop: Begin Project 2 GIF class portraits

  

TH, 9/15

Screenings: Dada – Abstract animation - Fluxus, Pioneers of Video Art

Workshop: Project 2 GIF class portrait

T, 9/20

Discuss: Michael Rush/Introduction to Video Art

Workshop: Project 2 GIF class portrait

TH, 9/22

Project 2 due by end of class  -  GIF Class portrait

Students MUST have a preliminary web-site up and running by the end of this class so we can have the links working on the class website. Complete and save your GIFs on Neil's flash drive.

Homework: Google the words "subvertise" and subvertisment" - and spend 30 minutes exploring images, videos and articles. Be ready to discuss your findings in class.

T, 9/27

Critique: Project 2 class portraits on class web page and check links to student websites

Discuss: "subvertise" and subvertisment"

Screenings: As a spectacle in service of media and cultural critique

Tutorial: “Video grabby” and “Final Cut” editing software

Begin Project 3  -  Appropriation and Remix, due 10/06

 

TH, 9/29

Screenings; As a spectacle in service of media and cultural critique

Tutorial:  Gif to video in Photoshop, Garageband

Workshop: Project 3

 

T, 10/4

Screenings; As a spectacle in service of media and cultural critique

Workshop: Project 3

TH, 10/6

Project 3 due must be completed and either uploaded to your website or to Youtube/Vimeo with links on your site by end of class

Workshop: Project 3

T, 10/11

Critique: Project 3, Using the class web page as a portal we will navigate to student websites and review project 3 and website progress

Screenings: Video as a sculptural medium / A means of dissecting and rewiring the body to examine human behavior

Homework: Assigned reading "Making Faces, By Michael Amy"

 

TH, 10/13

Begin Project 4  Transformation – Video as a Sculptural Medium  due 11/1 

Tutorial: Video projection tutorial "Little Monsters"

 

T, 10/18

Tutorial: Video projection techniques

Workshop: Project 4, Transformation

Discuss "Making Faces, By Michael Amy"

 

TH, 10/20

Tutorial: Sound design techniques

Workshop: Project 4, Transformation

T, 10/25

Workshop: Project 4, Transformation

TH, 10/27

Workshop: Project 4, Transformation

 

T, 11/1

Workshop: Project 4, Transformation

 

TH, 11/3

Workshop: Project 4, Transformation

T, 11/8

Project 4 Transformation due. Edited documentation must be completed and posted toYoutube/Vimeo with links on your site by end of class

Last Workshop for Project 4, Transformation

TH, 11/10

Critique Project 4

Begin:  Project 5,  Independent Projects - due 12/1

Screenings: A kind of immersive moving painting about language, music, movement, lousy flowing pictures, poetry, commotion, premonition of death, sex and friendliness

 Workshop: Project 5, Independent Projects

T, 11/15

Workshop: Project 5, Independent Projects

Screenings: As a means of Immersion

 

TH, 11/17

Workshop: Project 5, Independent Projects

T, 11/22

Workshop: Project 5, Independent Projects

 

W, 11/23

Thanksgiving recess 

 

T, 11/29

Workshop: Project 5, Independent Projects

 

TH, 12/1

Workshop: Project 5, Independent Projects

 

T, 12/6

Workshop: Project 5, Independent Projects

TH, 12/8

Project 5, Independent Project AND Project 1, Student Website Portfolio is due by end of class

Student independent projects must be complete and documentation must be published to student websites by the end of class.

 

****** In addition to documentation, students who are doing installations are encouraged to present their Final Projects so they can be "experienced" by the class. 

T, 12/13

Final Critique: Review of student websites (project 1) and web documentation for projects 2,3,4, and  5

 

W, 12/14

Fall day classes end

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